KENYA: On Good Friday, I left home against all odds with medicine and 2 medical doctors in my small car. About 100 miles out of town we got into an accident. We drove in heavy rains and the wind speeds were 110km/per hour and suddenly the hood opened and rolled back hitting and shattering the windshield. The Lord himself steadied the car. I only heard a blast, saw darkness, and then Jesus himself had to have stopped the car. We came out without injuries but with a lot of glass chips and my arms were bruised.
We were so determined to complete this Somalia mission, I reported it to the police and borrowed a motorcycle helmet for each of us and we continued the journey.
It continued to rain heavily and just as we reached our destination, the car was submerged in flood waters. The windshield completely collapsed. The engine mounting cracked. The door locks’ are spoiled. The clutch burnt out among many other damages. We still ministered to their spiritual and their physical needs and as Jesus promised He has made us fishermen of men! The net continues to be filled with new believers.
We towed the car home for major repairs which haven’t begun yet as we’re waiting upon God to help us in this regard. Kindly mum pray with us, it’s warfare, it’s resistance mounted by the devil against us.
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WE GIVE THE LORD ALL THE GLORY! We wanted to give our testimony and be witnesses of the mercy of our Lord in what you are about to read. His love endures forever! We are grateful.
Many Nations of East Africa entered into their typical ‘rainy season’ in late February 2018. Many prayers had gone up to the Lord for several months due to the 2017 droughts that devastated many portions of every East African nation. The harshness of the drought claimed many human and livestock lives as well as the crops and increased hunger to another 21st Century high in the region.
This year has proven to be any thing other than closed heavens as the rain has continued to fall at higher than normal volumes. Many nations and their citizens were caught off-guard as most nations worldwide are when suddenly the rivers and lakes and ditches and drains are filled to over-capacity. Many lives have been lost and many more are endangered. The suffering also includes that of the livestock and homes and farmer’s fields and newly planted crops caught in the high-rising waters washing away the works of their hands. Let us pray against LOSS!
We felt the same sense of loss when our Construction Engineer, Toto Sande went to check on the Milling Project’s foundation knowing that far beyond normal rainfall had saturated the community of Kiereka Kasokoso. Surely, he found the foundation was indeed on the verge of being compromised. WE PRAISE GOD! WHO enabled us to pull together a team and necessary materials to reinforce the building’s foundation. The Miracle, though, is the Lord truly stopped the rain from falling the 3 days that were necessary to do the work!
NWSC (National Water and Sewerage Corporation) came May 2, 2018 and buried the necessary pipes for the building’s hook up to the city’s system. We are getting closer to our opening day of operations–Lord willing the corn will come in by the truck loads at harvest and many will benefit from the grace our Lord has given us for this Milling Project.