MIRACLE HEALING SAVES JESUINO’S LIFE!
Thursday at midnight I was called out for a medical emergency with Jesuino, our newest 16-month-old baby who is still immune challenged. He was in severe respiratory distress and sweating with fever. Medical personnel quickly got him treatment with antibiotics, a fever reducer, and a baby bronchodilator, BUT after 30 minutes, he was not responding as expected.
Our team prayed more specifically against the infection and for a miracle to clear his nasal passages so he could breathe.
Within minutes after this prayer, Jesuino’s respirations slowed, and he fell asleep in the arms of his foster mother. JESUS SAVED OUR LITTLE BOY! NO BABY has the strength to sustain that kind of breathing for very long.
HE AWOKE AT 4 A.M. AS IF NOTHING BAD HAPPENED!!! He was breathing normally, hungry, and ready to play! It was as if the infection never existed! As a pediatric ICU nurse in the USA, I can tell you that even with the latest in respiratory support, THAT KIND OF CURE DOESN’T HAPPEN IN 3 HOURS!
THANK YOU JESUS FOR TOUCHING BABY JESUINO WITH YOUR MIGHTY HEALING POWER!
Jesuino receives miracle from Jesus!
HOLY SPIRIT MAKING MELUCO RECONSTRUCTION HAPPEN!
BRIDGE-FIXERS for the broken Meluco bridge are busy working in Pemba to help with the destruction there. A BROKEN BRIDGE NEVER STOPPED OUR LORD JESUS when His children are in need.JESUS SENT HIS HOLY SPIRIT TO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN, and He doesn’t mess around!
Walk over bridge to Meluco. No problema!
Walking food and construction supplies across the Meluco River is NOW POSSIBLE! The WALKWAY will hold a man with a 50kg (110 lb) bag of food on his head. Challenging yes, but very possible.
Meluco side of bridge. Nothing like a muddy trek to build balance.
Our BALAMA STAFF CONTRIBUTED 70 SACKS OF FOOD for the Meluco orphans. Our Balama warehouse only contains enough food for our Balama orphans, as the 2019 harvest is just beginning.
A logging truck with our 4x4 BUILDING BEAMS needed in Meluco is still in the bush—IT RAN OUT OF FUEL! The truck owner is leaving by “taxi van”, as I write, to fetch fuel in another city. He should return on Sunday, and will then deliver the 120 building beams needed for the warehouse by Tuesday.
140 EXTRA STRONG TIN SHEETS will be delivered Tuesday night to Montepuez, 30 miles (60 km) from Balama. Our truck will fetch them early Wednesday morning before proceeding to Meluco.
A SECURE FUEL STATION on the outgoing side of the river will allow our team to park our truck there while rebuilding the warehouse.
A 10-TON TRUCK, also stuck on the Meluco side, will meet our 7‑ton truck crew on Wednesday at the river. This truck will carry the food and building supplies to our mission station. The carpenter crew can then begin the reconstruction on THURSDAY (May 16).
The Meluco warehouse desperately needs a “redo”.
YOUR URGENT HELP IS NEEDED! A donor sent funds for the building supplies, but $1,500 is still needed to pay for these 3 trucks and warehouse reconstruction costs. No gift is too small, so we thank you ahead of time for helping us.
BALAMA GRAPHITE MINE FIGHTING MALARIA IN A REAL WAY
With our budget stretched to the limit, this gift is a true blessing to our Balama children. SYRAH/TWIGG RESOURCES surprised us last week with boxes of TREATED mosquito nets and citronella soap to help prevent malaria.
SYRAH RESOURCES fighting Malaria in a real way.
Malaria mosquitos do their best biting from 4pm to dawn. Bathing with this soap and sleeping under a treated mosquito net prevents these mosquitoes from doing their dastardly deed.
THANK YOU TO THE SYRAH/TWIGG RESOURSES FOR HELPING PROTECT OUR FAMILIES FROM MALARIA.
TOGETHER, WE ARE SAVING GOD’S CHILDREN!
SYRAH donates mosquito nets and citronela soap to orphans.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF