Shared with the girls before the first day of school to...'let God be first in your every day life.' Three van loads each day...two trips to the elementary/intermediate school and one ride to the local high school. We prayed over our girls every day and missionary took turns to ride with the girls, singing praise songs.
We had additional precious angels joining our large family of 32 girls. Each of them from different situations of abandonment or neglect, in danger of becoming a victim of human trafficking. God allowed them to connect with us at the children's home to provide a safe home for them to grow to know God and have a chance for an education, to be a godly influence for their society.
We prepared our girls on how to accept the new little girls...to consider how scared and lonely they may feel at first...so to be a friend and be helpful, to include them in all that we do. The result is very adorable. We still have a lot of work to do in habit training and fitting into the routine of making the children's home to be a place of comfort for all.
Part of taking in new girls was the interview process. We listened, we discussed, we prayed, and prayed some more. The needs are great but who does God want for us to take care of...that is the question. Thankful to be part of the team that care for these underprivileged girls who are in danger of being victims of human trafficking. Thank you my friends and partners in this needed ministry.
Wilai Wilkerson, Missionary