Today’s Outreach

Today we made our usual trip to pick up fresh bread and then drove an hour to a prearranged meeting place to meet our local contact. We were running behind schedule and had no way to get a hold of our contact. He was not at our meeting place, so we waited and waited. Eventually, we were able to flag down a motorbike rider who led us to a school basement that was housing 142 people. Leonid preached, and we handed out food.
When we were finished there, a local lady acted as our guide to four more locations in the same area, where we were able to reach more people. In total, we went to 5 locations, preached 5 sermons, handed out 320 parcels of food and 300 loaves of bread.
Thank you to all who help to make this possible!

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