Tuesday, June 5, 2018

May 2018 Monthly Report

The mission of Wordsower Liberia is to see a healthy church in every village of Liberia. It takes many weapons to fight and win a war. Wordsower Liberia has many weapons.

In war, there are set-backs and casualties. I, Kim, arrived in the USA on April 7th. The next day, I saw a doctor and had a chest X-ray. It was determined that I probably had pneumonia and was given antibiotics. The cough continued so more tests were ordered. The TB test came back positive. I am now going through additional procedures to confirm TB. Please be in prayer. Pray that I will have a quick recovery and be able to return to Liberia soon.

Our teams go to the villages on motorbikes. This month 27 missions were sent out reaching 64 villages in 5 different counties. In the villages we do evangelism, discipleship, church planting, and pastoral training. We also distribute water filter systems.

The second largest killer in Liberia is dirty water. This month we distributed 252 water filter systems in remote village homes that had been drinking dirty water. We also completed follow-up visits in 402 homes in which we had previously distributed filters. Thousands of people are now drinking clean water because of our distribution. This month, every village home in our county, Grand Gedeh, should be drinking clean water. We hope to start working in a new county soon. This project is done in conjunction with The Last Well. We thank them for suppling us with the filters and sharing in the expense of our teams going into the villages. 

Our Bible Institute completed a 2-week, Level 4 French class for our Ivory Coast neighbors and their refugees. 18 attended the class. 10 of them received diplomas for completing all four levels. The Bible Institute trains the students in Bible doctrine, discipleship, starting churches, and becoming missionaries.

Our dentist treated 26 patients and extracted 31 teeth.

There are hundreds of testimonies coming from our disciples as they joyfully return from missions. Below is one about the destruction of the regional satanic stronghold in Pynes Town:

My first visit to Pynes Town 9 years ago was by foot and with a guide. We hiked hours to get to the village. There we met three men, Moses, Pyne, and Shadrack. While in Pynes town, they stayed close while our team went door to door evangelizing and distributing blue, pocket-sized, Gideon Bibles. Later they told me that one of them had a dream. In the dream, a white man had come to their town and was giving out little blue Bibles. A voice in the dream said that they should unite with this white man. Today, these three men have become powerful disciple leaders and church planters trained by Wordsower Liberia.

For unknown generations, this region and town has been a stronghold of Satan. Ruled by a spiritual leader called the Devil and his followers, the Devil’s Dancers. Moses, Pyne, and Shadrack have experienced severe persecution. Their homes were torn down. More than once, Pyne has been taken into the “Zoe Bush” and badly beaten by the Devil’s Dancers for starting a church and boldly sharing the gospel. Once our Lord had me arrive just as they started beating Pyne and were trying to drag him into their hidden “Zoe Bush” coven base. I stepped in between. They were confused and didn’t know how to respond, so we were taken to the elders. Our Lord gave wisdom as I spoke and he was released.

The “Devil” comes out in costume bringing fear, violence and death.

Another time, Peter, the Devil, had his Devil Dancers drag Moses into the Zoe Bush. They stripped him naked. By the hand of our Lord, Moses escaped naked and barefoot into the jungle/bush. Bleeding, he ran and hid in a shelter away from the town. Our base in Zwedru is about a 2-hour motorbike trip from Pynes Town. Once again, our Lord happened to have one of our teams in the area. Miraculously, they discovered Moses in the shelter. A pair of rotten pants was acquired and immediately the team took him half naked and wounded back to our base in Zwedru to heal.

Sometime later I visited Pynes Town and found Peter, the Devil, sitting in front of a little shop. I sat down beside him and shared the gospel and about Heaven and Hell. We both knew that many in the town were watching from a distance. As I left, he publicly laughed and ridiculed me. About a month later he found me in Zwedru, the town closest to our base. As I approached him on a motorbike, he began waving frantically in the road, beckoning me to stop. He said we must talk. “I want to know more about God, Heaven, and Hell.”  We sat and talked. I reminded him about our time in front of the shop. He said, “I was only laughing on the outside.” Today, Peter is a Christian. He comes to our base to collect training material that Moses prints on our printing press to take to the church he attends in Pynes Town.    

