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GRACE TAIT SHELTER CHILDREN

ADAM NUMFOR (Needs sponsor)

Born November 2021

Our newest staff child

ANABEL BAFI

(needs sponsor)

(DOB:)


Social Affairs brought her to GTS when they discovered her living on the streets. She had been living with her grandmother, but the conditions were so bad that she ran away. She has adjusted to being part of the GTS family and is doing well in school. She is eating 3 meals a day (something she never did until she came to live with us).

ANNA LINDA AKISSA

(DOB: 6/10/2000)


She lives at GTS with her twin siblings Larry and Larissa. their mother died of breast cancer just one year after the twins were born. their father became helpless because he ha sold all of their properties to pay for medical expenses during his wife's illness. Anna stopped going to school because there was no money for it. She is now in secondary school and is doing really well. She is in the top 3 of her class. She hopes to be a English teacher one day. Anna helps in washing dishes at GTS. She likes playing with the other girls and has musical talent (singing). she is part of the praise and worship team at GTS. Pray that the Lord will continue to guide her through school and help her to grow in wisdom, knowledge and understanding.

BLESSING NGUM

(DOB: 5/23/2004)


Blessing and her sister Mercy Lum live at GTS. Both of their parents have died. They used to live with their grandmother, who is old and was not able to care for their needs. While with their grandmother the girls were unable to attend school. She is now doing well in school. English is her favorite subject. She is a very active, intelligent, bold and outspoken girl. Our prayer is that she will continue to do well in school and that she will be a light (of God's love) to her friends at school.

BRYAND NDE (partially sponsored)

(DOB: 5/27/2011)


He and his older brother Micah came to live with us shortly after their father died. Their mother, being recently widowed, was struggling to feed the children and there was no money for schooling. The fathers family refused to help the mother or children and the mothers family refused to allow them to return home (not an uncommon situation that happens to widows in Cameroon). So faced with prostituting herself or learning a new trade while trying to care for her children she approached her pastor for help, who asked if we could take the children in. We said: “Absolutely”

CLODINE LUEOG


Her birthdays is Jan 10, 2003.

They come from the remote village of Bambaji where they lived with their grandparents who were also caring for 3 other grandchildren. Both of their parents had died. They were unable to attend school and were malnourished. They had never seen "white" people up close and were a little nervous meeting Papa Tim at first. They had never been out of the village before and the trip to GTS was a big adventure for them. They were so excited when they learned that they would be attending school and eating 3 meals a day. Please keep them in prayer as they adjust to their new home and better learn English

CLEOPHUS HONGWE


Her birthday is Jan 10, 2003.

She and her sister come from the remote village of Bambaji where they lived with their grandparents who were also caring for 3 other grandchildren. Both of their parents had died. They were unable to attend school and were malnourished. They had never seen "white" people up close and were a little nervous meeting Papa Tim at first. They had never been out of the village before and the trip to GTS was a big adventure for them. They were so excited when they learned that they would be attending school and eating 3 meals a day. Please keep them in prayer as they adjust to their new home and better learn English

CYNTHIA NGUM

(needs sponsor)


Is an 9 year old girl who was dropped off at GTS in Bamenda after someone found her wandering the streets. We later found out that her parents had been killed when military came through in search of secessionists. Her 19 year old brother brought her to a well traveled road in Bamenda and with tears running down his face left her. We then registered her with the military so no one would think that she had been trafficked. She is now attending school and is adjusting well to her new GTS family.

DANIEL NEBANETH


Daniel was born 12/30/2014 and was 6 days old when we rescued him. The compound where he lived with 4 adults was a 2 room mud block house (the indoor kitchen and one room where everyone lived). His mother was physically and mentally impaired, his grandfather was legally blind, his 2 Uncles were gone most of the day. They were already starting to feed him pop (a corn sugar water mixture). Although the grandfather cried when we came to rescue him, he was very happy because he knew Daniel would be well cared for. Daniel was already starting to show signs of dehydration (loose skin etc...). At 10 days he has already gained 1/2 a pound.

