Success at Rapha House
Written by Kerry Decker | Thursday, October 20, 2011
Category: Reflections & Meditations
Our motto at our Freedom Center—the vocational training program at Rapha House—is simple: We are successful when the girls that we serve are successful.
This does not mean that we do everything for our girls while they sit back and wait to become successful. They know that they must learn a trade and how to present themselves to the public. They know that they must learn to be good employees or how to run a business and how to manage their money. And they know that they must work hard and have a positive attitude. They know that if they do their part, then we will do our part to help them find success.
One way that we help some of our girls is by starting them in business. However, all girls who complete our program receive assistance to start their new lives.
At Rapha House our definition of success is clear: Success means that our girls will become spiritual and free women with reasonable economic and emotional stability. At Rapha House, we work hard to help our girls succeed. But we couldn’t do that without you. You are the key to their success. Your prayers and financial support makes all the difference. And two more young women in Cambodia now realize just how big a difference you’re making. Thank you so much!
The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern. (Proverbs 29:7)