The Frauds Abound
The Faithful Astound
They walk among us, not wanting to be noticed yet fully committed to their goal. It has been our joy to meet many such people firsthand over the years. We are talking about faithful servants of Jesus whose lives resonate with love, obedience, and productivity.
Linked by his name and photo is a six-minute YouTube testimony completed with a Community Health Evangelism champion and trainer from Zambia, Lovemore Zulu. This brother is now home with the Lord, probably exchanging praises of Jesus with some we have been privileged to know and train. May the brief yet informal interview conducted by Terry Dalrymple (Coordinator of the Global CHE Network Service Team) with Lovemore encourage you. How many people do you know that turn down a government position with salary in order to freely share the Gospel? Or who would regularly walk 15 kilometers one direction to train CHE workers without pay? We seek those called like Lovemore in Cote d’Ivoire. We do not have to wonder at the outcome of this holy endeavor. The outcome boggles the mind and encourages us to pray, “Do it again, Lord!” Pray Jesus wins over more such souls through our joint, prayerful efforts.
Prayer and Praise
- We are grateful that the attempt to fraud using our personal information did not succeed. Pray that we do not miss any steps to protect our identities, so no other attempts occur.
- Thank the Lord with us for servants like Lovemore Zulu (click here to give to a memorial fund). Ask the Lord to continue consoling his earthly family. Praise Him for the many around the world who give up easier ways of life to serve the Christ. Pray that His hand of protection guides them. Ask the Lord to raise up new generations of faithful servants who do whatever it takes to share the transformation that Jesus alone does with individuals, families, communities, and nations.
- We were glad to learn this week that the university team is meeting again for CHE planning. Widespread rioting in Cote d’Ivoire broke out as the president decided to seek a third term.
Christian Health Service Corps (CHSC) is a mission of dedicated medical professionals who participate in the CHE Global Network. Together, in a loose affiliation of individuals, churches, denominational, and nondenominational agencies, we share God’s Light and Truth through Community Health Evangelism (CHE). Verlin and Debbie accept donor partners to contribute as led to provide support as we maintain residential ministry in Cote d’Ivoire to expand CHE ministries under the auspices of CHSC & Ivorian partners. Tax-deductible contributions by check are to be made payable to the CHSC with Andersons #0118 written on the memo line. Mail to CHSC – PO Box 132 – Fruitvale, TX 75127. Give online via the CHSC @ www.che4a.org (3% fee) or TDF (0% fee).