DIEUDONNE' TAH

(DOB: 7/10/2002)


His father died when he was very young. His mother is disabled, epileptic and is unable to care for her children. An old woman later took Dieudonne and his mother into her home, but she was not able to meet Dieudonne's needs so he came to live at GTS

EVE NMFOR (staff child -- (needs sponsor)

(DOB: 7/23/2014)


One of the things we want to do is sponsor staff children....we can help offset the cost of education and food. Our staff work hard 24/7 and their children are part of our GTS family

GRACE MANKA'A

(DOB: 6/3/2001)


Her mother is mentally ill and her father could not afford to take care of her needs. He decided to be a volunteer worker at GTS and brought her to the shelter. She was just 5 years old then. She is a lovely and very intelligent little girl. Her favorite school subject is English. Some of the skills and talents Grace would love to develop include singing and hair dressing. Her favorite color is yellow (and she looks beautiful in it). Praise God, Grace is learning to love the Lord and to grow in character every day. Pray that the Lord will lead he as she learns in school and that the Lord will provide the resources for her to be able to develop her talents to the full.

HARIS ABEAGHO EBUNGUNG

(DOB: 3/14/2006)


His father died and his mother is an alcoholic and didn't care for him. He was brought to GTS when he was about 3 years old. He was not going to school and could speak no English. He is now speaking English and going to school. He is introverted and very quiet, but he loves playing with his friends at school and at GTS. Pray that Haris will be able to concentrate and do better in school as he is struggling a little. Also pray that he will love the Lord with all of his heart, mind and strength, not just as a child but his entire life.

  JENNIFER NANJI

(DOB: 3/13/2016)


Jennifer and her 7 year old sister ran up to a military man for help. He then went and got Social Affairs (the government agency in charge of endangered children etc.) When they went to the children's home they found a very abusive situation. The father regularity beat the children. There were scars all over Jennifers body. Social Affairs asked if we could take her in and of course we did. Please pray for her 7 year old sister who neighbors were hiding so they could use her as slave labor. We are wanting to take her in also.

JONATHAN SUH (needs sponsor)

(DOB: 10/10/1998)


He was born into a family that practiced witchcraft. He suffered a lot from spiritual oppression in the night and sometimes he would be involved with offering sacrifices to deities that he was ignorant about. He was brought to GTS by his older brother in an attempt to save his life from such fetish practices. Jonathan has now received Jesus as his Lord and Savior and has been totally delivered from the works of darkness. Praise God!! He wants to be a doctor and pastor. His best subject in school is Mathematics. Pray that as Jonathan grows up he will become a distinguished leader. And pray that his family will experience the light of God found in the gospel of Jesus Christ as they see the grace of God upon Jonathan's life.

LARISSA BENOUE AKISSA

(DOB: 1/15/2005)


Larissa, her twin brother Larry and their older sister Anna all live at GTS. Their mother died of breast cancer when the twins were a year old and their father was not able to take care of the children since he had to sell their property to pay for medical expenses during his wife's illness. Larissa and her siblings were abandoned by their father at another orphanage where he was required to pay a certain sum of money he could not afford. Later they went back to the village when that orphanage could not meet their needs. A staff member at GTS learned about them and brought them to GTS. Larissa is now in primary school and is showing great promise. She is so lively and interesting. Our prayer is that she grows up to fear the Lord and walk is His way.

LARRY NJEI AKISSA

(DOB: 1/15/2005)


Larry, his twin sister Larissa and their older sister Anna all live at GTS.They were just a year old when their mother died of breast cancer. Their father was not able to take care of the children since he had to sell their property to pay for medical expenses during his wife's illness. Larry and his siblings were abandoned by their father at another orphanage where he was required to pay a certain sum of money he could not afford. Later they went back to the village when that orphanage could not meet their needs. A staff member at GTS learned about them and brought them to GTS. Pray that the Lord will be with Larry as he grows up and that he will love the Lord with all his heart, strength and soul.

