"Cast your bread upon the water, for after many days you will find it again." This year we will begin, here in camp, classes for the 4th grade children. As we expected, we started the school year with a larger number of children. Also we want to take over the smaller ones to form a nursery. So far we have had, in one way or another, the number of teachers, but this year we need two more people. If you are looking to get involved in any work and feel that God is calling you to serve, maybe this is the answer to your prayers. You can contact us at the phone number 0745663406 to give you more details. Be blessed.
With God's help we began the construction of a small building on a foundation started in 2009. This will be used as the kitchen for foreign volunteers who come to help here in camp. In this way the natives will have their own kitchen (the actual one), where they can learn to cook. Currently we managed to raise walls, fixed the roof and some plastering work. By God's grace we hope to finish as soon as possible and see it functional. Please continue to pray for us so God would guide us and provide prosperity in the things that need to be done here. There is much to do and we know that we can not do it all at once. But we want to be faithful in small things and we know we can trust God will entrust us higher ones.
Lord poured out His blessings over the mission in Kalahari. One of the answers to our prayers was a jeep that was donated by a Romanian family from Ireland. The lack of transportation has greatly hampered the mission work among the Kalahari Bushmen, always depending on someone to help with transport. However, by this need we have learned to live more in dependence on the Lord. Now, the mission received a jeep, Toyota Land Cruiser Colorado diesel engine - a very important detail. It is a great joy to see how the blessings of the Lord show up, it's great to see how He responds to our prayers in the most proper time and supports this missionary work.
Cornelia brought seeds from Romania and began to farm. With time, using water from a well drilled deep, and hard work made with love, blessings from God did not fail to appear, so some incredibly rich gardens arose. All vegetables grow larger and faster than in Romania. From now, Bushmen learn how to farm for their families. Until now, the Bushmen ate only what they catch and picked from the desert. They did not know how to farm due to lack of water resources. Kalahari Desert life is transformed by the existence of water resources from wells drilled and due Romanian missionaries who moved there, they are teaching the Bushmen how to farm and secure food every day.