This month we want to high light Ma Esther’s Home and introduce you to our new house parents John and Korpu Kucuyoiyoigee.
John and Korpu and their 3 children moved into Ma Esther’s Home in early May as our new house parents. We are delighted at how well this transition worked out and how the children were so quick to adjust. Provision of Hope had asked Emmanuel and Angela Davis for their help in recommending a couple. Since they moved to Liberia, they were very involved in this home. Emmanuel is Ma Esther’s son. As most of you know, Ma Esther had a stroke in September of 2019. Her daughter Agnes moved into the house to take care of her mother and to help with the children. The day came when Agnes preferred to live in her own home, and Ma Esther felt good about moving in with her. Provision of Hope renovated a room for her in Agnes’ house. We had welcomed her to stay in the house Provision of Hope built for her and her children but with the new house parents coming in, she was more comfortable moving in with her daughter. We are so glad she lives a short walk from the house, so that she can come to visit any time and the children can also go to see her.
John was telling me on the phone how he’s been inspiring the children to have a vision of what they want to be when they grow up.
Marie Lewis is in Gr. 11. Her dream is to be a journalist. Theresa Quanah is in Gr. 11 and wants to be a Dietician. Samuel Kennedy is in Gr. 8. He wants to be an IT Specialist. Elijah Porte is in Gr. 8. He dreams of being a Machinery Operator. Henry Forkpa is in Gr. 8 and wants to study to become a Civil Engineer. Solomon Forkpa is in Gr. 8 and wants to be a Machinery Operator. David Jallah is in Gr. 5 and dreams about being a Fire Fighter. Melissa Forkpa is in Gr. 4 and her goal is to be an Agriculturalist. Dennis Jeffery is in Gr. 2 and says he will join the Marines.
May God lead these children into the destinies they were born for!
Thank you to all our donors who make this work possible!!
God Bless You,