|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“
DATE: DECEMBER 3, 2022
|NOVEMBER ENDS WITH MANY VISITORS
Visitors talking to mothers at houses 6 & 7
On the 30th our staff graciously received a mixed group of people representing the Justice Department, UNICEF, Social Services, and the District Hospital. Their purpose was to visit our homes as well as teach us how to organize a temporary guardianship for our resident children.
The visitors seem to appreciate our homes, and left just before dark on the 30th. They left questionnaires for each of our 57 resident children, giving our children’s staff a “paper party” for the next few days.
Office staff L to R. Fatima, Anna, Fred, Whitey, and Office Manager Capena, far right
BBC TEAMS CHALLENGING EVEN THE LITTLE ONES TO PARTICIPATE
Teaching the little ones to play tug o’ war.
Boys love the intense competition of 4‑way tug o’ war.
With the rainy season upon us (it’s raining as I write this), the BBC team is using every dry day to reach as many children as possible.
The motorbike team touch 6,834+ children each 2 weeks with the gospel. Result: 556 salvations in 8 villages.
The bicycle team meet with over 3,437 children each week. Result: 2,081 salvations in 8 villages. KEEP YOUR PRAYERS COMING for these teams as we continue to disciple these children on a weekly basis.
Teaching the children to pray for the sick.
15 VILLAGE PASTORS shared the gospel with over 2,000 people of all ages this month.
Salvations for November:
Children 466 (combined number from Sunday School and Bawana games activities)
GOD IS MOVING IN A VERY STRONG WAY AMONG THE YOUTH OF BALAMA.
Please keep all of us in prayer, as we will be praying for you during this holiday month.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF