Kingdom Impact News ~ March
Kingdom Impact News
In this issue of our newsletter, we are very conscious that for many of us, being told of needs in other parts of the world is the very last thing we need to hear when confronted with raging inflation causing reduced real income here at home. The good news is that after 3 years study at the Mbeya Bible School, both Nsubili and Riziki have graduated and with others are pictured below:
The RESURGENCE project being run by Andy, Rose and Family at Oviston has also done very well this term, ending with outreach at Cradock - a nearby town. Many young lives have been completely changed and the word "revival" now features in their own newsletters. If you wish to receive these newsletters please email email@example.com
Most of our partners are experiencing the same raging inflation we have experienced, but also suffer from the impact of our UK pound not buying the same local currency as before. And then can you imagine what happens when sickness strikes without the NHS to provide? In recent weeks we have needed to divert money away from projects to provide funds for hospital fees. Please pray for Nsubili, Edward, Elisha's Father all in Tanzania and Pastor Ely in Mauritania all of whom are quite sick, and now receiving hospital treatment. Gwantwa (daughter of Riziki and Joyce) is now back at school having had 3 months of chemo and radiotherapy and so we pray for her and no further complications.
For a season we will give higher priority to the provision of medical care and reluctantly will need to cut back on some of the agricultural self-sustaining projects that ideally we would wish to continue.