I haven’t blogged for a few weeks as we have been busy distributing feed
sacks for the massive Balama Bean Rush on June 1st.
June 1st is very busy for us as it is National Childrens Day in
Mozambique, as well as the first LEGAL Day to buy corn & beans in bulk.
Sylvia & Pastor Dominica organized a great party today for our kids of
rice & fish with cookies & suckers for desert. They loved it!
The rest of us…
BUSTED AN ALL TIME RECORD, as our 68 man crew manually moved & processed
25 TONS of dried beans (similar to the black eyed pea in the USA).
Alejandro & Carlos both from Argentina controlled the spraying & sacking
while I kept things organized & flowing smoothly.
Eric & Wikkie both from RSA did the hauling with our 6 ton truck.
Before today, the best we have ever done is 20 tons & that was NOT on the
first day of processing.
Needless to say we are all beat, & our feet are burning from
standing/walking for 9 hours. I think I’m getting too old for this kind
of hard work, so please keep praying for that SPECIAL SOMEONE whom God has
called to fill my shoes. (I’ll even give them a new pair of shoes to get
Our bean barn is filling up fast with another 10 tons coming tomorrow.
Our 6 ton truck along with our tractor which pulls a 5 ton trailer, will
move up to 20 tons of corn tomorrow as well.
Needless to say, those who think ministry is just talking about Jesus
needs to come visit us. 🙂
With 1000+ hungry orphans in our area, we have to fill our 2 barns by
the 3rd week Buy Acomplia Online Without Prescription of June if we plan to feed them for the next 12 months.
Commercial buyers illegally moved more than 100 tons of corn our of Balama
late Sunday afternoon, May 31st (when they knew no one from Agriculture
was on duty). So competition is stiff & these guys don’t play by the rule
But God has provided our food needs this year & for that we are MOST
Keep those prayers coming!
Bush Bunny Brenda full of BEANS!