Have you ever noticed the hundreds of people who pay money to run a race, climb a mountain or just push their limit of endurance in some way? Then there are the people that reach out to strangers to help them finish their race? Not just to finish first but to pursue teamwork as a model of living out their faith in Jesus. That's exactly how Edwin and I feel with what's happening with the race we're experiencing at our Home of Angels. Many of you are those people who are reaching out to help complete strangers and there is not enough words to express our "Thanks". Those of you who sponsor the children; donations to help us provide a home and schools for them. To build a medical clinic that is also helping the sick in our community, and our biggest dream, a church. This dream will soon be fulfilled.
We've started a self-sustainability program where each child will leave HOA with a trade. Our children phasing out next year at 18-years-old have been offered a theology course at YWAM in order that they can come back to HOA and work in our new church. Not only that, each child when they leave will carry a photo album filled with pictures of the time spent with us. Thanks Hannah so much.
Times are very uneasy right now in Uganda. The COVID-19 that's gripping the country; the elections once again causing turmoil on the streets and the poverty creating a lack of food. There's another thank you. All of you that donated money to feed the 6,000 people.
We honestly couldn't have done it without the help of God putting you on our amazing team. All of you wonderful people helped us with these projects and we want you to know how grateful we are.
Meet the teachers and principal of both schools. Two of the teachers are presently teaching at Morning Star and the others are all working with the children at Ptarmigan Primary school. With COVID-19 and the uneasyness on the streets, we will not be bringing in new students until it's safe. We have been approved for the pandemic situation.