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God's Truth Abideth Still: Rafiki's Continued Work

God's Truth Abideth Still: Rafiki's Continued Work

“God’s truth abideth still; his kingdom is forever” —“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” by Martin Luther

Rafiki is thankful to serve an unchanging God who sits upon His throne. He continues to be faithful to us in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, and we are blessed to continue operating in both the United States and Africa at this time. Read about Rafiki’s coronavirus update here: https://rafikifoundation.org/blog-detail/how-rafiki-is-handling-the-coronavirus.

Though African governments have ordered school closings, Rafiki remains committed to meeting our orphans’ practical and spiritual needs. In Malawi, sixty-seven Rafiki resident students recently received 10 kg of maize meal, lots of peanut butter, long bars of soap, disposable gloves, and three mouth masks each. Eventually, every child currently living with relatives received both physical and spiritual food. It was a joy to see the children, some with their grandparents or other relatives, smile as they received the needed provisions. We rejoiced to see their healthy, enthusiastic faces. With the photographer maintaining a safe distance, each child got his or her picture taken.

The children also received a copy of their upcoming Rafiki Bible Study lessons so they can continue studying God’s Word in depth at home. We pray this unique time will be an opportunity for the students to minister to their extended families and communities. We are thankful to the Lord and earnestly pray that each one of these children will return to the Rafiki Village and our shared learning, playing, worshipping, and growing in the knowledge of the Lord will soon begin again.  

Until then, we continue to serve and pray—knowing that He is faithful to see us through.