WF REPORT – AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2010
This month we had a lot of fun with all the new crèche’s we did. We mainly focused on the most needy ones and that also needed the most help.
Mpho was a lady who only had a small room, and all the walls where half painted and it did not have any thing for the kids to sit on. We went and repainted her walls, put up some shelves and a few desks, and donated her some chairs for the kids to sit on as well. We also built a storage box for all of their toys.
We went to Mavis to put up a ceiling and some shelves, and painted a few murals on the walls and repainted her doors. We had a few challenges with the ceiling, since the walls where not very straight. But with a lot of thinking, we got the job done.
We had a few activities with the kids this past few weeks: we took them to a park for the day where they could really relax and have some fun, then, with the p2p group, we played with water balloons. We also had a movie night, where we showed them a comedy. I have never seen them laugh that much in the whole time that I’ve known them.
All the normal bible classes are still going on at the Aphiwe, and I’m starting to give more classes there, which is helping me more with my bible studies and my spiritual life. It’s also helping more and more people with getting to know the truth even better.
Leona is still doing the crèche course, and it is starting to bring more and more people to bible classes. The waiting list is getting longer, and more people are becoming interested in the truth.
We had a very good p2p week in Gauteng, and we took the volunteers to the Rhino and Lion park and to Pillans Berg. They had so much fun seeing God’s creation and playing with some lion cubs.
The p2p’ers were a great help to us. We got so much done in the last two weeks that we never thought we would be able to do. They showed me that I could do even more than I thought was possible.
The brothers in Pretoria has started their ecclesia, and on the same night we had a baptism. I exhorted, and all the brothers and visitors were really eager to learn more.