LESLY CHICK LABI

(DOB: 3/5/2003)

Needs Sponsor


He and his twin brother Lewis live at GTS. Both of Lestly's parents died and his grandmother who was taking care of him was struggling to feed him. He was not able to go to school. She brought him and his twin brother Lewis to GTS in hopes of giving them a chance for a better future

LEWIS NGO LABI

(DOB: 3/5/2003)


He and his twin brother Lestly live at GTS. Both of Lewis's parents died and his grandmother who was taking care of him was struggling to feed him. He was not able to go to school. She brought him and his twin brother to us in hopes of giving them a chance for a better future.

MELCHIZIDEK NUMFOR staff child

(needs sponsor)


Mel was born in August 2018. He was a real answer to prayer as there were several losses before he was born. While Constance was giving birth there were bullets flying through the ceiling of the hospital. The fighting has gotten very bad in and around the orphanage property.

MERCY LUM

(DOB: 4/23/2004)


Mercy lives at GTS with her sister Blessing. Her parents died when she was still very young and she started living with her very old grandmother. Her grandmother was very poor and was not able to meet the children's needs. Mercy is now in Form 1 (secondary school) and does very well in school. She is bold and friendly. She really enjoys her new home and friends at GTS. Pray that through God's guidance, she will grow up in the fear of the Lord and become a shining light in the lives of other children around her.

MICAH NJI

(DOB: 3/16/2005)


He and his younger brother Bryand came to live with us shortly after their father died. Their mother, being recently widowed, was struggling to feed the children and there was no money for schooling. The fathers family refused to help the mother or children and the mothers family refused to allow them to return home (not an uncommon situation that happens to widows in Cameroon). So faced with prostituting herself or learning a new trade while trying to care for her children she approached her pastor for help, who asked if we could take the children in. We said: “Absolutely”

NEBA

(DOB: 5/5/1997)


Moses and his sister Patience live at GTS. His mother died when he was very young and his father was not able to take care of him and his little sister. Both of them suffered malnutrition as a consequence of their father's poverty. They also could no longer go to school. Moses is doing well but he seldom speaks. He has started secondary school and is now in Form 4. His favorite subject is English. He plays a lot of soccer with the other kids and with his friends at school. He wants to be an artist. Pray that the Lord continues to be with Moses and give him direction throughout his school work. Also pray that he grows up to be an example to the other kids and that God's love will touch others through him

NOELLA NAYA

(DOB: 4/26/2010)


A couple of weeks before we rescued her her 6 month old brother died. We are grateful that other than her being malnourished she was healthy when we picked her up, She was living with her Uncle after her mother and 4 of her siblings had died. She is really smart and adjusting well to her new family

PATIENCE NGUM

(DOB: 4/4/1999)


Patience lives at GTS with her brother Moses. Her mother died when she was very young and her father was not able to take care of her and her older brother. Both of them suffered malnutrition as a consequence of their father's poverty. Patience also survived a fire accident when she was a baby. Now she is strong and healthy. She is a very smart girl. Patience would like to be a journalist. She participates a lot in Bible classes and enjoys teaching God's Word to children. Her daily chores include washing of dishes and mopping the house. Pray that the Lord will continue to strengthen her as she develops in her singing talent. Also pray that she would continue to love the work of God as she grows up and be able to share her faith with her friends in school

PERSEVERANCE ASSONEN

(DOB: 2/15/2013)


Perseverance lives at GTS with her sister Sonita. Her father died from AIDS and her mother was HIV positive when she and her 7 year old sister came to live at GTS. They have been ostracized by her mothers' family and in-laws. The mother was unable to care for her 2 children and we were asked if we could care for the children which we are happy to do. Perseverances' mother died shortly after she came to live at GTS.

SONITA NFOR (Partially sponsor)

(DOB: 4/21/2009)

Somita and her sister Perseverance live at GTS. Her father died from AIDS and her mother was HIV positive when she and her 3 year old sister came to live at GTS. They have been ostracized by her mothers' family and in-laws. The mother was unable to care for her 2 children and we were asked if we could care for the children which we are happy to do. Somitas' mother died shortly after she came to live at GTS

If you are interested in sponsoring one of our GTS orphans....it takes $60 a month to fully sponsor a child. All gifts are greatly appreciated!!


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Hope Filled Futures

PO Box 236342

Cocoa, FL 32923


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