Good news!! I’ve just uploaded some of the photos I took during my missions trips to the African nation of Malawi. More pictures will be added as we go along. Looking at these brings back many wonderful memories. Enjoy!
In Malawi, where almost 1 million people have been affected by floods, aid workers said they were worried about the spread of disease in some 170 makeshift camps where more than 125,000 people have sought refuge without sufficient toilets. “This may be the most devastating such disaster in the region’s history, and its damage can escalate quickly if we do not act immediately,” said Concern Worldwide’s U.S. chief executive Colleen Kelly.
At least half a million survivors of a powerful cyclone in southeast Africa are at risk of fatal diseases, from cholera and dysentery to malaria, aid workers warned on Thursday, as rescue teams struggled to reach flood-hit communities.
🇲🇼Malawi Flood Update…13 districts report 56 have died, 577 injured, over 200,000 homeless, 10 UPC Churches destroyed-will need to be rebuilt. Three widows in the church have lost their homes. One house collapsed on a church member–severely injuring him. At least 20 pastors have lost their homes and all their worldly possessions. A large number of church members homes have been completely destroyed. Please pray as the forecast is showing another tropical cyclone coming in over the weekend and into early next week. –Missionaries Chris & Penny Gibbs
I believe the Lord saved our lives yesterday. My son, Jeremy, his two sons, Danette, and I were driving to Nashville for Jeremy & Kasey’s wedding shower. Jeremy was driving. I’ll post his testimony as to what happened. Again, God’s providence took care of us. Continue reading “God’s Providence Comes Through Again”