Thank you for your gifts to this ministry. Your prayers and your giving make possible our mission to Share God’s love and salvation.
Aside from our main areas of ministry focus, there are many people whom we help with medical needs, housing, food, and small jobs to become self-supporting. This month, there seemed to be a greater number of medical needs. I share this with you, as these are needs you are helping to meet.
- Kefa, one of our middle school students, Kefa broke his leg playing soccer, though Love Alive had previously provided insurance for the family, when we followed-up, we found that Kefa had not been taken to a doctor as they lacked the money for transport and the small fee they would need to pay for medical care. We were able to make sure he was taken to a hospital and received proper treatment and care.
- Ange is a mother of 3 whom we have been helping for over a year. Following the birth of her last baby, she suffered post-partum psychosis as well as seizures and was found to need a double hip replacement. We have been able to provide housing for her and her girls, sponsorship to her school-aged children, and provide her transportation to mental-health facilities as well as many doctors to look for the best possible treatment. Unfortunately, in her early twenties, she is deemed too young to have a hip replacement, and at this time, we can only assist her with pain management and orthopedic shoes. We are working with her to help her gain employment within her capabilities.
- Winny, is a young girl with Spina Bifida. We have been helping her get to the right hospitals, and gain access to a full-time physical therapy center where she has been given braces and is learning to walk.
Meanwhile, our baby boy David was joined with a family. In that same week, a two-month-old baby girl was found in a corn field and brought to us. She is a bright-eyed, pleasant, and smiling little one. Please pray as we have been meeting with officials to see how we can broaden our ability to care for these little ones.
What a privilege to be able to help in their time of need. Thank you for making this possible.
I was in prison and you visited Me. Matthew 25:35-36
For I was hungry and you gave Me something to eat,
I was thirsty and you gave Me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you took Me in,
I was naked and you clothed me,
I was sick and you looked after Me,
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