Updates from the field – by Tamara Lungu
This mail was sent direct from the TTN Ministries ministry team on-site in Africa.
Distance to Ministry
Type of Ministry Church Planting
How is the Family?
By the grace of God Dad and Mum are doing very fine. We are seeing the hand of God in our family, in that we are all living in divine heath this is all about his unfailing grace.
By the Grace of God 104 patient got saved
Out of 900 plus 800 plus got healed
How many on the ministry team?
We are 30 committed memebers
What next for this Outreach?
We continue with Sunday ward outreach, Monday to Thursdays ward follow-ups to new converts, Wednesdays lunch hour fellowship with members of staff and Saturdays home visitation when required.
An old man in ward 9 ( male surgical ward) who had a fracture on his left leg for two weeks, after giving his life to Jesus Christ he got well and was discharged after two days
A lady in ward 8( children's ward) whose baby had fever for three weeks, after the mother gave her life to Jesus Christ ,the baby got healed and was discharged the following day. the mother went home rejoicing
A young girl in ward 7( Female and children under 14 surgical ward) whose stomach was swollen due to twisted intestines, after she and the mother gave their lives to Jesus Christ she had a successful operation and was discharged after three days
A young lady in ward 2 (gynea) ward who had sores in her two Fallopian tubes for one month, after giving her life to Jesus Christ she got healed and was discharged after two days, she went home rejoicing
Monthly stationery———————- k 300
Monthly talk time———————— k 150
Monthly support————————— k 1000
Gods wisdom and knowledge to continue in the ministry
Unity amongest members of the ministry members of staff, patients and their relatives to continue.
God to meet patients and their relatives needs whilst in hospital and after they are discharged
God to do something new in the ministry and to raise more committed laborers
The first pictures shows how God has been answering our prayers in that one of the wards almost all the patients beds are empty. The second one shows one of the beneficiaries of donated wheel chairs in ward 9(male surgical ward) whose both legs were amputated below the knees because of old age and due to dry gangrene with sister Tamara behind him, he was very grateful for the wheel chair which was donated to him. The third one shows sister Tamara praying for the old man i ward 9 ( male surgical ward) who had a fracture on his left leg and whose testimony is above.
We continue thanking God and praying for our supporters and their families TTN Austria, Operation Lift and TTN Zambia, May God perfects what concerns you. Psalm138:8. Stay blessed thanks