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 we are all fine. I thank God for the unity we have within our family and pray that it would continue. I also pray that God would do new things in our family – especially concerning the businesses family members are running.
By the grace of God 122 patients were saved
Out of 1000+ 900+ got healed
How many on the ministry team?
We are 30 committed members
What next for this Outreach?
We continue with Sunday ward outreach and ward visitation on Monday to Thursday.
We also have lunch hour fellowship with members of staff and undertake home visitation on Saturdays as required
On some Saturdays we also have a time of prayer and fasting where we lift up patients, their families, staff members, ourselves and our families
A young woman in ward 4 (maternity ward) gave birth to a premature baby boy (premature by 2 months). The baby was very under weight and was not gaining. When breastfeeding the milk was coming out from the baby’s nose and mouth. After giving her life to Christ the baby immediately began to improve and both mother and child were discharged after two days.
An elderly Jehovah Witness lady had a 4 year old grand daughter in ward 8 (children’s ward) who had not gone to the toilet for four days. After the grandmother gave her life to Christ the child got better and was discharged the following day.
A young man in ward 6 (male general ward) who had a terrible fever for three days. After he and the mother gave their lives to Christ he got well and was discharged.
A young lady in ward 1 (female general ward) who had a headache and fever. After giving her life to Jesus Christ she got well and was discharged the following day.
Monthly stationary – K200
Monthly talk time – K150
Monthly support – K1000
Please continue to pray for God’s wisdom and knowledge to prevail as we minister in His name and that unity would continue in the ministry.
Please also pray that the needs of patients and their relatives would be met, both whilst in hospital and when discharged
Please also pray for commitment levels at the Wednesday staff fellowship group.
The first photograph shows Sister Tamara handing over baby clothes to the mother of the premature baby mentioned in the testimonies earlier. These clothes were donated by Jacqueline and Tia (TTN Australia).
The second photo is showing Connie Mukosha, one of the hospital ministry members, and a lady from TTN Australia ministering to a mother who had an overdue baby and, after prayers, underwent a normal delivery
We continue thanking God for the physical and spiritual support received from Operation Lift, TTN Australia and TTN Zambia.
God bless you and your families.