No.26 – Central African Republic (CAR) easySango; easySomali; money; Ethiopia again, CLUSTERS

Please see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_%28PPP%29_per_capita and scroll down to see that CAR and Somalia are the poorest nations in the world.

Yesterday i rejoiced to receive Luke’s Gospel at level A from Narcisse in Camp Rhino, North Uganda in easySango of CAR. The dolls in the featured photo – made by a lady in N Wales who is over 90 – will be posted soon to Camp Rhino together with baby clothes – next week. Please email mlloyd3000.com for the postal address! I will not publicise your email address – to avoid you being pestered by the wrong people. I read recently that half the food aid sent to Nigeria never reaches the poor.

Please pray for Bishop Isaac and Cardinal David as they travel to Kijabe, Kenya for their meeting at 9am on Tuesday 27th June with my European miisionary friends (of 20 years) who bravely work to help Somali peoples. easySomali at level A would be great!

In recent months i’ve been invited to buy 3 cars for different people, a house, a tractor and also a chicken factory for team members as well as educate their children, pay their hospital bills, medical expenses, bereavement expenses and air fares,

THIS IS NOT – AND NEVER WILL BE PART OF THE MINISTRY OF EASYBIBLES. For such help please contact missions like Christian Aid. They do a good job!
Louis Ratman, who died last year in his native Malaysia where he was i/c Wycliffe Bible Translators (after several years i/c WBT Uganda) advised me about 8 years ago that translation teams should look to God for their support and trust Him.

We serve our Lord – who often had ‘nowhere to lay his head’.

On Tues 27th we may find a bank to start our CIO -BUT PLEASE DO NOT EXPECT TO BECOME RICH IF YOU JOIN AN EASYBIBLES TEAM. The money donated will be used just to help with initial printing – until the churches take over and to help with Conferences.

We are unique and don’t intend to copy other established missions. We intend to build nations up to retain their own copyrights – not patronise or colonise them. That all belongs or should belong to the past!

But i also get Kindle Fire tablets to people like our friend Pastor Henok in Ethiopia. This just arrived:
‘Greetings Martin
I am really glad to send you the first chapter of John Level A,and I am hoping I will finish the the entire chapters soon.
Pastor yohannis called me today that he is actively working on Kemibatta translation of Luke level A.
I am trying to find more volunteer native translators of Hadiya, Gurage, and other Ethiopian languages.
God bless you, Henok’

CLUSTERS

We now rejoice that Clusters of easylanguages are now spreading out from Addis Ababa, Busia in Kenya and Manipur, India. PRAISE HIS WONDERFUL NAME !!

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