|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“|
DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2022
BBC LEADERS CONTINUE TO SERVE
Carlitos and Daniel are 2 of our BBC leaders who serve by taking food twice a month on their BBC motorbikes to 9 orphans living in a remote mountain area south of our mission station. On a clear day, I can actually see the area they are going to, but getting there by road is another matter. Motorbikes make it easily, where even 4 wheel drive would get stuck in the rainy season since the road floods.
BBC LEADERS, Carlitos and Daniel loading up food for 9 Orphans living in a very remote mountain area.
These 2 men made the 40km/24 mile distance in 3 hours yesterday, which is good for that road. Once there, they check on the 9 youngsters, and found them in need of new clothes. Upon hearing their report, I sent them to the market on a clothes-buying mission. Those clothes will be delivered TODAY, provided there is no rain.
YOUR LOVE GIFTS AT WORK!
Each week, our 17 teenagers volunteer 2 hours to help keep our mission’s moringa orchards and soccer field clean and safe. Clearing away all grass, leaving only the sandy loam soil, means snakes can’t hide there! That’s a very good thing since 99.9% of African snakes carry some form of poison. Picking Moringa is a cooking task of the teen girls, so they make sure the “team” keeps it VERY CLEAN!
Teenagers in our program clean up the Moringa orchard this week.
Motto of Rural Mozambique: A clean yard, is a safe yard. It’s a task every Balama household performs early each morning.
17 teens in all, they make a powerful work force.
FEBRUARY IS ALMOST OVER. MARCH WILL HOPEFULLY SEE THE REDUCTION OF HEAVY RAINS SO THE CORN AND BEANS WON’T ROT ON THE STALKS.
JOIN US IN PRAYING IN A GREAT HARVEST, FOR THE NEED IS GREAT!
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF