Tshepisong orphanage picnic at the Florida Lake Park

Dear All!


Being inspired by these words: ” For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open. Therefore, consider carefully how you listen. However has will be given more, whoever doesn’t have, even what he thinks he has will be taken from him. No good tree bears bad fruits nor does a bad tree bear good fruits. The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart. And the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For out of the overflow of his heart his mouth speaks. “


Let us remember these words of Richard Branson saying: ” If you are not having fun, then it’s probably time to call it quits and try something else.”


Last Saturday the 21st of November, we had an urge opportunity of taking the children out, at Florida Lake! Remember, these kids are from the Ithemba Labantwana Orphanage Home in Tshepisong township/West Rand, for a picnic.


Even if the weather was not okay, due to the rain which was on and off, we have to say that it was a very blessed, good, and memorable day for all of us, both the team and the kids.


I just wish you should be there as well and experience the excitement of these kids, and come to understand that God is a Father to Fatherless. But always be mindful that, He will always use you and me for his work.


Our heartfelt and big thank you, is going once again to Mrs. and Dr. Llaguno of the ADVENTIST AIDS INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY, for their kindness and generosity, of sponsoring this picnic trip of a weekend away with the children, by donating cash, in making this day a successful one to all of us.

Our prayers are always that God continues to open doors of blessings upon you, so that you may continue to keep bringing hope, especially to Orphans due to AIDS Pandemic and to all those people living, infected, and affected with HIV/AIDS. Especially in these challenging times of COVID-19 Pandemic. In numbers, we had 20 kids with us, and the supervising team was of 9 volunteers. Altogether we were 29 and had enough to eat and to drink, with leftovers, like when Jesus fed the 5000 people, it was amazing.


We are called to be the light in the darkness. Let it shine, especially in these tough times our mother earth is facing, due to this COVID-19 Pandemic.

If you are touched and feel you want to get involved in this God’s work, do not hesitate to connect with us for more.


God bless you!

Reported by: Tom Masarara