It was all smiles for some of the boys in our Arua boy's home after successfully completing trade school recently. They will now be able to find jobs and support themselves after their long and sometimes difficult journey.
They are giving all honor and glory to God for helping them achieve something that they never thought possible.
When we met Dennis Tabule in 2014, he was living with guardians that had no means to support him. We realized that if he continued to live with them, he had no chance of going to school, or even having his most basic needs met. He was brought to the Promise Child boy's home where he has thrived. Dennis has a keen interest in music; he is learning to play the base guitar and he loves to dance. He and a group of boys perform dances for the church.
Dennis recently graduated from masonry trade school and was provided with the necessary tools and some funds to help him get started in his business. When he received his gifts, he said his prayer request was to keep honoring God with his life and to be able to earn a living so he can survive.