A House For Gete


Hello friends!

I just felt it would be good to give everybody an update on my good friend Henok and his mother Gete.

If you don’t know what in the world I am talking about, clicking this link to a post I wrote a few months ago should give you some context ๐Ÿ™‚

I also wanted to give a huge thank you to all those who have donated! Your generosity is so greatly appreciated. It has really amazed me how many people have given, even out of their dwindling bank accounts. It has amazed me how many “starving” college students have helped. It’s really encouraging to see so many people come together!

And there has been some great progress using these donated funds! Praise God ๐Ÿ™‚

This is Gete’s house so far:


A new safe house for Gete!

Here is a picture of Gete, Henok, and their friend Justus:


Gete and Henok are still $1200 dollars short of being able to finish building this house for Gete. They’ve recently had to stop progress on the house due to insufficient funds. So if you want to take part in helping build this house for Gete, your help is needed and would be greatly appreciated!

If you want some more info about the situation or more pictures and updates, here is the link to the “A House For Gete” facebook page: Like this facebook page!

And If you are willing to donate, here is a link to the ย FundRazr campaign (it is very secure and legit, I have donated myself using it): donate here ๐Ÿ™‚

Any amount is greatly appreciated and is helpful

You can also help by praying, and by sharing the websites and these posts!

Thanks so much for taking the time to read and support ๐Ÿ™‚


3 thoughts on “A House For Gete

  1. I’ve sent it to FB and when I get paid next week I’ll come back and make a donation. Sometimes it’s good to remember that something small can do something big. Thanks for sharing.


      • It’s nothing – something small for us can make a huge difference in a country like that. We can’t fix everything (wish we could) but when something like this comes along direct to your door so to speak it’s important to do what you can. I especially admire the group ‘Doctors without Borders’, they go to some dangerous places but what they do changes lives.


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