Congratulations Daniel Coleman
Daniel Coleman has just graduated with a Degree in Criminal Justice from the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University. This is a great achievement after so many hours of study. Daniel we are all so very proud of you and we look forward to seeing the opportunities that will open up for you!
Daniel has been with us through high school and through university. He manages the widow’s rice distribution twice a month in Matadi. He oversees the “Operation Mat to Mattress” Program where we take widows off the floor and provide beds and mattresses for them. Daniel founded ” Community Tidiness Care” a project that involves cleaning up garbage in various communities. He is someone we can count on and someone who is ready to serve where needed. Click on Orphan Child Now Studies Criminal Law to see more of his story. These are the leaders we like to invest into. Those who make a difference for others.
Daniel S. Coleman
June 28, 2016 @ 7:19 am
To God be the glory. Let me say special thanks to all of you who showed high level of esteem and support on the occasion marking my historic achievement. Initially I thought it was not worth partying yet your tremendous support put me in that feeling of total bliss (Joy). Your support served as source of inspiration and it only motivates me to aim for the highest because that’s how I get appreciation from you.Special thanks to Ma Karen Barkman and the entire POH family for their immense support.
Honestly, I don’t know how to start; I’m lost not in harmony but in overflowing gratitude to my Creator, the eternal progenitor from whom flows all human good, God Almighty. This is the biggest one so far this year. It’s a long, meandering story worth telling and writing. But just glorify God for this achievement. I want take this time to appreciate Ma Karen Barkman and the Provision of Hope family for their parental roles played along my educational sojourn. Ingratitude is the worst of vices. POH took me from the 8th grade to earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Isn’t it worth commendation? Of course it does. My scholarship was 100% best that which gave me no reason to repeat class nor failed. Students came from distance to study with us as well do their assignment. Our house (home) was (is) called student center. Mr. Boye Saydee among others can attest. Many thanks to all you loving and caring friends and family who have been praying for me in all direction. I salute you and shout with a louder voice ” I love you and appreciate every efforts of yours”! Now i urge your pray for job. favor of job i mean. I love you Ma Karen.
June 28, 2016 @ 1:34 pm
Congratulations to Daniel and the ministry!!!
June 29, 2016 @ 9:17 pm
GREAT ACHIEVEMENT DANIEL, AND A WONDERFUL COMMENT OF GRATITUDE OF HOW MANY PEOPLE HELPED YOU.