Makoma can have hope through you
Makoma was born with bowlegs. He doesn’t go to school like his peers or join in their games.
It pains Makoma’s mum Sumayiya to say, “He cannot run like other children. He runs as if he is jumping. This makes the kids from the neighbourhood laugh at him. They laugh at him because they have never seen his condition before.”
Sumayiya is raising her son on her own and they live in extreme poverty. They survive on just one meal a day.
Makoma and Sumayiya are praying desperately that someone, somewhere will reach out and make the surgery Makoma needs possible — to reclaim the childhood he has been robbed of and to look forward to a future full of hope.
Becoming a Hope Grower today means you’ll let God work through you to answer Makoma’s prayers. And the prayers of other families too.
Not once, but again, and again, and again. Thirty times. Sixty times. Even a hundred times over.
“… the seed falling on good soil refers to someone who hears the word and understands it. This is the one who produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.” Matthew 13.23