|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“DATE: APRIL 25, 2020|
Baby Rosalina, the triplet hospitalized last week with malaria at 14 days of age, has made a miraculous recovery! I found out after publishing last week’s blog, that the mother chose to take her out of hospital BEFORE she completed the 6 doses of IV malaria treatment. This is usually a death sentence for an infant. Our staff prayed for her, and Jesus healed her! Gaining a record 400 gms since April16th, (about 14 oz.), there is no doubt that she received a miracle healing. Normal weight gain/week is usually half that!
Baby Rosalina received a healing touch from Jesus.
THANK YOU JESUS FOR YOUR HEALING OF BABY ROSALINA! Rosalina’s sister, Rainata, as well as the other set of triplets, all showed healthy weight gains this week which put a smile on everyone’s face. These 5 babies are off to a good start in life thanks to Jesus and your Love Gifts that make it possible.
Triplet Baby Marcia with her big sister who cares for her.
BALAMA BUSINESSMAN BLESSES OUR CHILDREN
We are grateful to our friend, who desires to be anonymous, for contributing 40kg (88 lbs.) of rice and 30 liters of cooking oil to our children. They celebrated this week by having rice with goat meat that our own goat herd provided. God surely looks after His precious little ones.
Balama motorbike parts store donates rice and cooking oil to our children.
ZIPPY ZITO BEATING THE ODDS, THANKS TO JESUS!
ZITO’S hip continues to need a daily dressing change with a small bandage, but is showing great improvement, much to the amazement of our Doctor. Zippy Zito drives himself via his adult tricycle to all our childrens programs, and listens intently to our school tutors. With school on recess due to CV19, our Pastors continue to “home school” our children just as many parents are doing these days. The Lord Jesus has truly blessed this young man.
Zito remains healthy and happy despite what the Doctor predicted.
FREQUENT HANDWASHING, THE NEW NORMAL
No matter how young, all our children have learned to wash their hands upon entering one of our homes and at the teaching/food distribution center. An adult handles the water and soap so that it doesn’t accidentally get contaminated. Clean hands help to keep our children healthier.
Santos learning handwashing with Foster Mother Felimina.
Carlitos Jorge helping our Foster Mothers wash their hands before entering our food distribution. Blessings, Bush Bunny Brenda Lange And the Balama Staff