Lesotho Needs your Prayers

Continue to pray for sustainable provision for church leaders in Lesotho. The need is great due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 1 Chronicles 16:34 the Bible reminds us to always give thanks to the Lord, “Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; His love endures forever.”

This month a wonderful testimony from Lesotho was shared. Pray that many more wonderful testimonies will come from Lesotho – testimonies that will show God’s supernatural provision.

Church leaders and their families in Lesotho are rejoicing. Thanks to the hard work of Francois Snyman, full time missionary and HLT (Harvesters Licensed Trainer), and the generous donations of loyal donors it was possible to hand out food parcels to more than 130 families.

Each family received maize meal, beans, salt, soya mince, cooking oil and washing powder. These are some of the most basic necessities that Lesotho families need.

It was amazing to see how believers saved their fellow brothers and sisters from starvation – even though they are complete strangers. God is good and faithful – always!

On the last trip to deliver aid, Francois and his family travelled for more than 11 hours to deliver the much needed aid to church leaders and their families.

“Some of these churches are situated beyond rural, where only donkeys feel comfortable to tread and my years of off-road experience and my vehicle’s capabilities were pushed to its limit,” said Francois Snyman.

Church leaders were overwhelmed, very thankful and appreciative of the generous gifts. There are many church leaders and church members that really struggled due to the impact and after effect of the nationwide lockdown in Lesotho. Many church leaders have really been hit hard and they urgently need prayers and support to stay strong for their congregations.

“May our Lord truly bless those who will receive and those who gave so generously,” Francois Snyman said.

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Continue to pray for Lesotho and the more than 60 countries where Harvesters Ministries is sharing the Gospel and making disciples. Believers and non-believers all across the globe need your prayers.

Church leaders in Lesotho had their prayers answered. In Romans 12:12 we are reminded to pray faithfully, Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.”