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 they are very fine and blessed
I am also fine. I will be celebrating my birthday on 08th June and thank God for adding another year to my life
One correction from the last report. I am currently undertaking an AFMIN diploma rather than a degree – although, by God’s grace, I may continue with my studies to degree level once my diploma is complete.
By the grace of God 220 souls were saved
By the grace of God out of 1584 admitted 1436 got healed.
How many on the ministry team?
We are still 30 committed members
What next for this Outreach?
We continue with Sunday ward outreach.
Mondays – Thursdays – ward follow ups to new converts
Wednesdays we have members of staff lunch hour fellowship
Saturdays we visit discharged patients at home on appointment
A lady in ward 4 (Labour ward) was 1 month over due. After giving her life to the Lord she had a successful cesarean and the wound healed quickly
A young man in ward 9 (male surgical ward) was run over by a car whilst trying to save someone from being run over and he fractured his leg. After giving his life to Jesus Christ he had a successful operation
A young Jehovah’s witness lady in ward 2 (Female gynae ward) had lower abdominal pains. After giving her life to the Lord she was instantly healed and was discharged the following day.
A young man in ward 6 (male general ward) was vomiting each time he took food due to a fever. He had been in hospital 1 week with no sign of improvement. After giving his life to Jesus Christ he recovered and was discharged after 2 days.
A man in ward 9 (Male surgical ward) was involved in a motorbike accident where he had a head on collision with a car and fractured his leg. After giving his life to Jesus he had a successful operation and was discharged a few days later
Monthly stationary – K 200
Monthly talk time – K 150
Monthly support – K 1000
Please pray for:
God’s wisdom and knowledge
Unity within the team to continue
God to meet patients needs whilst they are in hospital (medication and food for themselves and their family carers)
God to also meet their needs when they are discharged (money for transport home for eg)
The above photo shows Sister Tamara with a lady who had a successful cesarean after a 10 month pregnancy
We continue thanking God that most of the people we minister to on a Sunday are discharged within the week.
We also remain grateful for our supporters – TTN Australia, Operation Lift and TTN Zambia. God richly bless them and their families. We wish them long life.