He who is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward him for what he has done.
—Proverbs 19:17 (NIV)
Severe drought in the nation of Angola is threatening the lives of thousands of children; it is being described as the worst drought in decades!
Peter Pretorius, our mission partner in southern Africa tells me the situation is escalating every day. Villages once capable of growing their food now have fields that lay dry and barren. In moments like this, time is not on the side of life . . .
But there is an answer.
It’s a terrible situation, but the good news is that our Mission Feeding teams, if given support quickly, can save lives and help prevent the unnecessary deaths of children in this region of the world.
Mission Feeding is a promise to “be there” in times of need. Our feeding teams can be moved into extreme areas and begin providing the daily nutrition necessary to stop the cycle of death.
Mission Feeding is the “miracle of life” children need to survive, as we seek to provide them with “daily bread.”
In the face of dead crops and dry fields, hurting hearts and suffering children, there CAN be hope. There is hope in every bowl of the nutritious soup provided through Mission Feeding.
But the Miracle is incomplete without you.
Because we can only give away what we have.
Food reserves from our last feeding campaign are gone.
The lines of children since our last campaign have grown longer in areas hardest hit by the drought, and there are villages we need to move into immediately (and remain until the rains return) to ensure life saving food is available.
The situation in Angola is life threatening for thousands. But please know we are feeding over 400,000 children in total throughout southern Africa.
Mission Feeding is a proven, life saving, life-changing outreach with hundreds of mission workers caring for children each day! And now with a matching gift, your gift of $30, $50 or $100 will help provide the urgently-needed food and supplies to feed 6, 10 or 20 children for three full months.
Please pray for our teams and give as God directs you.