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Bol and Rial are refugees fleeing with their daughter, Nyagak, from war-torn South Sudan. They brave stormy waters on an overcrowded motorboat, along with fellow refugees traversing the perilous English Channel from France in search of a better life. Although they survive the treacherous crossing, their daughter and many others do not. When they are finally granted probational asylum in Britain three months later, the government assigns them a shabby house with peeling walls and dismal furnishings on the outskirts of London. They are given strict restrictions or they may face deportation. They experience racism and hatred from their tenement neighbours. They are met by their case worker Mark, who tells them he hopes they are two of \"the good ones.\"
Rial figures out that the evil in the house is an apeth or \"night witch.\" She tells Bol the story of a poor man in her village who accidentally stole from an apeth by the river. When the thief built his home, the apeth moved in with him and haunted him. Rial believes that an apeth has followed them and if they repay their debt, the apeth will bring Nyagak back to them. However it is not immediately clear what the \"debt\" is. Bol burns everything they brought with them, but the apeth continues to torment him and the couple's relationship deteriorates. He goes to Mark and requests new accommodation under the guise that their unit is infested with rats, but is unable to convince him. Bol tears apart the house looking for the apeth, which threatens the couple's chances of staying in the UK when Mark discovers the damage. Rial tells Bol that she wants to leave. Bol locks Rial in the house and summons the apeth himself, who calls him a thief and claiming that Bol has stolen a life that was not his to take. The apeth offers Bol a deal: his life for Nyagak's, but he refuses this offer, resulting in Bol being forced into a state of catatonia.
Rial escapes the house but finds herself inexplicably back in South Sudan in a familiar classroom. She is reunited with old friends, who are revealed in a further flashback to be victims of a horrendous massacre. Rial was able to survive by hiding. Bol finds her and they escape as violence grips the region, but find that a bus they need to board would only let people with children on. Desperate, Bol sees Nyagak in the crowd and abducts her, falsely claiming that she is their daughter. The couple get on the bus and escape, leaving Nyagak's real mother behind as gunfire erupts. Later, when crossing the rough sea, Nyagak and others fall overboard. Neither Bol nor Rial reaches her in time. Having accepted what they did, Bol decides to repay the debt to the apeth and tells Rial. Bol starts to let the apeth into his skin and Nyagak enters the room and returns to Rial. Rial chooses to save Bol instead of accepting this alternative reality, by slitting the apeth's throat.
Later, Mark comes to inspect the house to find it repaired. Bol and Rial tell him they have chosen to stay and make it their new home. They say Rial killed the witch that haunted them, which Mark finds funny. Bol says they decided to live with the ghosts of their past from South Sudan, including Nyagak.
We have 54 beds in 3 shelters that provide a safe place to stay for families. Residents can stay 4 to 6 months, in a home-like environment, while they establish themselves in a career and build up savings in order to transition into permanent housing. We house over 150 men, women and children each year in a spirit of dignity and love through our three residences.
An intergenerational home-sharing program for students and homeowners aged 55+, the first of its kind in Orange County. This program matches homeowners that have an available room to rent with a college student in need of an affordable place to live. In exchange for reduced rent, up to $500 a month, the student will provide up to 5 hours of household chores or companionship.
We do not regard His House as a \"Treatment center\" or \"halfway house,\" but for purposes of comparison and understanding only, the level of care provided, as defined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine, closely mirrors their dimension of care as an ASAM 3.5 facility.
This Friday, Netflix is set to stream His House. It's a slow-burn drama/horror/thriller. A displaced South Sudanese couple are given a house to stay in when they arrive in England, if they meet insane conditions: no guests, no pets, no balls, etc.
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Ministry was largely the result of efforts by elder George Wilson, who first came up with the idea of a comprehensive and systematic benevolent program. He was assisted early on by his wife Rose and fellow elder Maurice Lawson and wife Lois. By the time the ministry began operations, many more helpers had signed on. With full support of the eldership, the ministry outgrew the original house and moved into the current building in 2011.
the inventory, and record-keeping requires over 100 labor-hours a week. To insure efficient service, clients are first interviewed to determine their needs, then are directed to the clothing room where they \"shop\" while their requests for food and housewares are processed simultaneously. Approximately two dozen workers are present during hours of operation to interview or assist clients, fill orders, and keep records. Others come before or after operating hours to sort clothing or store other donations or purchases. A vital part of the \"business\" of His House is to tell its clients about God and His Son. Each Monday and Thursday visitors are led in a devotional and encouraged to study the Bible through correspondence or online courses. 781b155fdc