We are in crisis mode. School has started. The churches and friends I have visited with have provided $1400.00. We still need $1835.00 to allow them to catch up after missing this past semester. We must raise this as quickly as possible. Checks to Aunt Joycie and Friends, 1354 Co. Rd. 2020, Rolla, Mo. 65401. or thru this link with pay-pal.
. Thank you, and God bless.
Butch and I miss these children, that we now know by name.
The children have missed school this last semester due to lack of funds. To resume education mid September we must raise tuition for both semesters. We have $600 raised. We now need, $2,760 more. 28 people donating $100.00 will do the job. With Gods help, Butch and I will donate for school supplies. Say a prayer and see if this is something you can do.
You may donate using pay-pal, or checks can be made out to ” Aunt Joycie and friends”. PM me at Joyce Darnell Leuthart on FB for address. God bless each of you.
Butch and I wore our Ugandan shirt and dress to speak at Broken Chains Church in Springfield, Illinois.
It was a surprising visit. My first thought is, in the city this will be a larger church than my little country church here in Dent Country. Wrong.
On my drive by, oh my, will they have equipment for my power point? Wrong, not a problem.
Presentation completed, questions answered, when Pastor Brian Williams, asks me several questions, and them tells me, we are live streaming to 4000 people around the world. I am totally shocked.
Thanks for allowing me to share, and for your donation. Praise God, He is so good.
Moral of the story, do not judge a book by its cover.
These 28 children are missing school due to no tuition money. Let’s keep them in school. Blood of Jesus Ministry Donations can be done through this site. These children are so precious.
Josiline Jesse Avanah Born: August 22nd, 2012 Josiline was born in Kigulu county Iganga district where she lived in a single parent life with her mother. Her mom was a doctor and died last year.
Zahara Born: February 26th, 2002 Zahara was born in Bukungu Kamuli district the parents all died of HIV AIDS and she was thrown to a near by place of home care center.
Violet Rina Born: October 5th, 2005 Violet Rina was born in Luwero district where it was a war victim so her parents died from bombs.
Travis Born: September 17th, 2010 Travis was born in Kigulu county Iganga district he lived in a single parent life his mum was a doctor and died last year.
Swaibu Born: September 31st, 2003 Swaibu was born in Bugiri district in Nankoma village. Both of his parents died of HIV AIDS.
Simon Born: June 7th, 2000 Simon was born in Jinja district Namavundu village. His father was killed when he was knocked down by a speeding lorry when he was going for evening prayers at the church. Simon wants to be an engineer.
Shamim Born: March 28th, 2005 Shamim was born in Mayuge. Both of her parents died and she used to stay with her old grand parent who also later died.
Sauya Born: March 25th, 2004 Sauya was born in Namutumba district where she lived a humble life. After the death of her parents, she now lives at the home care center.
Rukia Born: December 11th, 2001 Rukia was born in Jinja district and both of her parents died of HIV AIDS.
Prossy Born: August 14th, 2002 Prossy was born in Kibuku district. When her parents both died she was left in the hands of empathizers who later left her to fend for herself.
Priscillar Born: May 24th, 2003 Priscillar was born in Mayuge district. Both of her parents died of HIV AIDS and she was left without some to look after her.
Nassa Born: June 6th, 2003 Nassa was born in Kayunga district where his parents died of HIV AIDS.
Musa Born: July 9th, 2002 Musa was in Kibuku district alone after both of his parents died, and was left helpless.
Melida Born: February 3rd, 2002 Melida was born in Kaliro district where both her parents died, leaving her without someone to take care of her.
Mavis Born: May 27th, 2007 Mavis was born in Busia district where both of her parents died of HIV AIDS.
Mary Born: May 8th, 2001 Mary was born in Buyukwe district and she was left without a parent after her parents died of HIV AIDS.
Marvin Born: October 13th, 2005 Marvin was born in Jinja district Nsuube village. His father died in the war in Gulu.
Leila Born: August 22nd, 2000 Leila was born in Kaliro district and her father died of HIV AIDS. Her mother also has HIV AIDS. Leila wants to become a journalist.
Joel Born: April 4th, 2006 Joel was born in Buyende district where his parents both died. He is currently staying here within the home care center.
Jesse Avana Born: June 14th, 2009 Jesse was born in Kigulu county Iganga district where he lived in a single parent life with his mother. His mom was a doctor and died last year.
Gift Joy Born: May 3rd, 2004 Gift was born in Palisa district and her father died so she found herself in the Hands of Christ.
Edwine Born: March 29th, 2000 Edwine was born in Jinja district in Budondo village the father was imprisoned and died from there when nobody could help the family.
Christine Born: February 11th, 2005 Christine was born in Bugerere district and her parents died when she was 2yrs old.
Catherine Born: unknown Catherine was born in Soroti district where her father died of HIV AIDS – he was a police man, and her mother is a house wife. Catherine dreams to be a doctor.
Audrey Born: July 22nd, 2010 Audrey was born in Iganaga district and her parents both died in a fatal motor accident. She dreams of being a nurse.
Ashiraf Born: December 10th, 2004 Ashiraf was born in Luuka district. Both of his parents died when he was just 3 years old.
Annet Born: September 2nd, 2009 Annet was born in Mayuge district. Her father drowned in a lake, and her mother is a housewife without a job.
Abby Born: May 7, 2003 Abby was born in Kamuli district and his parents both died of HIV AIDS but he is HIV free.
Opportunity to share our trip to Uganda, with a group of youth at Steeleville, Mo. This should be interesting!! Pray for fun, and challenging youth in their walk with God.
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Pastor Ronald Lufafa, and his 28 children dwell in the shelter of the MOST HIGH and they abide in the shadow of the Almighty, they say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust!” For it is God who delivers these helpless children from the deadly pestilence (malaria), God will cover them with His pinions, and under His wings, they may seek refuge; GOD’S faithfulness is a shield and bulwark.
They will not be afraid of the terror by night, or of the arrow that flies by day; of the pestilence that stalks in darkness, or of the destruction that lays waste at noon. A thousand may fall at their side, and ten thousand at their side, and ten thousand at their right hand; but it shall not approach these children and pastor will only look on with their eyes, and see the recompense of the wicked. For they have made the LORD their refuge, even the Most High, their dwelling place. No evil will befall them, nor will any plague (malaria) come near their tent.
For He will have His angels charge concerning them to guard them in all their ways. They will bear them in the angels hands, lest they strike their foot against a stone. They will tread upon the lion and cobra, the young lion and the serpent they will trample down.
“Because they have loved ME.” God said, “therefore I will deliver them; I will set them securely on high, because they have known MY name. they will call on ME, and I will answer them, I will be with them in trouble; I will rescue them and honor them. With a long life I will satisfy them, and let them behold MY salvation.”
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