My name is Rahel Graf, I am the daughter of Werner Graf. I can also testify to what my father has written. He has often told us children how God had worked in his life, and we could see and experience it too.
I was sixteen when we moved to South Africa and had very mixed feelings about staying here. Thirteen years later, I now look back and my heart is full of gratefulness towards God and what He has done in my life. Although I grew up in a Christian family, I met up with the living God here at KwaSizabantu. I stayed here for months, never confessing my sins and no one pushed me. But there was a time when I knew God is giving me a choice: either I should make my life right with Him and follow Him with all my heart, or I should pack my bags and leave the mission. I knew I could not continue my hypocritical living. No one spoke to me; it was God Himself.
After wrestling for a while, I bowed and poured out my heart to God. I have only experienced support from the counsellors, they treat us like their own children. We can ask them for advice, prayer, and support, and they are always there for us. Here at the Mission, I have found the Lord, and He has given me a big supportive and loving family in the co-workers and other people that live here.