When our partner Johan Leach in remote Chavuma, Zambia, wants to organize discipleship training in Chilombo, Angola, his to-do list is a bit different than it would be anywhere else.
Because they are going where few others are going with the Gospel, Johan and his team must literally make a road so that the team coming from South Africa to do the training can get from Chavuma, Zambia to Chilombo, Angola.
This one-minute video shows you the incredible obstacles faced to hold this important ministry event to equip God's people to make disciples who make disciples.
As you saw, Johan's field vehicle endures a lot of wear and tear from the difficult terrain.
The remoteness of this area means not many have been able to get there with the Gospel, so Johan's ministry to bring the Gospel to villages on the Luvale floodplain is crucial.
But travel logistics are a big part of anything the Leachs do. Having a vehicle that can handle the extremely rough terrain is essential, and ministry is limited when that vehicle isn’t operational.
Right now, Johan’s vehicle is in “limp mode” and in urgent need of about $2730 for repair and transport to a city with a repair shop. This is the cost of ministering to these hard-to-reach people in such a remote and rugged area.
If you'd like to help with this expense, click the button below and add "vehicle repair" to the comments when making your donation.
Johan Leach shows some incredible images of bridges and roads between his mission base in Chavuma and Chilombo, Angola and explains why he and a team are out in the bush rebuilding and forging roads to Chilombo.
In this conclusion of the 3-part video series Making a Way for the Gospel, Reverend Reynold Fourie of the Reformed Church Belville East in Cape Town, South Africa shares about the training his team provided, with the help of ITMI partner, Johan Leach. …
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