Even though she didn’t want to go to Africa in the beginning, Abbie believes God prepared her for it and reflects on her experiences.
Rachel's personal transformation through Jesus inspires her to serve the women in her community.
Teaching MKs, children, Africa
Kingdom Kids is a morning programme for local children. The children range in age from 2.5 - 5 years. Some children are MKs and others are from local farms.
“…to many host ministries, short-term outreaches can be a blessing or a curse,” shares OMer Ivy. “Here I would like to share some tips that help me feel less like a tour guide and more like I’m helping facilitate an exposure trip for the Kingdom.”
From doing their lessons on the ground to learning at desks in classrooms, the students at Makwati Community School have come a long way.
Construction has begun on the first Home of Hope building, a place for vulnerable children in Kasama.
The OM team in Kasama receives land from an area chief to start a farm that will provide food and financial stability for local ministries.
“I have always wanted to do more than coach specific sport skills,” Joseph said. “This approach touches all areas of fitness: physical, emotional and spiritual–all aspects of a human being.”
Kasama is known for sports and vulnerable kids; two subjects that OMer Noel is passionate about.
OM parters with local church volunteers in Kasama to reach out to hundreds of vulnerable children.