If you follow me on Facebook you’ll know that my amazing husband is currently in Africa. Last week he travelled to Uganda and this week he is in Rwanda–serving the LORD in his new role as Executive Director for Pure and Faultless. Anthony has had the most incredible time getting to know our partner ministries in those countries and building relationships which are just precious. Reading his updates has reminded me of a Hillsong song that we used to sing in the 90’s.
“We will seek Your face Almighty God
Turn and pray for You to heal our land
Father let revival start in us
Then every heart will know Your kingdom come.”
Let it start with us, Lord Jesus!
His stories and pictures have left me weeping. So much pain and suffering in the world. So much heartache. You can read some of his personal accounts on the Pure and Faultless BLOG. Also, if you don’t know already, you can follow us on FACEBOOK.
Despair all around, yet so much HOPE as His church presses on to BE His hands and feet to a world who desperately needs to know that He is near. This is the Kingdom coming on the earth.
Rehab’s Corner–the home that Pure and Faultless established last year–is growing fast. Our new buildings are going up quickly on our land and soon we will be able to accommodate so many more treasured women who need a safe place to call home.
Our team has a big dream for Rahab’s Corner and thankfully we know the ONE who makes the impossible, possible.
Because of the great need and our rapid growth, the Father has graciously provided extra hands and hearts on the ground to help. This fall, Chris and Kazden Duggan will be moving to Uganda to serve as Pure & Faultless interns. This special couple will live on our land, help to care for our residents, and ensure that all of their needs (counseling, vocational training, paperwork, Bible study, etc.) are met. The Duggans will be in Uganda for a year, and we are so blessed and excited to see what God does in and through them. You can read their story HERE. If you feel led, will you prayerfully consider supporting them as they take this giant leap of faith, please? We’re trusting the Lord that all of their needs will be met.
Kazden in Uganda a few years ago.
Thanks, friends. I am so thankful that you pray for our family, our journey, and the ministry that God has called us to pour our hearts into. Thank you for being such faithful friends to us! We are grateful.