|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“
DATE: AUGUST 15, 2020
AND THE LAME SHALL WALK!
Pastor Alberto, in Namuno District, reported that a woman named, Julietta, HADN’T WALKED IN 3 MONTHS due to a severe back injury which occurred right after she gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Her family are Jesus believers, so they transported her from a remote village deep in the bush to where Pastor Alberto has his church.
TEN MINUTES AFTER PASTOR ALBERTO PRAYED FOR HER, THE LORD JESUS HEALED HER BACK COMPLETELY! SHE GOT UP FROM HER GRASS MAT AND WALKED!!! (sound familiar?)
Julietta with her infant daughter a few days after the Lord healed her back.
Alberto called me today to say she is now able to haul water on her head from the local river, and enjoys playing with her little girl. THANK YOU JESUS FOR THIS MIRACLE HEALING!
The family and villagers were greatly impacted and are PRAISING JESUS, for many knew of this woman’s inability to walk. She had been told by medical personnel, that they could do nothing for her.
FYI: The photo of Julietta and her little girl was taken and hand carried by Pastor Alberto to me via his motorbike. TWENTY-FOUR MILES (40km), ONE WAY, as their internet wouldn’t send it. I am very grateful for Alberto, for he is a true “man of faith” and truly knows that NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR OUR LORD.
TRIPLETS THRIVING AT 5 MONTHS!
It is now warm enough to weigh the babies without clothing, so wanted to show you what your BABY FORMULA LOVE GIFTS are doing for the infants of Balama. Marcia and Marcelino each weigh in at 13.2 lbs (6kg), while brother Marcelo weighs 13.75lbs (6.25kg). Love and good food keep these babies healthy!
Triplets Marcia, Marcelino, and Marcelo showing off their chubby 5 month old bodies.
Will update you on the other triplets later this month, as they are slowly gaining weight after their respiratory illness that caused them to be admitted to the Balama hospital.
BONIFACY LEARNING SEVERAL TRADES
Bonifacy, now 20, is a special needs young man who is mentally slow. But that didn’t stop him from helping his Grandma around the house, as well as harvesting her produce from her little farming field.
Grandma Severina took in her 5 orphaned grandchildren when they were all small children. Two of her grandsons were mentally slow, but that didn’t stop her from teaching them how to do the basics of farming, mud brick making, and fetching water from the local well.
The ever-smiling Bonifacy with sack of Mandioca root on his head.
I captured the photo of Bonifacy was last week as he returned from Granny’s farm with a sack of fresh Mandioca Root on his head. This young man ALWAYS has a BIG SMILE on his face! I’m very proud of Granny Severina and Bonifacy for teaming up to take care of the younger children in her home.
WITH GOD AND PATIENCE, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF