In 2015 Pure & Faultless established Rahab’s Corner, a sanctuary for vulnerable women and girls in Uganda: young single moms, the hopeless, abuse and trauma survivors. This home provides them a safe place to live as they establish a new path for their life. Because each resident has a unique story and a unique dream, our Ugandan team works to identify what each individual person needs, and that might include furthering their education, vocational training, mentoring and counseling, or reuniting them with family, among other things. After each woman completes their customized program, they are prepared to be successfully resettled and impact their world for the glory of God.
In partnering with us, you participate in coming alongside each woman and girl to provide what is needed to help them be restored to the original design God intended them to be. With God’s grace and your help, we can love these girls like Jesus would, right where they are, and help them restart their life.
There are several different ways to partner with Rahab’s Corner: monthly sponsorships, one-time gifts, prayer support, and bringing awareness about Rahab’s Corner to your community.
Thank you for your support! Donate to the general fund for Rahab’s Corner in Uganda or sponsor a woman or child.
Why Rahab’s Corner?
Old Testament scripture introduces us to Rahab, a woman who was prostituted and learned to know and love God. Even while yet a sinner, Rahab opened her home to God’s men who were sent to spy on Jericho. Joshua 2:1. Rahab offered a safe place. Because of her good works and belief in the one true God, Rahab and her family were spared the destruction of Jericho.
Like Rahab, we offer a safe place for women and girls in Uganda who desire freedom. By Rahab’s example, we pray the enemy would loose his grip on these women and they would be set free to worship God in spirit and truth. For “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” Romans 10:13.
“Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:18-19
For more information on how we began, read Broken Dreams and Glass Houses on our blog.