Since that time, I have become quite content with having the extra help. It’s one less thing I have to worry about, but honestly I’ve kept someone around for purposes bigger than me having my house clean. I love knowing that I can monetarily help an African family who really needs the money for things as basic as food and shelter, but I also love being able to invest relationally into someone’s life.
Today I want to introduce you to my friend, Ncobile. I love her. Ncobile is one of a kind. She’s someone I’ve seen amazing potential in. She is currently in our discipleship school that just started a couple of weeks ago, and I couldn’t be more excited for her. In fact, I get teary eyed thinking about it.
Living here I’ve realized that most Africans don’t have dreams for their lives. It’s about survival. You live day by day and don’t think about the future. I know that God has amazing dreams for Ncobile. His dreams for her go way beyond cleaning white women’s houses. He has dreams for her that involve making a difference in the kingdom.
I don’t usually do this on this blog, but I felt like I should invite you, my readers, to be a part of those dreams for Ncobile. Her discipleship school lasts for 5 months and includes 3 months of lecture and 2 months of outreach. Her lecture fees and outreach costs total about $3000.
Would you consider giving toward this amazing woman of God?
There are two ways to give a tax deductible donation:
1. Online – Visit our website to give online. For program designation, choose University Village and for Attach Memo, enter Ncobile.
2. By check – Make checks payable to Ten Thousand Homes. Attach a separate note indicating it’s for Ncobile: DTS. Send to Ten Thousand Homes, P.O. Box 1874, Lexington, SC 29071.
Thank you, my friends!