Even before the a center is built, our Discipleship trainings are contacted within local churches where we meet for worship before starting our Bible trainings. In addition to the Gospel, Bible/Discipleship Training we strive to provide all who attend with a meal. In years of drought and famine without outside resources, this is often a life-saving outreach. In areas of starvation, food is like a magnet for the children. Around our feeding programs, local churches can easily identify those Children and families who truly have no close relatives to care for them. The children from our communities – who we know are truly alone – are provided them with protection and a sense of belonging at the collective level; they’re taken in by our church families, and provided with care. The next step, and priority, is to make available a permanent home for them. That is where we unite our efforts to acquire land, build a church and establish a center for our home based care programs for Children and the aged in the community.
Light of Hope Missions Leaders Evangelist Samuel Shiboka and his wife Ann Nafula are known as Evangeslits and Bible Training Teachers and caring couples for orphans and the aged in the community through their home based care programs. They provide food and medical care to suffering families within the community, Christian’s family upbringing and education for many desperate children through the home based care program and also Training and Equipping Pastors and church Leaders for the work of ministry.
As we strive here to create the infrastructure necessary for the self-sufficient communities there are daily needs for assistance with food and water, healthcare, education, orphan and vulnerable children care, agriculture programs, Bible/Discipleship Training and church leadership development. Living in the midst of all this, we try to assess best how to use every dollar in the most effective way. Nevertheless, at any time you can direct your funds to a project of your choice.