My faith and the support from the church changed my life. I feel so much better and even my husband feels more peace. What helps me the most is the milk and diapers and the food vouchers. They complement each other, because the milk I receive from the church is not enough to cover my sons’ needs. So I use part of the food voucher to get additional milk for my children. I would rather starve than letting my children go hungry or malnourished.
We have been through a lot of difficult times, but thank God for the church and the people there that stood by us. I believe that God is with us because He has been speaking to me. I once saw Jesus in a dream, holding my hand and telling me “your place is not here, come with me and I will give you a place”, then taking me somewhere beautiful where everything was greenery and trees. He then told me “you belong here, not there”. I tell my children and my husband that despite all the trials, God will not leave us behind. Our role is to pray, and the Lord will provide. Nothing is impossible for Him.
Abissa’s husband at his new workplace and their older son