Dateline June 2, 2010
It’s 4a.m., June 2nd, and our trucks will be moving out to buy corn in 2 hours.
I will not have time to write individuals during June, but will try to keep you updated with my blog that can be found on our website.
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Keep us in your prayers for strength, favor, and all to go well without accidents.
Know I love and appreciate all of you and couldn’t do this job without you.
FYI: One top of processing the beans, and buying corn today, we have to build a new barn also.
We received over 50 tons of beans and they are still trickling in one sack at a time.
40 TONS was the minimum we had to have to feed the 1,200 in our program, so a new storage barn MUST BE BUILT to handle the overflow.
It is already paid for several donors.
God is providing food like I have never seen before.
OUR JOSEPH PROGRAM (filling the silos for the starvation time) is truly being blessed.
It is heart wrenching to see them hanging on our fence watching us move the food.
Many kids are going hungry already.
The new barn will allow us to keep receiving food, so we can help as many kids as we can through this difficult year of poor harvest.
God’s river of food is flowing prescription drugs without and it is awesome to see!
Help us pray in the 300 tons needed to fill our barn.
?In Meluco, where our 2nd orphanage sits, we have been able to buy about 15 tons of corn when it was thought none was available.
God is TRULY amazing!
This gift of unexpected corn takes some of the pressure off our Balama program to provide everything for those 400 kids also.
Serving our AWESOME LORD in these end times is truly a pleasure.
THANKS for loving and blessing our kids with all you give.
Yesterday was National Kid’s Day in Moz.
The Meluco and Balama kid’s were given a party and received small gifts of candy, cookies, and a balloon!
They loved it.
Your love helps us put a smile on the faces of many.
Blessings, and love,
Corn Buying Bunny of Balama