Coram Deo

Term 1, 2023


Greetings from Missions Of Hope – Coram Deo Center! Another amazing school term has come to a close and we want to share some of the highlights.Thank you for your support and partnership as we work together to transform lives through Christ.

Teresa Mutanyi, Head Teacher Coram Deo.

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 429 students
Total Unsponsored: 296 students

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Hope Transforms: A Success Story

Tim* is 5 years old and in kindergarten at MOHI’s Coram Deo Center. Tim is the last born of a family of 2. He and his older brother live with his grandmother in Molo near our Coram Deo Center.

Tim and his brother are both students at our Coram Deo Center. When Tim first joined our school he was shy and kept to himself. He refused to talk to any of the teachers or even play during play time. He would hide in a corner on the playground away from all the other children.hen in class he wouldn’t participate, but have his head down on the desk and eventually fall asleep.

His class teacher noticed this and informed his social worker who partnered with the school Pastor to go and find out from Tim’s grandmother what could be troubling him. When they met with her, Tim’s grandmother told them that Tim was very shy and he only speaks to his brother when they are playing together. She told the social worker and pastor that sometimes Tim even refuses to talk to her even when he is sick. He wouldn’t tell her what ales him.

Armed with this information the class teacher knew that they had to create a safe place for Tim to feel comfortable. His class teacher began to give Tim small class responsibilities that made him feel included. Tim was assigned to hand out pencils to his other classmates and other such tasks. His teacher would praise him for a job well done and motivate and encourage him when he felt shy.

Eventually Tim began to open up, while performing his duties he started to make friends and felt more included and comfortable with his classmates. Now Tim has more confidence, he raises his hand to answer questions in class and plays freely with his friend during play time.

We thank God for Tim and for MOHI staff who wanted to see him to make friends and enjoy his time in school.

*Name was changed.

Term Highlights

  • We are proud of our athletics team who have been practicing for the upcoming national athletics competitions. Our students have had interclass track and field competitions. We are wishing our athletes all the best.
  • We had a successful parents meeting and elected new PTA representatives.

Church Updates

  • We had a worship service that was attended by the students and the community members. It was great to have corporate worship. 
  • We had an overnight service where 1 person gave their life to Jesus! Praise God! 
  • We have been actively doing door to door evangelism in the community. This time we had 10 people give their lives to Christ and we had 5 people join our church. Praise God!

Prayer Requests

  • Pray for the community and families we serve that are affected with alcoholism and family conflicts which cause separation.
  • Pray for the growth of our church as we evangelize to the people that Jesus would convict their hearts and they would come to know and love Him.

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