They came to the States, to seek Medical treatment. They were also told that her son would be unable to attend school in Nigeria, because they didn't have a way to help manage his diabetes at school. She managed to get her boys enrolled in school in the United States, while staying with an extended family member in the greater Atlanta area.
Issac graduated with top honors, and at just seventeen, was accepted on a 50% scholarship to Mercer University. He is majoring in Engineering.
Everything was going fairly well, when the extended family member they were living with discovered serious black mold in his basement, where Sara and her son were living. It was obvious they could not continue to live there. So, they moved out, and are presently living in an extended stay hotel, and are considered homeless. This is not a safe, nor desirable place to live for the next year and a half, until Israel can graduate.
Supo, is flying to the States tomorrow, to spend some much needed time with his family. The boys haven't seen their father in quite some time. This will be a few weeks they can enjoy each other's company, and make the most of their present situation.
This is a family that lives by Faith. Believing God will provide for them, and walking in obedience to His calling on their lives.
So how can you help?
I would love to shower this family with notes of encouragement, and GIFT CARDS. Any amount, for places like wal-mart, or restaurants, or gas, or groceries, or tickets to do something fun in Atlanta while Supo is visiting. Just to have fun, and make life less stressful. They NEED to have some family fun!
We are also working on finding this family a permanent living situation. As well as transportation, and would also love to pay Issac's remaining balance for his education through the end of the year.
If you are interested in helping, please leave your email address in the comments below, and I will send you the information on where to send Notes of Encouragement and gift cards. Or, if you would like to bless the family in a different way. Thank you friends!