Dear Mission Partner,
I greet you in the mighty name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I hope all is well with you and your family as you read this letter.
I want to thank you so very much for your continual prayers and financial support. My transition, as a whole, and with being on the mission field alone, without my husband, Kundael, has been smooth in such a way that I am amazed. The Holy Spirit is so faithful, and I know it is because of your prayers! Thank you.
Furlough on the Way
I will be on furlough from mid-June to October. I desire to see as many of you, my partners, as I can. I will visit with many of you during camp meeting week and schedule to visit with your churches. Please pray for my travels.
On the Field Travels
Early in February, I visited three PH churches; one outside the city of Dar es Salaam and two in the northern part of Tanzania, in the city called Mwanza, close to Lake Victoria. It was a very good visit. I had an opportunity to speak in all three churches. Glory to God! In Mwanza, I visited an elementary public boarding school, where they have children with various problems including albinism, deafness, and blindness. It was so touching.
My RD and my Son Shama’s Visit
Early in March, we were visited by my regional director from South Africa, Rev. Joe Delport, my son, Shama, and his wife, Grace. They were here at the same time, so I was not able to spend as much time with them as I wanted. However, all in all, I was so blessed to see them. Brother Joe blessed us with the Word of God on March 10th at Ebenezer church, and Shama and Grace helped with serving the food for the Feed the Hungry Program on March 9th.
Thank you again for your support through financial giving and prayer.
Until next time, please remember; “A Mission Partner is a Miracle Candidate.”
Missionary to Tanzania,