Africa – Ministry update, May 16, 2017
We are still having problems with the internet service in the office in Kampala, Ug which is making it difficult to communicate with the coordinators in their different areas and with the USA. We are hoping to find a solution soon. We have had difficulty connecting to Pr. Billy (E. Uganda), because the sound & video equipment, laptop and phone were all taken when he was robbed. We are hoping to have an update soon. The situation in South Sudan is critical with the on-going war and we are praying for our Christian leaders and families there. Pr. Martin and Prossy are tentatively scheduled to visit them in June to encourage them and see how we may help them reach those people in their community with the gospel. Please join us in prayer and, if possible, donate directly or help with some of the upcoming fundraisers to meet some of their more immediate needs. Crucial to the continuing work is to put a roof & doors on Pr. Charles & Meriam’s home in Kayunga, Ug. He is our newest coordinator and they have 4 children. He is now responsible for sound & video equipment and they often have to provide temporary shelter for new believers that are removed from their families because of their choice to follow Jesus. They are currently in a single small room and being asked by the landlord to pay for the next 6 months rent. Charles estimates that it will costs $987 USD to be able to move into their new home they have been building. Donations are tax-deductible and can be made electronically (www.harvestvisionministries.org) or mailed to PO Box 733, Sedro Woolley, WA, 98284.