the Hope of Survivors

New Volunteer for Victim Support Services

(From the July 2009 edition of HopeSpeak)

Josephine MweuWe are pleased to introduce you to Josephine Mweu who has been volunteering as one of our victim support service representatives since May.

Josephine was born in Kenya. She worked with Voice of Prophecy as an administrative secretary before she accompanied her husband to the U.K for further studies. She is married to Frederick and they have two children ages 21 and 24. Frederick went through Baraton University and completed a BST in Education. He has served the Lord as a teacher and elder. Josephine has served as a Family Life Director and Women’s Ministry leader in her local churches. When Josephine and the family arrived in the UK in 2000, Frederick was diagnosed with cancer. Although he could not continue with his studies, Josephine was able to complete her BA in Biblical Counseling.

They have a passion for working with the church. Both have had an experience of trusting God even in the midst of uncertainties. It has been their ambition to spend the remaining time of their lives ministering to the broken hearted.

Welcome aboard Josephine! We trust that God will use you to bless those you minister to on behalf of The Hope of Survivors.

The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart...Psalms 34:18