“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith.” – Galations 6:9-10
Praise be to our Lord for giving us the opportunities to change these children’s lives. Because of your prayers and your giving, the children pictured below can now live normal lives. Thank you for allowing TEM to show the love of Christ around the world.
Herby fell off a cliff several years ago in Haiti, and his left shoulder sustained a puncture wound. The wound was infected, and the infection destroyed part of the bone of his upper left arm. He needed surgery to remove the old destroyed bone and to clear up the infection. His arm is completely healed now, but if he had not had this surgery he would have lost his arm. Herby is a Christian; we are praying that, having seen the love of Christ, his father will join him soon.
Dielipole, another young boy in Haiti, broke his left femur (upper leg bone). He needed surgery to repair the bone, which had not mended properly. He had a severe limp, and he was in pain most of the time. Now after his surgery he is running around with the other boys!
Divya’s mom had taken her to Muslim mosques and Hindu temples trying to get the demons cast out of her daughter, and she had received no help. She brought her to a Christian church where I was preaching while I was in India, and asked me to try to cast out the demons. After prayer I asked Divya’s mother if she had been having headaches; she said that she had. I asked if she had taken her to a doctor, and she said that she had not. I assumed that it was because of the cost. I didn’t even have to think about the decision to send her to a doctor. She was found to have a neurological problem that could be treated with six treatments. She has now started on medication, and is already improving. Praise God! Vigi, my good friend in India, wrote that now they have begun to believe that Jesus alone is God, and He alone can give her good health. I’m sure we can gain this family for Christ through our good deeds and love.
Lachami and her family were in a car accident in Pakistan last year, and her parents were killed. Pastor S and his wife took Lachami in. Her jaw was injured in the accident, and for almost a year she was not able to open her mouth; the only nourishment she received was through a straw. Now that she has recovered from her surgery she can open her mouth, eat solid food, and talk normally for the first time since the accident.