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No words needed … This is love….
Getting to know each other.
I can sleep in papa’s bed, yeah!!
At the vet getting her shots ….
First of all thank you all so much for the kind words and encouragements. They mean a lot to me.
It s been a good time of mourning and celebrating Tienas life. She was and still is an inspiration for all of us. We find ourselves hugging longer and talking to more people intentionally.
In the middle of this quite time ministry wise, God sent is little presents to keep our faith growing, even in the quite times. I would get messages from girls that we had met on the street, some even years ago. Saying that they were doing well and that they had left the life on the streets since the prayer, returned home and found a job…. He is faithful, all the time. I love these encouragements. Like kisses from heaven.
Now it’s back to business. We are starting another camp on the 14 th of September till the 24th. A girl from our last camp is so enthousiastic about her life change, that she wants to work with dignity. She identified 15 girls for us and will be staying with them at breakthrough the ten days of the camp. She will also shadow the working on fire leader to learn from her. I am so proud of her. She is a real leader and enjoys serving.
A busy time ahead, but only for a while ….
Ze hebben mijn applicatie om ontwikkelings werk te verichten in het Panzi hospitaal in Bukavu, DRC aanvaard!! Joepie !! 3 weken naar Bukavu en dan terug naar Zuid Afrika
They accepted my application to go volunteer as a physiotherapist at Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, Congo. Yeah!! 3 weeks to Bukavu, then back to South Africa.
nous serons très heureux de vous recevoir à l’ hôpital de Panzi pour
beneficier de votre expertise (essentiellement dans la rééducation
pelvienne) et améliorer les services que nous offrons aux patientes.
Le besoin est grand car en plus de la moyenne de 300 accouchements par
mois, l’hôpital de Panzi est spécialisé dans la reconstruction des
organes génitaux externes de la femme,ma réparation des fistules
uro-génitaux ainsi que la reduction des prolapsus génitaux.
Soyez la bienvenue dans notre belle région et merci pour votre
contribution à la prise en charge de la femme congolaise.
Our little surprise is one and a half years old now. It has been a challenging time. Mum only 18 years old, not finished school, living far from home, no work and no friends around, life is not easy. Making good decisions is hard when you haven’t been taught to do so. If you have lived your life just ‘surviving today’, you can only think about today. The future is a non existing event. Surviving like this during hardship is a wonderful thing. But to limit your life to simply surviving is not what God wants for us. He wants us to thrive and live happy. We can cast our worries on to Him, His plans for us are good and full of hope, He wants us to prosper. Like always in the Kingdom, where things ‘are right side up’, thriving does not come by struggling. It comes by doing the opposite of surviving. It comes by laying it all at His feet. That is a very difficult thing to do. Trusting Him and knowing that, in Him I am seated in heavenly realms, I am adopted in His family, a son of the King, blessed beyond what I can imagine. When you grow up in an area where poverty is all around, that means there is a constant knock on the door from other people needing help when you can’t even make ends meet yourself. It’s hard to receive help when it comes by. Recognizing good from bad help is very difficult without this revelation of Son-ship. So when you have to make a decision that will burn your bridges for the future but it will get you what you need today, you will make that bad decision. She has a lot to learn, about life and about being a child of God. She has sold/ given away all the things we had put in the safe house. She has made some really bad decisions about men. But step by step she is growing up, her mind is growing, like they say here.
Now I just received some wonderful news. One of our mamas from the childrens village took her to her home a few weeks ago when she was visiting her family. Mpumelelo has found a job there; helping in the household and most importantly she is living in a family. I hope and pray she takes this chance with both hands and will finally feel accepted and loved by the body of Christ.