Are you one of those people that find yourself in the midst of uncertainty, confusion and chaos with what's happening in our world today? How easy it is to lose sight of everything we have to be thankful for in times like these? Let's look for the broken places, trusting God to give us the wisdom and skills to make them whole again.
In 2009, when Edwin and I started, this entire picture below was bush with maybe a couple of homes. It was a coffee plantation that was given to Edwin by his father to build one home for homeless children. Edwin and his friends cleared it and in 2010 Home of Angels was born. Edwin and I want you all to know that this wasn't just us who made this happen. It was God and He used this old lady and a loaf of banana bread together with a young man in Uganda who's heart was also to help children. He brought many of you to partner with us, encourage us, help me to bake the 15,000+ loaves of banana bread and most importantly, pray for us to succeed. Thank's to all of you for being part of our journey.
Another question many of you are asking is "What are our future plans?" There's only one answer and that's to become self-sufficient where Edwin and Precious will be able to operate on their own. This won't be tomorrow of course, but we're working on ideas to make it a reality in the next couple of years. We want to get our church in full operation; the Trade Centre up and running where our children will be able to learn a trade when phasing out so they will survive on their own. We've recently been recognized for this. It's not easy for children leaving homes at 18-years old to survive without any training. Because of that, the officials in Jinja have asked permission to use Home of Angels as an example for other homes.
Of course!! Let's get everyone doing this and help these kids.