We are in the heart of the rainy season now. It rains just about every day now. Last night we had an unbelievable storm. The high winds and the rain was pounding down and the lights went out all night. We had our roof replaced, but there is still a leak in the living room. The landlord is trying to get them to come back to look at it. Hopefully it will be fixed soon. Almost all of the leaks have been fixed with the new roof, praise God!

    The survey for the land has been completed and the Nana (Chief) of the village is now dragging his feet. The Nana has not been too receptive as of late and we feel he is delaying the project for reasons he won’t explain. Because of this we are starting to look at other land location alternatives. Other towns have expressed interest in hosting the school there.

    Our NGO status still remains the same. It is in the process of evaluation by the district. We just pray and ask God to remove any and all obstacles that may remain in the way of the approval.

    The food ministry is going very well. We have had a few people tell us that they no longer cook on Thursdays for their children so they can save the money for other meals. We have served over 2200 meals since beginning on March 17th. We thank the people who have supported us in this ministry. The children tell us how much they enjoy getting the food. Cheri and I are blessed when we see a mob of kids running to get in line, yelling “they are here”, when we pull up in the taxi.

Our weekly bible study has been going really well. The young adults are enjoying the presence of the Lord during worship. We have been worshipping with Jesus Culture, Chris Tomlin, and Misty Edwards to name a few. We can see real growth and maturity happening before our eyes.

We had another baptism this month. Congratulations to Doris Amoafo for becoming a new creature in Christ. We are so honored to be a part of all the baptisms.

The Saturday reading classes are ongoing. We have had to restructure what we were teaching. We are now teaching about vowels, nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. These are some of the things that don’t seem to be taught much here in the rural schools. It has been challenging to say the least.

Larry had a dental bridge that came loose after it was repaired. So the two teeth (roots) that were holding the bridge in place had to be pulled. This happened on Wednesday, and he is doing better today (Friday). In two weeks we go back to the dentist for the impression to make the partial denture. God is good and knows all that is happening!

We are still praying to get a vehicle. Please prayerfully consider helping us to get a vehicle here. All donations are tax deductible.

Please send all donations to:

His Love Endures Ministry
P.O. Box 935
California, MD 20619

Thank you all and God bless!