9 years ago, the Pynes Town region was a powerful stronghold of Satan. General Butt Naked came from this region (Google him). Praise God! Today, this regional stronghold has been broken! This is just one testimony of many, broken, satanic strongholds. It seems that they are so easy to destroy. United and guided by the Holy Spirit, all we must do is show up.  Truly the harvest is plentiful and the workers few.

“From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been forcefully advancing, and forceful men lay hold of it.”  Matt 11:12.

Moses is on the left.  On the right is Peter, the former "Devil."

Participate with us in prayer:
Pray for more workers…. Maybe that will be you.
Pray for the continued destruction of Satan’s strongholds in Liberia.
Pray for a great move of the Holy Spirit to sweep through Liberia.
Pray that we, Wordsower Liberia leaders, will be filled with the Holy Spirit and fearlessly advance and spread the gospel.
Pray for my healing and quick return to Liberia.


100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January. 
Please send donations to:
Wordsower International
16960 Sidney-Plattsville Rd
Sidney, OH 45365


Financial Report
$810 - Staff support for 7 employees
$200 - Assistance to the poor                       
$261.32 - Radio Ministry        
$463.20 - Base Expenses
$986.14 - Missions
$591.16 - Gas for bikes and generators: 
$406.79 - Bike repair: 
$1,054.86 - Wordsower Bible Institute
$85 - Bank to bank fees:
Grand total $4,858.47 




Thursday, May 3, 2018

April 2018 Monthly Report

Our Mission is to see a healthy church in every village of Liberia.  Our Lord is using us to accomplish the mission.  It takes many weapons to fight and win a war.  Wordsower Liberia has many weapons.

In all wars, there are victories and defeats.  There are also terrible causalities. This month we had a fatality. One of our disciples, Jenkins, died in a bike accident returning from mission.  He leaves behind his wife, Kolu, and son.  We will be assisting her in starting a business.

Teams on bikes go to the villages.  This month 39 mission teams went out reaching 73 villages.  Our teams go into remote regions.  Often taking the bike as far as possible and then hiking for hours to reach the village.  It is dangerous.  All have wreaked and bled, most have scars and have had broken bones.    Yet we forcefully advance, bringing the Gospel to the most remote places in the jungle.




Our filter team distributes water filters and as they share the Gospel in the most remote villages. This month they distributed 150 filters in homes and did follow-up visits to 365 homes. Those they go to drink from swamps that you wouldn’t walk in.  Dirty water is the second biggest killer of Liberians.  Malaria is number one.



Our Wordsower Bible Institute finished their level 4 class.  We had 43 students from 6 counties.  Level 4 class prepares students to be missionaries.  Each of the 4 levels lasts 2 weeks.  Several, in this class, have heard our Lord’s call to go to the 5 unreached tribes of Liberia.  Pray with us for the wisdom and ability to send them. 


Our print shop ministry prints and distributes Bible training material.  This month we printed over 130,000 pages and distributed over 1,000 booklets titled “What must I do to be saved.”  We also produced hundreds of manuals for our Bible Institute classes.




Our dental program shows our love and compassion as we fulfill a great need here in Grand Gedeh County.  We have the only dentist in 5 counties.  Muslims come plenty to see our dentist and leave hearing the Gospel and experiencing the love of our Lord. This month we had 22 patients, 11 were Muslims.  30 teeth were extracted.


Our Literacy program is now teaching over 20 students how to read in three class levels.  Prayer and worship are a part of each class.  We want them to experience the joy of reading the Scriptures for themselves.


We are now on the radio.  We have an hour-long program each morning from 5-6.  During this hour we teach and preach.



We have the only Bible book store in 6 counties.  It is difficult for the Liberian deep in the bush to get a Bible.  We sell Bible reference books and Bibles at our cost.  We also have pocket size Bibles we give free.


We treat illnesses.  Malaria is the biggest killer of the Liberian.  Malaria treatment is about $1.  We diagnose and treat Malaria, small wounds and common sicknesses.  We also will cover the costs of medicines for others who have seen a doctor.

Participate with us in prayer:
Pray for the family of Jenkins who died while on mission.
Pray for our May Bible Institute French level 4 class
Pray for a great move of the Holy Spirit to sweep through Liberia.
Pray that we, Wordsower Liberia leaders, will be filled with the Holy Spirit.

100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January.

