At House of Grace Thailand, everyone is back on campus and attending school in some form, either online or in person. The donations and support of our Empowering Esther Team allowed all of the government regulations for sanitation and health safety to be met immediately. We are grateful for individuals that give regularly beyond general sponsor support. Because of generous donations from people just like you, we can meet financial needs as they occur. God provides as the need arises and we are grateful.
Since August 2017, all of our graduating high school seniors have been blessed with new laptops as they enter their university. We also received three new laptops for the computer lab in the older girl dorm. This is all possible because of your generous support. At House of Grace Ghana, a new computer lab is under construction! Thanks to the generosity of one corporate Empowering Esther Team member, new desks, computers, and printers will fill the new building. We are grateful and looking forward to sharing the photos very soon!
As we look to the future with technology and the many STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) projects the homes participate in, let’s not forget our project-based learning surrounding farm to fork sustainability.
One of the projects at House of Grace Ghana, involves their kitchen garden. Corn was harvested, removed from the cobb, and ground into corn flour or meal. The meal was stored for future use and some cooked into Kenkey over an open flame. Kenkey can be eaten as an accompaniment to vegetables, plantains, or soup. Do not worry, there was enough to roast over a charcoal fire and eaten on the spot. This is a yummy summer activity no matter the continent!