John Clifford
Loziland for Christ - May 2011 PDF Print E-mail

Transport

With over 15000km travelled on our mission trip to and from Zambia, the need to stay alert on the roads was evident. Overturned trucks on the sides of the roads and huge potholes eating away at the tar, makes one all the more cautious when travelling. While travelling through Zimbabwe we were in the process of overtaking an 18 wheel truck when two of their tires exploded! Thankfully God's hand of protection was on us and we managed to come away unharmed. Despite the far distances travelled, four border crossings, going through rocky, sandy and rough terrain, our faithful vehicle brought us home, which, in itself is an answer to prayer.

Caring for the Elderly

En route to Zambia we were able to provide Boxes with Love to an old age home, in Zimbabwe. The boxes contained food, toiletries and literature. When in Zambia we visited an old man who only had one leg. On our previous trip we were able to supply him with a wheel chair. This time around we could give him blankets, a mattress and tarpaulin to cover his leaky grass thatch roof. Unfortunately the young men in his village don't look after him much and he has to fend for himself most of the time.

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