Normal surely just a setting on the washer. It is hard to sum up a "normal"
week. Some weeks we find ourselves in the hospital more visit sick kids, or moms,
or an emergency assistance call. (They might not live in our district,
but need a tad bit of help, like bottles and formula after the mom passed,
and a relative in another district is taking the infant to raise)
But if there is any "normal" I can give you, this would be as close to normal
as I can give you, from this last week.
|On days when the moms are in literacy or English class at the office,|
we are keeping the others busy, with games, coloring, movies, etc. Friday's
are quiet the busy day around here!
|This is one of our newer families. And this little one makes sure in a family|
with eight kids, she knows how to ham it up, to get your full attention!
|Denny's twin sister Denise.|
|The scenery that surrounds us on home visits..... just cannot be beat.|
Putting in my earbuds, listening to sermons or worship.
You cannot just soak in the goodness of God while wandering through this
|We love that we get to minister to the families so personally. Thats our favorite|
part of this program. We see them in their homes bi-weekly. We see them in the office
weekly. Once a month we share lunch, and a time of devotion, prayer, and worship.
|They are learning SO FAST! We are so so proud of them. I had one of the moms|
stop at my house over the weekend just to show me, she could write her kids names!
Literacy is so empowering!!!
|One of the English classes|
And every week after classes the moms leave with the essential
nutritional support for the infants in our program.
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Imana iguhe umugisha (God bless you!)
Thierry and Tina Ngizwenayo