It seems all our main team members who live in Cameroon are suffering and/or grieving. You've already been praying for Monique, Magdalene, and Silas.
Steve and Julie Anderson have just decided that Steve should come to Minneapolis as soon as possible to have some time with his father, Les Anderson, whose Alzheimers has taken a definite turn. Julie plans to come as soon as the Harvest project is done. Our team leader, Bob Horning, has assured her that we will be fine if she feels she should return sooner.
David Anderson also sends a prayer request:
Florence injured tendons in her ankle some months ago and they have not healed properly. Between that pain (when walking) and her arthritis, she has been unable to do all that she would like to do.
Finally, David sends this encouraging update about Clovis:
His surgery went well (Monday). He will need to be in the hospital for six weeks, then physical therapy. They are confident his legs will be much straighter, making walking easier. This puts a strain on his Mom, who must stay at the hospital with him to provide care. But she reports that there are now nine people who have come to Christ through her witness and Bible study! She says she has never had people respond to her witness this way before.
Praise the Lord, and please keep praying.