Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Update #4

From Mr. Steve:

"Hello Everyone, (Our Prayer Warriors!)

We traveled from W.Samoa safely in the small planes, the luggage came in late.(all but 4, the team
is dealing well without out having a few luggage's.)  we are planning on getting them early tomorrow morning.

We went directly to the east side of the Island(Laulii), pastor pele wanted to do a prayer walk.
the village was about 1 mile long, and then at every house, pray for them.  so that's what we did.
enjoy the picture.  we also stopped at the houses and told them about the medical mission.

The next day, we had the medical mission (#4) and it started raining about 2am and was pouringdown, at breakfast, a few of us was praying for it to stop, (poor down your love, part the clouds and
show your goodness) - by 9am (startup of the mission) it stopped raining and the clouds started to
part and the sun was coming down on top of us.  later, the clouds totally cleared.
Please understand, they do not travel in the cars as we do, they travel by walking or
buy a truck that is converted into a bus.  Rain stops most movement.
with No Rain,  enjoy the bus picture.
about 11am Nurse Lynn came to me as asked, could she give / assign away our one wheel chair to
this mother who has been carrying her child around all the time.  the diagnosis was a bad birth and the
baby should have been done by C-section.  the young girl could not even hold her head up.
I agreed to give our one wheel chair to this mother.  I went to open it up with my pocket knife,
and it was a "CHILDS" wheelchair.  now, let me take you back in history somewhat.
pastor pele and i got 6 wheel chairs together and packed them up for the trip over here.
we told the shipping people to forwarded the medical supplies to W.Samoa "just send 4 to w.samoa and 2 for A.samoa"... THIS IS MY GOD!, us having 1 child wheel chair and it making it to the correct village for that little girl!
i've seen that happen time and time again.  but it just amazes me each time HE does.
we saw about 150-200 people."

Please pray for our final mission today - it will be a large village, and we want them to have soft hearts for Christ.  Also please pray for the team's health: I and some others are starting to get sick, and the whole team is getting worn down.

Thank you again for your interest in the mission! 

Prayer walk
Girl in need of wheelchair
Wheel chair God provided!

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