AND CHRISTOPHER’S KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
Mission to Mpumalanga
To reach the remote Bible College I had to drive through a spectacular electric thunderstorm and cross a swollen river in flood. The low level bridge could not even be seen. I have experience in crossing flooded rivers, particularly in Sudan, but that was in four wheel drive high clearance vehicles. On this occasion I was in a normal car and could not even see the bridge. The single lane bridge evidently did not even have side railings. It was truly a faith mission.
When I arrived in time for the scheduled Biblical Worldview Seminar the students and staff of the Back to the Bible Training College were surprised to see me as they did not expect me to be able to make it across the swollen river.
Serving the Suffering in Zimbabwe
As many churches worldwide observed Sunday, 8 November as the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church another Frontline Fellowship mission team was delivering life saving medicines and food, along with Bibles, evangelistic and discipleship materials to pastors, pensioners and prisoners in Zimbabwe.
“It was a nightmare …” reported our team leader. The Frontline Fellowship mission to Zimbabwe coincided with a nationwide wave of military roadblocks, arrests, beatings, tortures and murders by ZANU-PF soldiers, militia and secret police. Despite numerous difficulties, delays and frustrations at border posts the team succeeded in overcoming all obstacles in this volatile situation, delivering the desperately needed supplies to the suffering.
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