Pastor Enock, a regular SWT recipient, wrote to us this month with an update on his recent evangelical road trip to some of the more remote 'local' villages. Challenging times call for a slightly different approach, with the team arriving at each village with materials for hand washing and the inevitable supply of face masks.
"Dear Co-Workers in Christ
Greetings from Malawi in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. We are back safe home and we are so thankful for all your prayers and support.
We were able to see 396 people receiving Jesus for the first time and many were delivered, encouraged and renewed in their faith. We were able to bless each village with what God has given us this trip: the hand wash materials, face masks, glasses and Bibles.
Before coming to the meeting with our team, the villagers have to wash their hands with soap. We then met with the children and the women separately. We took some reading glasses with us and as one villager exclaimed:
“I can now read the Bible! Praise the Lord!”.
The team will shortly be leaving for another mission trip and ask for all our prayers. As there are restrictions due to Covid-19, they will need plenty of hand washing materials and face masks, together with more Bibles and God’s protection - especially at the moment.
Sovereign World Trust
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