Please send donations to:
Wordsower International
16960 Sidney-Plattsville Rd
Sidney, OH 45365

Financial report for April:
$790 – staff support.  We have 6 staff members
$548.16 – Motor bikes – includes parts and labor
$510.12 - Gas
$248.42 – Base ministry – includes labor, local transport and ministry
$418.15 – Assist the poor
$400 – House food – we are using 10 a day for soup and 2 bags of rice a month. We feed about 
         20 a day.
$188.44 - Press shop – includes labor, material
$853 – Missions – includes supplies and labor.  Also includes filter team missions
$192.21 – Radio – We have an hour a day on the local radio station
$1,835.48 – Bible Institute. We trained, housed and fed 40 students for 2 weeks
$1,542.75 – Water well for our base.  Our well goes dry every year and is dry now
$192.21 – Radio
$105.88 – Window security
$22.87 – New toilet installation
$85.20 – Fees bank charged for our bank to bank money transfer

$7,932.89 – Grand Total




Monday, April 9, 2018

Our Lord builds His Church, We Participate.

Jesus said, “I will build my church and the gates of Hades will not overcome it.”  His Church is built by Him, not man.

He goes on to say, “I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”  Matt 16 :18-19.  He invites us to participate in His work of building His Church.  What a privilege to be allowed to participate, what a shame if we only become observers.


The below pictures are of 5 congregations that will be highlighted.  They were started by leaders after they attended our Bible Institute.  They all started in houses but have outgrown them.  



The church’s name is Faith Miracle Church.  It was started and is led by former students of our Bible Institute. The walls and floor are dirt, the roof thatched. Wordsower disciples assisted in building it.



The Faith Deliverance Fellowship was also started and is led by former students of our Bible Institute. Their building is still under construction.The roof has tarp and some metal. This week Wordsower disciples will finish the metal roof with them.


The Evangelical Courage Free congregation has out grown the house and has moved into the front yard.  They are now looking for a place to build their worship center.  Again, this fellowship was started and is led by former students of our Bible Institute.


Former Bible Institute students out grew their home church so they are building this structure in Melvin’s front yard. Wordsower disciples are assisting with the construction.

 

Nayanford George has graduated from our school and is on our board.  He and others started Faith United Christian Church.  They are working on starting other house gatherings they hope will also grow into churches.


Thompson and Teressa Morris, are Wordsower trained disciples, they started a church in their home.  They decided to put this addition on their house when the congregation no longer fit in their house. 


All those who have started these churches are Wordsower Liberia field leaders.  They are not satisfied!! They have been fruitful in their Jerusalem and are going into remote villages to start more churches.
“This is what the kingdom of God is like.  A man scatters seed on the ground.  Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not know how.  All by itself the soil produces grain—first the stalk, then the head, then the full kernel in the head. As soon as the grain is ripe, he puts the sickle to it, because the harvest has come.” Mk 4:26-29

“He told them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field. Go! I am sending you out like lambs among wolves.” Lk 10:2-3.  We are the workers.  We pray for more workers.  We, His Church, are commanded to participate.  Join us, participate with us, you are invited.  Don’t be an observer be a participant.


Our vison is a healthy church in every village of Liberia.  This is what we did in March:
  • We went on 25 missions to 35 towns/villages.
  • Showed the Jesus film twice.
  • Distributed 490 water filters to families in remote villages.  We always share the Gospel on these water filter missions.
  • Did 405 water filter follow-up visits to homes.
  • Had 19 dental patients.  Pulling 29 teeth.  We have the only dentist for 5 counties.
  • Printed 50,000 pages of teaching material for our Bible school, evangelism, pastoral training and discipleship.
  • We have a one hour radio teaching each morning on our local radio station.
  • Sold and gave out Bibles.  We have the only Bible book store in 6 counties.


100% of all donations go to the mission. None is used for administration. Tax-deductible receipts will be sent each January. Please send donations to:
Wordsower International
16960 Sidney-Plattsville Rd
Sidney, OH 45365


Prayer requests:
  • Our Bible Institute starts the last two week of this month.  Pray for students, pray that our teachers will be Holy Spirit filled.
  • Pray for our re-incorporation process.
  • Pray for us as we go into villages evangelizing, discipling and training pastors.
  • Pray for a great revival to sweep through Liberia.


