Showing Thanks Through Stewardship
“As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace:…” 1 Peter 4:10
The rainy season was tough on Ddembe House this year. Not only did the erosion caused by the heavy rains take out our driveway, a portion of the back wall, and the cattle pen, but the constant beating of the rain did quite a number on the paint jobs of the house, the office building, and the wall, too. So now that we’ve gotten our first sunny week in months, it’s a great time to start repairing and sprucing things up. Not only that, it’s a great opportunity to teach the kids some different skills—though I don’t know if paint wars technically qualify as “skills”!—as well as teaching them about stewardship. To have this place that is being used to serve so many is a great gift, and we are so tremendously thankful to have the responsibility of caring for it.
Good job, Ainsley!
Grace is our quality control manager, inspecting all sand piles for playability.
Kato and one of the workers bringing in small stones to mix with the concrete for the corral.
Harry and his faithful helpers.
Rogers is always up for a dance break.
Peacy and Yonna doing some scraping and prep work for the painters.