Adonai Trust reaches out to inmates

Bank Windhoek and Adonai Trust have joined hands to host Money Map training sessions for close to 200 inmates at four correctional facilities across the country. The first two-week session commenced at Walvis Bay on Monday, 17 September and will conclude on Sunday, 30 September.

Themed ‘Your journey to financial freedom,’ the Money Map training covers a variety of topics that will educate the inmates on financial, spiritual and mental fitness as they serve their sentences and beyond. Its main purpose is to guide individual inmates to achieve a biblical, joyful and stress-free financial future.
Adonai Trust’s co-founder, Sanet Vermeulen, briefly expanded on the initiative and its history. “Crown Money Map was a team effort of like-minded individuals who are passionate about seeing the millions of subsistence farmers and entrepreneurs in Africa are becoming financially free. It is based on the Money Map created by Crown Financial Ministries. In this version, the timeless principles of God’s word concerning money can now resonate in the heart of the African farmer, entrepreneur, and parent. Although presented in an African setting, it can be used worldwide. This Money Map’s clear financial goals are inspiring and the reality of the obstacles to reach them is challenging but attainable,” she said.
After the first session, three more seminars are scheduled to take place at the following correctional facilities:
· Divundu: Monday, 15 until Sunday, 21 October.
· Elizabeth Nempembe: Monday, 22 until Sunday, 28 October.
· Keetmanshoop: Monday, 12 until Sunday, 18 November.
Bank Windhoek’s Sponsorship and Events Coordinator, Suzette January, said that the Bank is delighted to have supported Adonai Trust with this initiative.
“Participating inmates should grasp this opportunity and learn as much as they can during the sessions. We wish them the best for the future,” she said.
Adonai, Hebrew meaning for ‘God Is My Lord’, aims to educate nations to live the character of Christ by applying biblical principles, conduct business, career and financial matters faithfully and with integrity.
“The content of the Money Map is life-changing, especially when inmates implement it in their own lives, it is about more than just financial principles,” concluded Vermeulen.

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