Expenditures for March:
$790 – Staff support – This includes 2 living on our base, 2 security, 1 dentist and 1 filter
            team leader.
$820.86 – Motor bikes – Includes parts, labor and gas.
$162.15 – Base ministry – Includes labor, local transport, ministry.
$334.32 – House food – We are using $10 a day for soup and 2 bags of rice a month.  Rice is
               $17.16 per bag.  We usually feed over 20 individuals a day.
$464.12– Window construction and repair – Thieves broke through a window and stole our
                dental supplies.  We had to weld metal bars in our windows.
$1,611.94 - Press shop – Includes printing labor, material, preparing new press building.
                  We also received new press equipment sent through DHL.  We had to pay taxes,
                  tariffs and transport.
$944.01– Missions – Includes supplies and labor.  Also includes filter team missions
$718.37 – Book store – Includes the purchase of books in Monrovia.  We have the only
                Christian Bookstore in 6 counties.
$58.65 – Radio – We have an hour a day on the local radio station we use for teaching.
$237.01 – Bible Institute – Includes supplies purchased when in Monrovia and class prep.

$6,141.43 - Total

Friday, March 16, 2018

March 2018 End of Month Report

Wordsower Liberia was having problems with past board members.  Lack of agreement and reconciliation caused us to close most of the mission for several months until we could work out our problems.  Praise our Lord!!!  These problems have been reconciled and Wordsower Liberia is back in operation!

I returned to Liberia on January 26th and was able to arrive back in Zwedru on February 4th.  We have been working on restarting the mission.

The filter team continued to minister throughout our shutdown.  They have put filters in over 1,000 homes in isolated remote villages.  The average size of a home is 5-6 residents.  Today, approximately 5,500 who were drinking dirty water are drinking clean water.  Dirty water is reported to be the second biggest killer in Liberia; most of whom are under the age of 5.

In February, our filter teams were in 15 villages.  In the villages, they distributed filters to 353 homes.  They also visited 205 homes that had previously been given filters to make sure they were using their filters properly.  


 







One of our filter team members, Messiah, was in a bad motorbike accident deep in the bush while distributing filters.  A rescue team had to go get him. His knee, shoulder and hand were wounded and bleeding.  He hit his head so hard that the helmet split.  His eye is swollen shut and he had to have stitches in his face.  Thank our Lord, there were no broken bones, but there will be scars.  On the hospital bed he saluted, smiled and said such things will never end.  Truly, he is a soldier of the cross!!  All our leaders have had wrecks and bled while spreading the Gospel.  Most have scars and there have been many broken bones.  As they go from village to village, house to house, they share the gospel of our Lord that will bring Salvation.  Passion is suffering and dying for a cause greater then ourselves.  They have it!




We also have been working with an orphanage.  We discovered that most did not have a mattress to sleep on or were sleeping on something old and rotten.  They also did not have sheets or shoes.  We purchased all that was needed.  Every child now has shoes, a mattress and sheets. 




Besides going to the remote villages, we have been going to the ghettos and drug houses of Zwedru presenting the Gospel and discipling.  One former drug house is now hosting the community’s weekly church service. 

In obedience, we show up, present the Gospel and a harvest results.  It is simple but requires sacrifice.   

Friday, May 5, 2017

April 2017 End of Month Report

Special prayer request!   Donations have continued to decrease over the last few months.  This month our limited donations will fund our Bible Institute and some printing but will not fund our other ministries.  We will not be able to go on missions into the villages, distribute water filters, or teach 2 day conferences.  Please be in prayer with us for our Lord to reveal the reasons for the decreased donations.

We went on 36 missions in 8 counties impacting 90 villages and towns in 2 countries, Liberia and Ivory Coast.  A mission can last 1-7 days.  We did 7 two day regional conferences.  Our projector was used 7 times showing the Jesus film and other Christian training films to several hundred people.  We baptized 35 persons.  3 completed our Bible marking training.  Many had the Gospel presented to them and many made confessions of faith asking our Lord for salvation and forgiveness.  We printed approximately 71,000 pages of Bible training material.  We made 1,500 manuals. 

