What! From the moment I arrived, being a Sunday and therefore going straight to the church, I felt truly at home. Seeing some old faces and meeting many new ones, I felt the connection of being a part of God’s family.
It was the middle of May and I got a phone call; my passport was here, it had arrived and my sister’s hadn’t. There was no way… it had been three and a half months. I had my new passport but now I needed the visa; registration for camp had now opened and without knowing whether or not I was able to go, I registered…
“In prayer, it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.”
Hi, my name is Tikvah. I was born in South Africa and grew up there until my family moved to Mauritius, which is where I’ve lived for the past seven years of my life, but that’s another story. Going to the UK has always been a big dream of mine, and that’s the story I want to tell now; I hope you’ll read it to the end.
“Men can disdain our appeals, reject our message, oppose our arguments, despise us, but they can do nothing against our prayers.”