Her special auntie told her that she didn’t think they would be able to swim as the chemicals would be too strong. Khanya immediately suggested that they pray about it. Quietly she closed her eyes and said “Dear Lord, please can you take the freckles out of the water as I would really like to swim!”
I love how young ones turn to God for help as confidently and honestly as if he were their sitting-right-there-in-his-chair Papa. And indeed, for the children at Oasis Haven, God is very much the first father-figure they learn to love and trust.
It's been a month since I have begun my Jubilee for Joburg journey. I want to raise $5,000 to help pay the cost of the therapies these children need when they come to Oasis Haven from off the streets. Some of them have never played. They don't know what it is like to play. Some have never imagined what they would like to be when they grow up. They don't know how to look up to God in hope, or trust another human being to love them like God loves them.
Join me, would you?
We can help take the freckles out of the pool. . .