We’ve been working on installing new tile at Martha’s House, the orphan care project in Phokeng where we work with orphaned and vulnerable children.
This little house has been a work in progress over the last 4 years. As money comes in, or as visiting missions teams come, we are slowly finishing it. Previously it had a concrete floor that was very difficult to keep clean.
We laid tile in the kitchen, storeroom, and dining room. This is a huge improvement to place.
I’m so thankful for a grant from GM South Africa that provided the funds for this, and for the expertise of Matt Meng, a local YWAM missionary who has brought his knowledge and sweat to make this happen.
Matt and Tebogo
Tebogo is a young man who has grown up at Martha’s place over the years. He is now a student at a local IT college. We are teaching him how to lay tile, and he’s been a big help to us.
Martha is very excited to have floors that look nice and that will be easier to keep clean.