Focus News – 30 April 2021
Did You Know?
No Apologies Light Training for Parents
7 and 14 May 2021 via ZOOM
From 10am to 12pm – R100 per unit
These eight tips can help create a successful and less stressful environment for you and your kids while you are working from home. Working from home comes with its own set of challenges. It’s important to have a quiet space where you can work, minimize distractions, set a routine, and focus on your goals for the day. Working from home with kids can add a new dynamic to your job. When our kids are on extended breaks
As a Ministry its always exciting to receive letters from friends . . . sharing testimonies and touching stories of how our work is making a difference in their lives. Thank you for writing to us – and please do get in touch if you have an encouraging story to share. We’d love to hear from you! Click here to drop us a mail now
We are so excited to be traveling again . . . we’ll be in Cape Town, Gauteng and KZN this June with Mandi Hart – get all the details when you click below. We’re also delighted that our No Apologies Light Training starts soon – all the details are below.
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Love and Blessings
Focus Africa Team
When it comes to Mother’s Day, I’m that easy-to-please woman who says, “Don’t make a fuss over me. Just take me for pizza, and I’ll be happy.” And when I say it, I really think I mean it. Invariably, though, something mars the day. The children swat at each other in the backseat during the three-minute jaunt to the pizza place.
First comes joy A pregnancy generates nine months of significant psychological and physiological upheaval. While it’s wonderful, it’s nothing short of cataclysmic. Most women are awash with euphoria when they first learn from their doctor or pregnancy kit that they’re carrying a child. “I jumped up and down when I got the call from my obstetrician’s office confirming that I was
A Week Away
Camp Aweegaway has just about everything a kid would want from a summer camp: cabins to bunk in, competitive outdoor games, even an end-of-camp talent show!
But Camp Aweegaway isn’t just a summer camp, it’s a Christian summer camp. And camp director David’s philosophy is that kids are just “a week away” from having their lives changed forever. And that’s exactly what foster kid Will needs.
In the past six years since his parents died, Will’s been through seven schools and 22 homes. And after his latest rebellious antic (stealing a police car), he’s on his way to juvie.