If you visit one of our PCM campuses, you will note rather quickly how much of a challenge you can face telling children apart. Most dressed in striped blue, boys in shorts and girls in dresses, there are little defining features if looking from a distance or behind. Up close, there usually is no or little hair for hygiene reasons. Truly, the only way to tell any of them apart is looking at part or all of their faces.
Everybody has been given a face by the Lord, a certain unique look like no other.
Sometimes you get a different look when you are supposed to know someone’s name.
Usually you get off the identification hook when asking for a group shot from several of the beauties.
What is unmistakable though, is the true joy these kids share on their face from just being in school.
Praise has found that diligence with your studies, even in the baby class, will put you at the top of the class.
Keep working hard because others are right behind you.
Some of our faces show how much we appreciate the love and support of our sponsors.
You can even see that with our body language how much peace we have no matter how much or how little the kids have at the current moment.
However, the face really tells all. No words needed here for sure.
Sometimes our children want their faces to look older than they really are.
When we worship, they never really care what their face looks like.
They are too busy opening our hearts to our beloved Jesus.
Some of the faces at the Omwana House have only been around for a few months, but we do know that the Lord created each and every one of them.
A few of them are known for a very distinctive smile
and occasionally they need to show very little for our friends to still be recognizable……. Duncan.
Even with green hair, Duncan still can’t hide. We know you. God created you for His glory. And you have some of that.
Jesus gave some of the children the most beautiful eyes, and just seeing them makes us shout their name. One day down the road, many in America might see these eyes worshipping and dancing like his father Robert.
The future is bright for these children of Mbarara.
These children are ready for whatever challenges they may face thanks to the love and support of so many people.
Some have heard already how cold it is in Michigan and have started training early.
Others are just content knowing that the Lord created them for a purpose.
Thank you Jesus for making these beautiful PCM children. May they live long so they can praise Your Name for generations to come.