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As we all know that every first Saturday of September of each year we celebrate and remember our departed parents both known and unknown. This years memorial ceremony was celebrated by Reverend Mutasa (our father) and a new theme was presented.Although few people attended the ceremony because of the pandemic,the day was exciting and the new members read letters to their late parents informing them how they came to meet a new family and that their lives have changed completely. Below here is the annual theme and the photos we took on our special day.

Father Mutasa burning the letters.

During mass ceremony

Carlotta reading her letter

Mazvita presenting his letter.

Suzzana reading her letter

Tariro Youth Project’s 2020/2021 Theme

*Trusting the process, enduring change, strengthening our hope and soaring like an eagle*

Now that we are “In step with God and out of step with the world” our trust lies sorely in the Lord. This year as Tariro Youth Project, we are drawing our strength and inspiration from Isaiah 40 vs 31 –

*”they that wait upon the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not be weary, they will walk and not be faint”*

With everything that has been happening in Zimbabwe and the world (Covid-19, Climate change, discrimination, human rights violations, civil and international wars, socioeconomic meltdown etc.) It is the young man or woman of God who are prepared to admit their weakness and capacities that they may be enabled by Him to draw from the bottomless well of His everlasting supply, and drink deeply from the living waters of God’s super-abundant provision.

It is then that the spiritual battery is regenerated and renewed by Christ’s limitless power, enabling us to run the straight race – and in His strength, to run in such as way as to win the prize, for the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.

Lord, this year;

*1. Help Us Soar Like an Eagle*
When God says that we can soar on wings like an eagle, He is not suggesting that we attempt unassisted aerials. He wants us to soar spiritually in our daily walk with Him.

*“But those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.”* Isaiah 40:31

Waiting on the Lord for renewed strength is often difficult. In the midst of hardships, the concept of soaring above them can seem impossible. Without God’s help, it is. He reminds us though, that all birds, even eagles, must learn to fly. With His help, we can learn to soar

Lord, this year;

*2. We Must Face the Headwinds*
*“Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil for You are with me”* Psalm 23:4

Storms and difficulties are like headwinds that blow in upon our lives, sometimes with gale -forced strength. As eagles face headwinds, we must learn to face ours head-on, knowing that God is with us as we do.

Lord, this year;

*3. We Must Rest on God’s Strength*
*“…Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might”* Ephesians 6:10

Although we do not have literal wings, we can rest upon God. He stretched out His arms on the cross to conquer the gravitational pull of sin’s curse on our behalf. We can rest secure in the shadow of His wings, knowing His arms are capable of lifting us up above any problem we face.

Lord, this year;

*4. We Must Let God Lift Us*
*“Humble yourselves before the Lord, and He will lift you up”* James 4:10

Just as lift results from air pressure changes, God lifts us by changing our perspective in the storm, and reversing the dynamics of our situations for good. Rather than allowing the pressures of our problems to sink us, we can trust in God, who is greater. With His power and love under-girding us, we can with renewed hope and courage rise up, even when things look their bleakest.

Lord, this year;

*5. We Must Allow God To Sustain Us*
*“Surely God is my help; the Lord is the one who sustains me”* Psalm 54:4

Just as an eagle needs the assistance of air currents and winds to maintain altitude, we need God’s help to continue soaring. With the wind of His Spirit in us, and the warmth of His love surrounding us, we can rise above any problem. We can soar.

 We would like to express our gratitude to all the supporters and donors as well as our trustees for your continuous generosity and support.


Thank You.