Josh and Belinda founded Sepheo in Lesotho, Africa, in 2013. Sepheo identifies, reintegrates and educates children living and begging on the streets in the capital, Maseru. Since they started, the population of children on the streets has been reduced dramatically. They started a school especially for those who had fallen behind in their education. It is a place of love and healing where children can catch up at their own pace. It is a place of the second chance where children find their purpose.
Their ministry work also includes supporting local churches and other ACCI missionaries with weekly Bible study materials. The small group ministry has seen hundreds of un-churched and un-saved reached with the Gospel message.
"We know it’s audacious, but we believe it’s possible. Sepheo is the local word for purpose. We want to see every child off the streets and living out their purpose. We do not treat the surface issues of poverty alone, but identify what has driven the child to the street and focus our effort there. With support, children - and families, where they exist - choose and implement their own solutions."