|FROM “BUSH BUNNY BRENDA“
DATE: OCTOBER 30, 2021
MIRACLE IN MANAPO!
After 4 days of prayer, a 63-year-old woman who lost the strength in 1 leg after suffering a stroke 18 months ago, AROSE FROM HER BED AND BEGAN TO WALK!
Manapo is so remote that only a motorbike can get there, but Pastor Jaime says this is now a super excited village after witnessing this healing, for everyone knows her! Our Monapo Pastor’s phone won’t take a photo, so I apologize that a photo/video of this wonderful healing is not available.
Our Pastors are truly on fire for Jesus, as 63 refugees received Christ as Lord and Saviour this month! (26 adults, 11 teens, 26 children). PTL AND KEEP YOUR PRAYERS COMING!
3 RAINY DAYS HAVE EVERYONE SCRAMBLING TO CLEAN THEIR FIELDS!
YEAP! Looks like the rainy season has begun 3 weeks early, with most of the area’s farmers unprepared for planting.
Orphan Eva and her Grandmother, Elisa, were out on Friday, pulling the last of their ervila beans off their bushes. I am proud of Eva, for she has mild cerebral palsy, and is Grandma’s faithful helper both in their field, and around their home.
Eva, foreground, with Granny Elisa, harvesting last of ervilia beans.
For those of you who are not familiar with Eva, she was given a miracle healing from Jesus as a 3‑year-old. She was having 6 seizures a day, leaving her bedridden and in a vegetative state until the Lord touched her, stopping her seizures.
She now speaks Makua, Portuguese, and some English. She also runs, jumps, sings, and buys bread at the local market, all by herself. All this because the Master Healer touched her tormented body after she was prayed for in 2000.
THANK YOU JESUS FOR SAVING THIS CHILD!
COOKING PAN PROJECT OFFICIALLY KICKS OFF!
Seven widows caring for 3 to 6 orphans each, were super blessed when gifted with several pans of various sizes last Thursday.
Their smiles tell “the rest of the story”, for they can now cook a meal that will feed all the Grandchildren at 1 time, instead of in shifts.
Granny and Aunt with 4 orphans each received cooking pans.
2 Aunts with 5 orphans each, and Granny with 6, receive cooking pans.
Uncle of 3 orphans and another happy Granny, receive cooking pans.
Thank you to all our New Jersey friends who made this possible!
More widows will be assisted each week until all in our program have been served. Right now, we are organizing more pans as well as grass mats and blankets for these children who have suffered the loss of their parents.
WE ARE GRATEFUL TO ALL OF YOU FOR HELPING US TO HELP THESE FAMILIES!
BUSH BUNNY BRENDA LANGE
AND THE BALAMA STAFF