|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“
DATE: OCTOBER 2, 2021
“ON FIRE” PASTORS REAPING A HARVEST
At the end of each month, our 14 remote Village Pastors converge on our Balama mission station to report what has happened in the last 30 days. End of September completed the 3rd quarter of this year, meaning it was food distribution time for these men who receive a quarterly food allowance, thanks to a generous donor.
Half the Village Pastors with their food gifts behind them.
The purpose? All these men are farmers, but raising enough food to feed your family throughout the year is a full-time job, leaving little time for the Lord’s work.
The other half of our Pastoral group.
FYI: October is peak dry season when little grows due to a lack of water. This is why our food distribution to orphans from August to November is so vital to the orphaned and vulnerable children we assist.
PASTORAL QUARTERLY REPORT
Includes 1 blind man who began to see after prayer, and 1 Witch Doctor whose leg injury healed up after prayer. All medical help had failed.
1 Witch Hut was burned in Namara after a different Witch Doctor and her family came to the Lord. Yes, most Witch Doctors in our area are women.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US, SO OUR TEAM CAN CONTINUE SHARING THE LOVE OF JESUS WITH EVERYONE THEY MEET.
FYI: Our churches are now open with a limit of 50 inside at a time. Outdoor meetings, which we prefer, can have up to 100 present.
BUSH BUNNY TIDBITS:
1. BABY REGINALDA remains in hospital with an unknown infection after doing so well the first 2 days after being transfused.
PLEASE KEEP HER IN YOUR PRAYERS, for she is a fighter who needs a miracle from our Lord.
Alferes (above) is now back at work after 5 days off from a grand mal seizure.
2. ALFERES is back to work, helping a friend build an auto mechanics shop. I am proud of both him and Elizio, a 20-year-old orphan who was raised by his grandmother while living in one of our upgraded mud brick homes. Elizio now totally cares for his grandmother, who is very feeble and unable to cope without assistance.
Elizio hard at work in his new job as assistant bricklayer.
Both young men learned by “doing”. Our brick layers took them on as apprentices while building house #7. Now they work as bricklayers at an outside job, under the supervision of a master bricklayer.
YOUR LOVE GIFTS ARE REAPING A HARVEST! THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS POSSIBLE.
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF