We have returned home from a great trip to the Child Redeemed Mission Home, Promise Primary School, and Rock View Primary School. I’ll post more in the near future about bringing forth healthy abundant water from the ground, pushing back the darkness with power, funding projects beyond the reach of whole communities, enabled many small business to start and grow, encouraged and empowered a church and evangelism teams, and showed a lot of discarded and vulnerable children and people that they are valued. My personal prayer requests were mercifully filled and we were all blessed.
Here are a few photos of the best things that happened….Thank you all for your prayers and support!
There is a lot going on at our served ministries, particularly at Promise Primary. We finished enclosing the compound in a fence for security, drilled a water well last month, currently constructing two Dormitory Buildings and a large water tank stand. Power will be wired into PPS for the first time after wiring over 1 km from town (in Uganda, you need to pay for the poles and wires). We will work to organize and complete these projects and leave the school with more class and dorm space, power, lights, and running treated water. The community will also have clean water access. There are a number of other projects at Child Redeemed Mission Home as well as just enjoying visiting those little Humans. As an engineer working in missions….this is really fun! Imagine the switch flip that ends darkness at night, and the valve turn that ends hours of work for dirty water. We will be the lucky ones to see that but give thanks to all who have supported MSM and praise to God!
Please pray for our provisions (these projects are costly) and for good weather (too much rain will be a problem).
Here are some current status photos…. Girls and Boys Dorms under construction.
Water well and tank stand with chlorinator under construction.
Adding new children to be cared for at the Child Redeemed Mission Home is such a blessing. As the kids that have grown up at CRM leave for High School and begin integrating more with their extended families, openings allow for new kids to join the CRM family. The regional Child Officer identifies vulnerable and endangered children and the staff vetts them, prays about them, and selects the children that will be cared for as family at CRM. In a tragic way, I describe the result for the children that are selected as “Winning the Kid Lottery”. Being loved, fed, kept healthy, sleep in a safe place, and sent to school….is a dream for so many kids. I wish there was room for hundreds.
Welcome to the five new CRM children to be loved and cared for. Our goal is to raise children to be healthy and productive members of their community, know how to love others, and have an opportunity to know and love our Savior Jesus Christ.
These kids are supported fully by prayers and donations to Mission Servants Ministry. Please contact us if you feel led to be more involved.
We thank God for the exciting work that He has done through us in Africa this past year. As always, I feel that I am only capable to share a miniscule amount of the Help, Hope, and Love of Jesus Christ in a tangible way that is provided…It is just a fraction and I am a fortunate one indeed that gets to see it fully first hand. An open invitation is there for you to be more involved and even join us on a trip. Please contact me with questions or ideas.
The 2022 year end report has been archived to the website and can be linked or downloaded below Thank you all for your prayers, encouragement, involvement, and support. It is an honor to work with you all and a privilege to serve this mission.
Stay tuned for news of the current Kenya mission trip and exciting things that will be happening.
The Mission Servants Ministry Christmas tradition is to have a special love offering for the kids in our homes, and for the guardian families for our older sponsored kids from Lord’s Servants Home in Kenya and Child Redeemed Mission Home in Uganda. All of the MSM sponsored kids that are living at the homes, living with guardians or at school, and are in college were reached with a Christmas gift of clothes and/or food…and chickens, or small cash. The idea is to bless the kids as well as the guardians and extended families that are also helping them. Merry Christmas all that have loved and prayed for these kids and MSM. We love you and pray for God’s peace for you.
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