A Christmas Miracle

Dear Precious Partners,

With our celebration of this most wonderful time of year, as Christians we rejoice in the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9.6

Where we are building this ministry in Ndulia Village, we have seen that this is one of the poorest villages in Zambia. God has positioned us in the perfect place to represent the heart of the Father.

We were so excited to do another outreach for Christmas. We wanted to bless the people that will be our neighbors. We brought food for widows and orphans and brought gifts for the children. We asked the Lord what we should bring, and we felt that soccer balls for the young boys and teddy bears for the young girls would be appropriate. When I saw the pictures coming to us, my heart melted when I saw a young girl with a big smile on her face holding one of the teddy bears. Then my brother Benjamin called, so excited to tell us a testimony.

He shared that as he came to a small building that was cracked and in need of repair, he found an older woman, a widow who lived alone in this place. As he went to hand her the food he realized that she was blind. He asked “ma’am are you blind?” She answered “yes I am.” He asked “ma’am may I pray for you?” She answered “yes you may”. Benjamin prayed a prayer of faith believing God for a miracle, and that is exactly what happened. God restored the woman’s eyesight. In Zambia when addressing an older woman, you would address her as grandma. Below is a picture of Grandma receiving Spiritual food as well as physical food.

Here is a video of where grandma lives.

My brother Benjamin was so excited the day this miracle happened that he didn’t get to share with us until two days later what Grandma said after she received her sight. She was so excited and rejoiced with our team, then looking at her house she said ” is this where I live?” With your help this will be one widow that we will most certainly help have a new home to live in. For less than five thousand dollars we can build a new structure for this Grandma.

Here are just a few pictures of the wonderful outreach in Ndulika Village

God is doing a powerful work in Ndulika Village. As a ministry we will be focusing on our neighbors as we begin to build, and with your help we can see children beginning school, families being transformed and life skills being taught as we break the orphan spirit and the spirit of poverty. Would you please consider and end of the year gift to help build Tower of Strength Ministries. Your tax deductible donation can be made by visiting our support page.

We are eternally grateful for prayers and support. Know that you are all always in our prayers.

Love with all the affection of Christ Jesus,

Kevin and Joy

Pure and undefiled religion before our God and Father is this: to care for the widows and orphans.

James 1:27