Philemon is a graduate of the second-year class. Early in 2017, he received an income-generating start-up grant of $250. He began selling shoes and clothing items in a local market and within three months, Philemon began turning a profit in his business, living independently and for the first time since his parents died he is consistently having three meals a day.
Philemon has also taken in his young cousin who is also an orphan and is helping pay his school fees. Philemon is helping guide this young man in the work of the Lord.
Nsowfa is operating a small restaurant with two other MASTERS students. The restaurant has become known as God’s Kitchen She because people come to the restaurant not only for a meal, but for prayer, encouragement and to hear about the love of Jesus. This is what the MASTERS program is about – an experience of the Kingdom of God on Earth.