We purchased a piece of land in 2016 for the new Girls Transition House and prayed that we would be able to build the hostels and kitchen, so the girls could move in before school started the next year. God answered our prayers and the day before school started the girls moved into the new center. There is a village care center for the elementary age children and once the girls graduate from that center, they come to the Girls Transition House in the city where there are better schools and more opportunities for vocational training. The girls in the ministry come from all different backgrounds. Some are orphans, some have been kicked out of their homes and are living on the street, and some come from severe poverty. The ministry provides them with a home, food, education, love, discipleship and vocational training. A large part of the land at the center is for farming. Fruit trees have been planted and the girls have planted a garden growing many different kinds of vegetables. Large sections of the land are for seasonal crops like corn, rice, potatoes, millet, peanuts and other crops. The girls are being trained in farming and the hope is that they can grow their own food, so the center will be self-sustaining. The girls are also raising animals such as chickens, rabbits and fish to help provide other needed food. All of the girls are going to school, but we have some that are not capable of learning in a regular school setting, so they receive education classes at the center. Our goal is that every girl will be trained in a skill, so that they can support themselves when they leave the center. Our next phase in the building project is a vocational training center located on the compound. This center would provide training in skills such as sewing, hair and nails, baking, computer training and adult education classes. These classes would also be available for girls and women in the community. Our prayer is that we can love, educate, disciple and train these girls so they will be able to support themselves and manage the challenges of life in Nigeria when they leave the center.