To catch malaria cases early before they get serious or even life-threatening, and knowing the financial situation of most of the families in our neighborhood, we test the children at our home and give them medicine for free if the family can’t afford to pay for it. Thank you all for your support that enables us to do this.
These events really meet a need, and I praise God for blessing us with property and facilities for hosting retreats and seminars.
He returned to the hospital confused and unsure what to do, expecting to find his wife blindfolded and waiting. But there she was, gazing lovingly at the baby in her arms.
Often when sickness strikes, instead of taking the person to the hospital, they immediately attribute it to sorcery.
We praise God that He saved Luc from totally ruining his life, and we thank Him for the reminder that He never gives up on anybody. Please pray with us that Luc will commit his life to Jesus.
May God help these infants in Christ to grow and become strong, and may many more join them in these four church groups.
This is God’s business, and He will bring to completion what He has started through us.
Please pray for these ladies as they step out in faith. And pray that the men will rejoin them someday.
Please pray with us that our enlarging family will not only grow together but also grow spiritually and be a witness to others.
“What you learn here will equip you for life!”
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Ulrike has been working with the Otammari people of Benin, West Africa, since 1999, witnessing to her local town of Natitingou through friendship evangelism, children’s ministry and health education. On February 2, 2007, Ulrike married Toussaint Kouato. They continue to serve