BULLDOZERS, BANDITS, AND A RIOT Challenges never cease around here. Since I last wrote, we had a bandit break into one of our orphan homes (Mother Assias’ house) for those of you who have been here and know her. This happened at 4:30 a.m. last Thursday morning. A guy beat in the door to the house, awakening foster mother Assia, Buy Xenical Online Without
Subject: Blog, July 25, 2010 TWINS AND THEIR FAMILY OF 10 On July 21st, the twins I told you about last week had to be taken back to the hospital late in the afternoon. Both had developed severe nasal blockages and were struggling to breath. The hospital refused to admit them, so I was told to pick them up and start them on liquid antibiotics.
July 18, 2010 BLOG NEW ROAD WILL DESTROY 9 ORPHAN HOMES! On Wed., July 14th, the Balama government informed me that the new highway coming through Balama till take out 9 of our 18 orphan houses. This includes the concrete brick dorm that houses our Jr. High and High School orphans. (A $10,000 loss) This SHOCK WAVE rocked our mission station. I expected to
“YOU LOAD 230 TONS AND WHAT DO YOU GET.….….….” It’s been a hectic but prosperous week as our corn barn now contains 230 TONS of corn. The amounts will start to slow down this week as we have to travel to the more remote areas to get the final 70 tons. A gift came in last week that will allow us to buy an additional
THE BUSH BUNNY UP TO HER EARS IN CORN! June 2nd, dawned as the first day of legal corn buying in Mozambique. Like a race horse in the starting chute, our trucks left at 5:30a.m. to grab the first 400 bags of corn in a nearby village. The state governor came out on June 1st to warn people to guard their food this
Dateline June 2, 2010 Hi Everyone! 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. If you subscribe, then you will get it automatically like an e-mail coming from me.
Dateline May 23, 2010 Howdy Everyone! This is the Bean Buying Bush Bunny of Balama with the latest news from deep in the heart of northern Mozambique. The Corn Barn has been rebuilt! Our 7 carpenter team completed it, May 22nd, in a record 2 weeks time. Monday was clean up day and preparing for the massive corn buying season that starts June 2nd. BEANS ARE FLOWING
DATELINE MAY 17, 2010 OBEDIANCE BRINGS BLESSINGS With the damaged barn roof removed last Sunday, the 1100 bags of corn, rice, and peanuts were at big risk from sporadic rains. By Tuesday we had the food safely stored or distributed to the needy. During my prayer time on Monday night, the Lord clearly showed me that I was to donate some
NEWS FROM BALAMA TORNADO STRIKES ORPHANS UNLIMITED BARN Early today a small tornado destroyed the Corn Barn that is the main corn storage facility for Orphans Unlimited in Mozambique. The tornado came suddenly out of a calm sky and peeled off the tin roof “just llike a can opener”. The structural supports were damaged as well. There were no injuries to anyone even though a
From: “Brenda Lange” Date: May 2, 201 YOUR PRAYERS ARE WORKING! KEEP THEM COMING. Hard to believe I’ve only been here 2 weeks now, as we accomplishment so much in that short period of time. With facing a food shortage, assisting other missionaries in starting a new orphanage in Tanzania, and dealing with the daily challenges of our many programs, it does tend to keep