RANDVAAL OLD AGE HOME OUTREACH
We are called to serve
Hebrews 13:16 “Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrafices are pleasing to God.”
Our experience at Randvaal was phenomenal and emotional. Two grade 12 learners shared their testimonies which reminded us that nothing is impossible with God. 1 Peter 4:10 – 11 tells us to use whatever gifts we have received to serve others. When “Mighty Tee” Thumi performed his first recorded song, he touched the hearts of the elderly. One thing I learnt was that the little things we do can impact someone`s life. The lady I was praying for was in tears. She does not have good eyesight and was so grateful to hear somebody pray for her.
“It is not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving”Mother Theresa.
By Thabiso Mulaudzi. Grade 11.1
A big thank you to Mrs Nel for inviting me and allowing me to hand out easter eggs to the elderly.
Lots of love. Mighty Tee. Grade 6.1
(Note from Mrs Nel) I met Thumi one day after school when he came into my class to fetch flags for a dance Thabiso and her friends were practising. I asked him what kind of activity is he doing, His answer with so much confidence was: “For now, I am singing songs to the Lord”
Outreach at Door of Hope
Blessed are the staff who work with orphaned babies
On the 29th of March 2022, the grade 11`s, together with Mr Stock, Mrs Hulley, Ms Simons and Mrs Nel went to Door of Hope. We interacted with the staff and prayed for them and thanked the Lord for the unselfish love they show to these babies.
It was such a wonderful, joyful and humbling experience to see first-hand the amount of dedication and love they have for these babies.
Mr Stock shared a message with them about Easter and they were taken by surprise when we handed boxes full of easter eggs to them. We danced together and then Mighty Tee sang his solo to them.
We pray that God will continue to strengthen them to be mother figures to these babies. Dakalo Nethavhani Grade 11.1