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Report Date: July 21, 2009

Prayer Up-date July 2009

Dear Beloved of God,

Greetings in the Lord’s name, thank you for praying we are well. Prayers move mountains. ”Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening to them. Suddenly there was such a violent earthquake that the foundation of the prison was shaken. At once all the prison doors flew open and everybody’s chains came loose” (Acts16:25-26)



We managed to get the Zambia Identification Card for Katongo and Twatasha within a day. As regard to the passports, we could not get all of them. Grace, Mumba and Twatasha got their passports while Patrick, Shula and Katongo's passports were not renewed.  As a result Katongo cannot get a permit to study in South Africa.

The Lord kept us in His hands as we travelled to Zambia, the roads were very bad. After 500 kilometres within Mozambique the back wheel including half the shaft came off. The friction plus diff oil and break fluid ignited fire on the right side of the rear wheel. We had water with us and a German couple who were behind us came with water to put at the fire.  No one was injured. It happened at 6 pm and we left the scene of the accident at 12 midnight to the nearby town where we spent a few hours. When coming back we went through Botswana to avoid the terrible road on Northern part of Mozambique. Botswana is a country where herds of cattle and donkeys are left loose every where so driving in the night is suicidal. 300 kilometres before the boarder with South Africa we drove during the night. It was by God’s grace we missed two cows - it took a blink of my eyes and we found ourselves almost crushing into two huge animals. We are thankful to the Lord that we managed. THANK YOU THAT YOU PRAYED FOR US.



1) The door has been open for us to go into Mozambique prisons with the gospel.
2) We got the Zambia ID for Katongo and Twatasha.
3) We managed to miss two cows in Botswana as we drove in the night, we are thankful to the Lord.
4) Shula got her BA in Community Development.
5) An English teacher is coming in September.


Prayer Points

1) We need our passports to be replaced
2) We have started 55 Assemblies in the past ten years and there is need for the discipleship school.



God bless you in the Lord,

Patrick & Grace Mulenga