Mondi Chisongela: A daughter of the KingRich Stigall
Recently we received this e-mail for our Pastor partner in Tanzania, Dibogo Kitang’wa…
Dear GO Project,
Many greetings from Tanzania.
I am writing to report to you that one of our children at Huruma Children’s Home, Mondi Chisongela, has graduated from Huruma and returned to her village area in Dumila, Morogoro.
Mondi has always struggled with school as she is slightly mentally challenged. When she failed to continue in school after Standard 7 (6th grade) at the age of 18, we helped her to take a vocational sewing course which she also struggled with. Mondi has become a believer and has been faithful to follow the Lord in her life. Mondi has a great heart and has been such a blessing and help around Huruma, but upon her request, the time came for her to begin life on her own.
After a meeting with the Family Services department in Dar es Salaam, and completing the required paperwork, Mondi was escorted to her family’s home village in Dumila.
Thank you for your kind assistance in sponsoring Mondi. Thank you for praying for her as well as she begins her new life in the Morogoro Region.
Huruma Children’s Home
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
One may look at this e-mail with disappointment. Mondi’s is not a story that would sell in the cinema, but that’s because Hollywood focuses on flashy outcomes of the world, not faithful processes of God.
At GO Project, we are grateful for Mondi, who knows she is a daughter of the King. We are grateful for Dibogo, Elizabeth, Nella and Jessica, who served as her house parents and loved Mondi well. Most of all, we are grateful for Jesus, our King, who cares for Mondi more than any of us ever will or could. We are grateful for His plan for her life, and that for a time, we had the opportunity to be a part of loving His daughter.