July, 2014 Our website: www.fullersmission.wordpress.com Issue 14
Pictured above: 200 teens/children inviting Jesus to be Lord of their lives at a Children’s Crusade we organized with guest speaker Lt. Colonel J. Kafumukache of Zambia National Services. He ran 18 miles to school and back as a boy, illustraing the importance of education and perseverance. Apostle Paul encourages believers to be like athletes: “I strain to reach the end of the race and receive the prize for which God is calling us up to Heaven because of what Christ Jesus did for us.” Philippians 3:14
Fast Feet and Coordination: Harvesting corn (Above) requires teamwork, while dancing with the children (Below) challenged Bev’s sense of balance.
Jack scores big with the officers of the Kafue Nat. Game Park’s southern gate, presenting a Bible in Tonga for their 22 families. Bbilili, the most remote area has no fresh water wells, only a sulfurous natural hot spring shared by several villages and their farm animals. Introducing our ministry to Biblili headmen with prayer, 9 of them experienced God’s miraculous healing.
Over the past 4 months, we can declare: “My cup overflows with blessings. Surely your goodness and unfailing love will pursue me all the days of my life, and I will live in the house of the Lord forever.” Psalm 23:5.6.
Most Requested Items: Bibles in Tonga and Feminine Hygiene Products for village teens ($10 each). This is a great Summer Youth Project: see our website http://www.fullersmission.wordpress.com to donate.
Prayer Requests: Success for the July crusades, “Jesus” film, hut-to-hut visits, Bible studies, and the short-term missions trip group from New Mexico to our chiefdom.