Namikango Mission

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Going & Growing Strong

Jun 15, 2017

The work at Namikango is growing stronger than ever before.

In addition to teaching the Bible, we have been called on to provide meaningful, everyday help. It is not enough to teach people the Gospels, then walk away and say "Be filled." We must stop and treat the wounds of our injured Samaritan brother.

Because of severe floods, droughts, and hunger, we have needed to change directions.

Yes, we provided food, but more than this –

We have not asked for increased support in years, but the time has come to seriously look at our Mission support . . . at your support.

Our guys on the front-line have done all that is asked of them and more. We now get to work side-by-side with them. You and I do this when we provide our financial support. If you have not been a steady supporter of the Mission, I ask you to prayerfully consider making a commitment to support this work today. Commit to giving whatever amount you can afford. If God has blessed you, you can bless others.

Please step up and share the load. I would love to hear from you.

Sidney Vaughn

Soy Beans are very nutritious and easily digested. This stack of harvested beans still needs to be culled.

We planted different crops between our coffee and macadamia trees to obtain a harvest this year.