There is an urgent need for your help in Nigeria. Water supplies are so hazardous to health that many children are dying. Parasites, lack of nutritious food and education all form a critical need.
If you work at a company that makes or distributes any type of well equipment, trucks etc., please ask if they could make a corporate or personal donation. Clean water will greatly reduce parasitys and the need to continually use worm medications.
Good nutrition and parasite control in the first 1,000 days of a child’s life can make the difference between life and death. Please watch these videos and slide show and ask yourself what you can do to help the plight of these children. Please pray for them.
”Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” Matthew 25:40
Ministering to the homeless, the hungry, the hurting and brokenhearted and being solicitors and advocates for all those in need before God and man.
THE REPORT OF 2ND QUARTER DEWORMING EXERCISE IN KATSINA-ALA MISSION ZONE, JUNE 2018.
It is with joy and gratitude that I send you the report of this 2nd quarter deworming exercise. The exercise took place from 18th-23rd June, 2018.
This was a very successful, but the most difficult trip I have ever made. This is the peak of the rainy season in Nigeria. The roads were bad. The bridge across the stream we pass through to get to our base was washed away by the floods. Most of the villages were not accessible by car so we had no option than to use bike to go to such places.
The menace of the Fulani Herdsmen was another disturbing factor. The worst of it all was the attempt the devil made on our lives through an auto-crash. To the glory of God, we are all alive and fine. The only challenge now facing me is to repair the car.
A total of 3,010 adults and children were dewormed and 250 persons were treated of malaria. We had revival meetings in Eve and Kumbu and about 60 people accepted Christ. We visited 10 schools and 9 communities. The people were blessed both spiritually and physically.
Sadly for us, but with great delight to the people of Nigeria, Pastor Obi has returned home to continue his work. God willing, he will be returning again in the spring/summer of 2019 and will be available to speak to your group and tell them about how he is helping these wonderful people.
Please encourage those you know to look at his videos and photos and read his quarterly reports.