Greeting in the Name of Jesus,
2016 has really become jam packed, I just find myself waking out the door for work early in the morning then buy the time the work is done its dark.
On personal front, Angie and I are working hard for the future we working toward the day that as family we would not need to draw any cost from the ministry. My hope is that we would be able to put not just 100 percent into ministry but even draw extra out of businesses, I think we all agree surely we are close to the end of days, so our mission to reach the lost weighs heavily that’s what is driving us. So yes, the work load has increased but we are driven.
As my mate says ” the reward for hard work is more hard work”.
In follow up from our Nigerian trip, we are able to sow 1000 dollars this month for food, clothes, medicine and mozzie nets. Dr Ferdinand has revisited a number of the displaced people’s camps one was children’s home and the other one for widows made donations and ran medical outreaches.
- Displaced children
- Camp for widows and family
- Over and above this outreaching to the disabled
As ministry we will step up and look to load and ship a container into Nigeria again this summer.
At home in Zambia, now the election is over we have done outreaches a plenty, Siavonga, Lukunga swamps, Kaputa. We have seen well over thousand salvation a this month with hundreds healed and set free.
- Chaplin’s have been busy Tamara has been out doing AFMIN ( bible college) Pastor Chileqwa has been growing the outreach into the NDOLA hospital.
- Outreach team
- Bed Side Ministry
One of the many projects we have been involved in is the set up of Caleb’s house, this centre focusing Autism its early days but a building has been rented and we are in the process of getting up to operational standards.
For me, it has been huge learning curve. I am learning daily about Autism and what it takes to be a parent with an autistic child. Personally, we are not personally affect but as we look deeper we find that very little or no help is available it is an area of huge need that needs attention. Statistically one child in every 50-100 children are on the autistic spectrum here, sadly those children are just labeled as naughty and treated so.
This gives us the chance not only help but impact families in needs change the future of hundreds of families.
So for us one more opportunity to help step up and make the difference.
In the coming Days, our containers arrive here in Zambia and Swaziland, which is totally awesome and exciting as we will directly impact the lives of thousands of people. Because God Love is ” UNCONTAINED ”
In His Grip,
Director of To The Nations Ministries