Testimony:  Darlington Quayee gives us his testimony:  At the age of 11 the rebels took me from my parents.  Immediately they trained me to be a soldier.  I carried an AK-47 rifle.  They beat me and kept me drugged and drunk.  Once when I refused to fight they stabbed me with a knife.  They took me into the villages to fight and kill.  At the age of 17 I escaped to Ivory Coast as a refugee.  At the age of 25 I returned to Liberia and was again made to be a rebel fighter against the government forces.  After the war I was able to find my mother after 16 years.

Kim found me in the bar drunk with my friends and fellow rebel fighters.  I stayed drunk most of the time.  He came plenty teaching us the Bible and about God.  I listened, repented, became a Christian, was baptized and have attended 2 of Wordsower’s Bible Institute levels.  Now I am giving testimony to my friends.  I tell them about how they too can come to Christ and be forgiven.   


Thank you World Missionary Press!!!  They are located of New Paris, Indiana and have printed and shipped to us 1,000s of Bible verse tracts and 3,000 much needed French NT Bibles.  All for free!!!  The French speaking refuges are overjoyed to now have their own copy of the scriptures.  We have been blessed with this most wonderful gift from them.  Again we say thank you World Missionary Press!  




Missions:  On our motor bikes we go into very remote villages.  Often we go as far as the trail will allow and then park and hike for hours, or cross rivers on rafts to present the Gospel to the people.  Most do not have churches.   All want a church in their village.  Always we are well received and invited back.  When we enter we evangelize, disciple, raise up leaders and start churches.  Truly the harvest is plentiful.  Our Bible school is training and sending out harvesters plenty. 

Wordsower Bible Institute:  We had 40 students in our English level 2 class and several that listened in.  Again we experienced the Holy Spirit teaching through us teachers.  At great sacrifice the students came from 7 of the 15 Liberian counties.  They were excited to return as trained harvesters to make disciples and are excited to return back to our base for the next level. 

Water Filter Distribution:  This month we went to 30 remote small villages and gave filters to 266 homes providing clean water for about 1,330 people.  The people in these villages were drinking water that you would not even want to touch and the result was much disease, suffering and death.  In the last two months we have provided clean water for almost 3,000 people.  Also when we go we always present Christ and His Gospel.  And always when we return to them for more discipleship training they are excited to receive us and want to learn more of our Lord.  Jesus, while on earth, met the felt needs of the people showing His love and compassion.  We here are doing the same in His name through these filters.

Dental ministry:  This month our dental team did 15 extractions.  We still have not gotten official permission to run our clinic.  Please pray that we will get permission from the head of the county Health Department.      

Press Shop Construction:  The inside is complete and the outside needs only small cosmetics.  We have partially moved in and are now using the building.

Pray requests:  This month is a month of rest.  About half of all our ministries have been shut down for lack of funds.  We will have 3 united days of fasting and prayer this month plus other times of united prayer.  Pray with us that our Lord will reveal the reason for this rest.

Expenditures:
Missions
·      $1,484 - Missions – includes feeding, compensation, rice for conferences
·      $708 - Bikes – includes gas, parts and labor
Press shop – $33 – for generator gas and labor
Humanitarian - $720 – Assisted many with food, rent, clothing and medical care
Dental Program - $50 – Used for worker wages 
Bible Institute - $1,689 – 40 students attended English level 2 week class.
Base expenses:
·      $111 Cook labor – we cook for 10-20 every day during construction and up to 80 when our Bible Institute is in session.
·      $180 Security labor – our doors and windows are secure, so thieves cut through our metal roof to enter.  This now requires us to have security at night.
·      $350 - Compensation for 3 staff members
·      $106 - Base supplies and maintenance
·      $400 - House food
Press shop construction – $994 – Includes material, feeding and labor.

$6,825  – Total

Keeping you informed.  Keep us in your prayers

kim


Sunday, April 2, 2017

March 2017 End of Month Report

We went on 57 missions in 7 counties impacting 117 villages and towns in 2 countries, Liberia and Ivory Coast.  A mission can last 1-7 days.  We did 8 two day conferences.  Our projector was used several times showing the Jesus film and other Christian training films.  We baptized 1 person.  10 completed our Bible marking training.  Many had the Gospel presented to them and many made confessions of faith asking our Lord for salvation and forgiveness.  We printed approximately 5,000 pages of Bible training material.  We made 35 manuals. 
 
