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The Father Heart School held in Mombasa, Kenya, during the El Nino rains, was a testament to God’s mercy amid challenging circumstances. Despite heavy floods in coastal regions, our safe journey from Rwanda with my daughter Esther and Marie Claire was a cause for gratitude. Originally planned for Kilifi, the school relocated to Mombasa due to hotel management issues.
Despite coinciding with a National Athletic event for the Deaf, 21 participants attended. Led by Josephat Mulongo (Kenya), the teaching team included Uwineza Marie Claire (Rwanda) and Samuel Begumisa (Uganda), who joined remotely via Google Meeting.
The week-long experience brought forth powerful testimonials from participants:
Tuko expressed a profound change in behavior and remorse for past actions.
Sidi acknowledged a transformation in managing anger.
Gabriel experienced healing through soaking.
Gao learned the importance of forgiveness and decided to mend relationships.
Monica’s faith was strengthened through the teachings.
Ouma found the capacity to love and forgive.
Anne decided to release past arguments and pain.
Noah recognized the importance of expressing gratitude to parents.
Christine resolved to forgive her brothers, fostering family unity.
Mary prioritized forgiveness and direct communication with God.
Joyce chose to forgive her mistreating stepfather.
Loice learned to love and forgive others.
Samini embraced the significance of letter writing.
M found continued acceptance of Christ’s teachings.
Financial constraints hindered some Deaf individuals from attending due to registration fees. Economic challenges and unemployment in Kenya’s Deaf community were significant. Please Pray for job opportunities for the Deaf.
The Fatherheart week left a lasting impact, fostering love, forgiveness, and transformation among the Deaf community. Gratitude was expressed for God’s love, delivering the Deaf from past grievances. Acknowledging challenges, prayers were offered for financial breakthroughs and job opportunities. The experience was a testament to the Almighty Father’s unwavering love.
– Josephat Mulongo
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