Monday, September 10, 2007

Items for prayer:

Greetings from Tchincombe!

Items for prayer:

Meghan started yesterday with diarrhea, high fever, headache, and vomiting.
We were in town 2 weeks ago where there were plenty of mosquitos and even
though we don't have a way to test her we have started her on treatment for
malaria. Though it was a somewhat sleepless night she seems to feel better
this morning and has been able to keep the medicine down.

Stirling goes to town tomorrow for an admin meeting. On Wednesday he will
be putting a motor back together for one of the UIEA church leaders. He
likes working on Landys so it will be a break in some ways!

Next week the UIEA has it's annual national meetings. They are to be held
in Quito - more or less the middle of Angola - it will take a long day of
driving to get there - Stirling will be gone at least a week. Pray for the
delegates from all over Angola as they travel to Quito for safety in travel.
Pray that each delegate will desire above all to see the name of God lifted
up. Pray for wisdom and discernment for all who participate.

Pray especially for our friend and colleague Dr. Karen Henriksen. It seems
that she will have to go to these meetings to represent the medical
department of the UIEA - it wasn't in the plan but the individual who should
go has had to be dismissed because of immorality - this puts more work on an
already too full plate for Karen. Pray for her strengthening.

There are 22 more heifers and many goats that still need to get to Cavango
this month - we need to find a truck and driver.

Gerald and Louise Latimer would like to come in November and give us a hand
here at Tchincombe. Pray for visa. The Embassy in DC hasn't been issuing
visitor visas - pray for that block to be removed!!!

As always - pray for ladies' meeting on Wednesday - we had 12 ladies last

Pray for last Sunday of every month for the outreach at Tchimbolelo.

Lastly pray for me (Donna) as I try to balance all my responsibilities -
that I would rest in what I was able to accomplish and not fret about what
wasn't done. Especially pray that I would be able to find the time to get
language study done!

Donna for all of us!

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