Friday, June 24, 2016

MINISTRY TO STREET CHILDREN

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day in life I was like them,no food,no shelter,no friends,no family members to be around you. You might end up asking a lot of questions as to why you live such like life of pain and suffering. Why call them street Children?don't they have a home or the street is their home? The answer might be both depending on how you understand it. But I know very well that they have parents somewhere or if not they have a family member somewhere.
Life to them has no meaning unless we took a step and reach them, make friends with them. The most Important think is to have fellowship with them,share a meal with them,interact with them and let them share their experience with you as you too share yours to them.
Take time to listen from them even though it is hard to understand them clearly. It takes time to understand what they tell you since their language is a bit challenging.
It is not easy to have young people who have a desire to serve and impact the community, They just completed High School but what they are doing is great. Visiting street kids and encouraging them is a good way to reach them. They are a blessing to this great ministry.
Pray for them always and remember to be a blessing to such like kids. Street kids have a story behind them as to why they are in the street and they tell you why they can't go back. They live as a family in the street and they know each other.


If you want to be a friend to them,never tell them to stop sniffing glue. They will tell you that the glue gives them energy and make them to be active and they can't do without it. We have fellowship with them sharing the word of God and telling them how wonderful they are and how God loves them.
GOD BLESS YOU AND CONTINUE TO BE A BLESSING TO THEM. THANKS TO MAMA NJUGUNA BASEMENT HOTEL AND DOUBLE SPLENDOR EVANGELISTIC MINISTRY FOR GIVING US A ROOM TO HAVE FELLOWSHIP WITH THESE GREAT FRIENDS. GOD BLESS YOU ALL,LOVE YOU!!!

REMEMBER: AS I LOOK AT YOU I SEE THE LOVE OF GOD - AUNT LIZ SOITA,LOVE BEYOND.

1 comment:

george alara said...

Amen serving the community is a great job and God is happy for that.