Term 4, 2022


Hello! We are excited and thankful to the Lord for you and your great partnership in God’s service as we transform lives through the love of Jesus. Another term has come to an end and we would like to share with you some of the highlights of this wonderful term. 

John Obongo Nyaosi

Head Teacher, Kosovo Center

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 1050 students
Total Unsponsored: 137 students

Sponsor a Child at Kosovo

For $40/month, or roughly $1.33 a day, you can make a direct and profound difference in a child’s life. Your sponsorship ensures that your sponsored child receives an excellent Christian education, nutritious food, medical care, and the opportunity to hear the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Hope Transforms: A Success Story

James* joined our Kosovo center in 2018 when he was joining kindergarten. James lives with his mother and father in the Kosovo area. At that time his parents ran a small business selling a Kenyan pastry called ‘mandazi’ which is somewhat similar to a doughnut. Though they had a source of income it was barely enough to buy food, pay rent, and pay school fees for both their children.

Before coming to MOHI, both James and his older brother who was in high school were sent home a lot due to a lack of school fees. During recruitment of students at MOHI, the Kosovo social workers identified James and he was admitted into our school. This was a great relief to his parents as they were struggling to make ends meet.

James’ mother and father would fight a lot. Due to the stress of not having enough money to feed their families and themselves. Jame’s father would drink a lot and this was the main cause of their arguments.

Now that James was a child at MOHI it gave the social workers the ability to counsel the parents and help them create a better life for their children. During these sessions, the social workers prayed with the family and encouraged them to save to venture into different businesses that would gain them more money and grow their current businesses.

Armed with encouragement and fresh ideas from their social worker, James’s parents listened and things began to change. They joined a local Church that they attend every Sunday, James’s father stopped drinking and opened a car spare parts business, and Jame’s mother then opened another smaller business expanding the mandazi business. This was the beginning of their economic empowerment, their business has been doing so well that they were able to move to a safer part of the Kosovo community.

We praise God for the transformation of a family through the love of Jesus.

*Name was changed

Term Highlights

  • We are very excited for our Grade 6 and 8 students who have been working hard to improve their academic performance in preparation for their national exams. We thank God that they managed to complete their exams successfully. They are now transitioning to either junior secondary and secondary school.
  • We thank God that more parents are letting their children attend Hope Church Kosovo for Sunday school and Bible lessons

Partner Activity

  • LifeSpring Christian Church visited our center this term. They came to meet their sponsored children, interact and have fun with the children. We also had fellowship with them where they prayed and encouraged us. 

Prayer Requests

  • Pray for the grade 6 and grade 8 candidates who sat for their national examinations which have enabled them to transit to junior high and high school in 2023. We pray that they will have a smooth transition into a new stage in their lives.
  • Pray for God’s healing upon our sick parents, students, and members of our staff. Our God is the healer of all sickness.
  • Pray for the provision of resources needed by our families in the Kosovo community as they navigate these difficult economic times.

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