The House is sold!; This is good news for my mother as it needed to go.
On the other side it brings closure to a chapter of loving memories, many cups of coffee with my father and those lovely chats we always had. Many good memories are made in this place, from youth groups trying to impact lives to being changed themselves. From hosting people and families to being able to support them in their dream to impact the communities for Charibiz. Yes, 1 Mkombe Road was the "palm tree" to find shelter for my father after a very stressful period in Holland. My father shared his "palm tree" and impacted many with it, I believe it became a palm tree for many, a pillar for faith. Charibiz was born here and a dream and vision for the future of Charibiz was developed at this place. Charibiz will move to Sezela and we hope we will build good memories and keep on carrying out the work just like my parents and many others did at Mkombe road.
VPE Visitors in December
We had a wonderful time with Joyce and Patrick from VPE, it was an honor to show them the progress we made and share with them some of the work we are doing and some projects that we are planning to do. We were blessed to have some time together. There support and advice role is surely a blessing, without the hard work of the VPE would not be able to carry out the work we are doing here. It's great to see the people with a passion for mission carrying out the work they are doing. We hope to see you again soon!
From left Top Patrick, Haydn, Warren , Kevin, Simon
From left bottum; Joyce, Wanda, Susan, Mandy