Daily in our rooms we have wasps, malaria infested mosquitos, large spiders, beetles, roaches and millipedes along with chickens and doves.  But in our French level 2 class we also had less common visitors.  We had a large black scorpion in our classroom, a snake in one of our houses and the cat in a great acrobatic move snatched a bat out of the air that was in my room.  OH, do I ever love this place!
 
We had 33 students and 8 children in our French level 2 class and several that listened in.  I have been teaching in this school for years.  Always I will experience the Holy Spirit teaching through me.  But this time it was abundant!  Throughout each day I had to stop and take notes of what the Holy Spirit was teaching through me.  It was a level of anointing that I have never experienced before.  Always with the refugees the Holy Spirit is powerfully present.  These refugees have been stripped of everything yet are full of joy and hope. 















Orphans, Refugees, Widows and the Blind:  We discovered an orphanage we have worked with before that was in deplorable condition, no food, no shoes, no school.  We assisted with food and shoes and are praying about the level of future involvement that our Lord desires.  We came across a suffering widow.  She needed a roof on her home.  We put on a metal roof for her.  We discovered the children of the blind refugees without proper shoes.  We purchased shoes for them.  We discovered a blind school without food.  We purchased food for them.  Who is “we”?  It is you and I united.  It is those who read our reports, pray and assist us with support. 
 
Our first missionary team returns:  They spied out the land of the Vai, Dan and Gola tribes and have returned.  Theses tribes are a Muslim mixed with animistic stronghold.  Our team went to Grand Cape Mont and Bomi counties.  They went to several cities, towns and villages praying, observing and discussing with the people.  This is from their report:
·         Oddly, overall we were received with excitement and joy.  Many expressed their happiness to see WSL coming to them.  They said it was a sign from God and answered prayer.
·         Grand Cape Mont is known as the center place for Muslims and the Vai tribe in Liberia.  In West Africa they are the Muslim bridge between the countries of Sierra Leon and Guinea.
·         Many Muslims are trained, smart and dedicated to keeping out Christianity.
·         In Robertsport, the capital city of Grand Cape Mont County, it seems that Christianity is accepted more and that many youth are coming to Christ.  But still there are almost no churches in the villages. 
·         We visited and saw that the Gola and Dan tribes have large settlements in neighboring Bomi County.  Bomi’s neighbor, Lofa County, is also a stronghold of animistic Muslims. 
·         These counties are very poor and the cost of living high.  They do not grow near enough food to feed themselves. 
·         The Vai are naturally unhospitable and are a very dependent people. 
We are now praying for the timing of sending an indigenous missionary team to them.





Water Filter Distribution:  This month we went to 31 remote small villages and gave filters to 251 homes providing clean water for about 1,255 people.      

Press Shop Construction:  The outside needs only small cosmetics and half of the inside is now complete.  Our team here hopes to have it finished in April, Lord willing.

Pray requests:  We are always overwhelmed with praise.  The fruit of our Bible Institute is the sending out of workers into His harvest field.   Still remain in prayer for that the County Health Department that they will give us permission to officially operate our dental clinic.  Pray as we seek our Lord’s timing for sending out missionary teams into the Vai, Dan and Gola tribes.   
 
Expenditures:
Missions
·        $2,193 Missions – includes feeding, compensation, rice for conferences
·        $1,009 Bikes – includes gas, parts and labor
Press shop – 1,036 – purchased enough paper to print 170,000 pages and other press supplies
Humanitarian - $520 – Assisted many with food, rent, clothing and medical care
Dental Program - $80 – Used for worker wages 
Bible Institute - $2,000 – 33 students attended French level 2 week class.  This class was for Ivorian Refugees
Base expenses:
·        $112 Cook labor – we cook for 10-20 every day during construction and up to 80 when our Bible Institute is in session.
·        $186 Security labor – our doors and windows are secure, so thieves cut through our metal roof to enter.  This now requires us to have security at night.
·        $350 - Compensation for 3 staff members
·        $106 - Base supplies and maintenance
·        $400 - House food
Press shop construction – $2,263 – Includes purchasing tools, material, feeding and labor.
$10,255  – Total
 
Keeping you informed.  Keep us in your prayers
 
kim