Amecet n'ainapakin (Shelter of Peace) is a ministry of Youth With A Mission (YWAM)in Soroti, Uganda. We are reaching out to HIV infected and affected children. We also are caring for new born babies, who lost their mother after the delivery. The third group of children we help, are children who need a safe place, they mostly come via the police. In this blog we want to share with you our stories, our pictures, our needs and blessings!

Friday, January 26, 2018

The twins went back home and tracing for "Job's" family....

 The twins were brought back to their mother today! You can read the story of the mother in the blog of 19/11/2017. She got burned by teargas in Soroti town and was in a terribly condition.But she got help from different organizations and was brought to Kampala where she got very good treatment. The boys were brought to the neighbours, but when she went to Kampala. Amecet took the boys in. They are a hand full!!! They are very naughty and in everything they should not be in... But they were sweet as well and they adjusted quite well. The mother got back to Soroti and is doing well, she was ready to take her boys back!!!  Simon brought them, together with Erne (right) and Helen (left). 
It was hard for them at first, to recognize their mum, they cried a bit when we left, but I am sure they will adjust to be back with their mother. We are very happy that the mother is doing so good and the boys had also a good time with us!

We have another boy living in Amecet since Dec. 24th, he was brought by the Police, found in the bus station. We think he is 4 years old, but he doesn't talk, he understand Atesso, the language from around here, but for the rest we don't know anything, not even his name!! We put his picture in the local newspaper, but nobody came forward. Today Simon went to hang posters around the bus station, the hospital and on some trees. He also brought a radio message to the local radio. We pray that someone will recognize the boy. We named him Job, for now...

1 comment:

  1. A song for Job:"I Know Your Name"

    Who is the you that no one else can see
    In your heart the lonely one afraid to be
    Lost again...need a friend

    You hide your soul
    To keep the hurt inside
    All alone your tears call out into the night
    Is He there...does He care

    Yes, I know your name
    Every prayer you pray
    I'm the one who brought you to this place
    The voice who sings to you
    The hand that clings to you
    Oh my child, I've always known your name
    Known your name

    I hold you close to me, close to heart
    And this kind of love will find you
    Anywhere you are.
    Never fear, I am here

    With love, Anjo Lawler