“Lord, we know that sewing machines and computers have been stolen from the Youth Skills development Centre in the past. Will you please set your angels to guard the property from future harm?”
“Lord, we have prayed for the teachers. Now we ask you to bless the young people being trained, that they may value the training they are receiving, and become better equipped to find paid employment.”
Recently, we told you about two orphan families that were in desperate need of somewhere secure to live. You can read more here.
The UK Masoyi Trust has now sent money to the Project in Masoyi to enable work to start on Do.’s house. Thank you to those who have prayed, and those who have donated.
Please join us in asking God to make provision for the second family. Pr., a 15-year old girl, is particularly vulnerable.
“Thank you for for the enthusiasm and generosity of the teachers at K3: for Jefry [computing]; Dudu, First, Martha and Vuyisile [sewing]; Lydia [beading]; Clement [carpentry]; and Jane [general]. May you encourage them and strengthen their perseverance.”
“On 13 July, the Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) team, headed by Claudia and Sellinah, organized and hosted a workshop at K2 centre. This event was aimed at teaching our OVC children about the dangers of substance abuse and various other empowering and uplifting topics.
“We had guest speakers from the Department of Social Development and GRIP (Greater Rape Intervention Project). The workshop was over three hours, with ice breakers and short breaks. A hot meal was prepared and served to about 80 children who managed to attend the workshop, even though it was during the June school holidays.
“Substance Abuse topics that were covered included:
- The dangers and consequences of abusing alcohol.
- The dangers and consequences of using dagga or marijuana.
- The dangers and consequences of using tobacco.
- The dangers and consequences of using inhalants.”
“Thank you for those working in the Legogote area of Masoyi: for Dumisane [male], Omega, Dumelo and Annah. May you shine through them, bringing relief, encouragement and hope into the lives of those whom they serve.”