Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Eight guardians gave their life to Christ at our first guardians training of the year with the theme "Forgiveness & Reconciliation" on 8th January 2022 at Maranatha Faith Assemblies, Kawangware. One hundred and twenty-four CCP guardians were in attendance as all Covid -19 protocols were in place. The meeting started with praise and worship and thereafter, Pastor Francis Lukale of Maranatha Faith Assemblies Church encouraged the guardians with the word of God from John 8:2-11. The key points were; a heart of forgiveness, reconciliation, personal relationship in Christ. He admonished the guardians to embrace Christ as their personal Savior and let go of the past. Pastor Francis stated that the solution to pain is forgiveness. Afterwards, Jacqueline Ngige, CCP's Finance director advised the guardians to be committed, involved and be an encouragement in their child's life. Jacqueline admonished guardians to visit their child's school as a parental involvement because it will motivate them to improve in academic performance. "Make something that will make your child know you value them", Jacqueline recommended. In addition, Stella Mwangi, CCP's Managing director stated that guardian should be good role models and be careful of what they say as children imitate their parents. They ought to know the vision of their child as well as participate in their life. She reminded them of CCP policies which need to be followed for accountability purposes and proper running of the organization. In conclusion, Mable Umali, CCP's Medical Coordinator, encouragement parents to enroll their children as well as themselves for counselling sessions which is available at CCP.
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