Hangar Walls and Roof Complete

A big celebration was held recently to commemorate the completion of the hangar walls and roof in Mozambique. SAM Ministries was blessed by the tremendous team effort by partnering organization, Mercy Air, the Harderwyk team from the U.S.A., and the Mozambican staff in putting up the hangar structure over the past few months.

The hangar walls and roof complete with wind sock.

Work remaining includes a concrete floor.

Harderwyk Team and Mozambican staff

Barbara Wayner writes: “We are thanking the Lord for [good progress made on] the building which will serve the Lord and the people of southern Africa for many generations to come. We also celebrated protection from injury and from the sun. It was 95 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher most days, that’s one reason the guys and the team started working at 5:00 a.m.. Wow, that is early but it’s cooler too!

Celebrating in Africa means dancing and singing.

[And eating food, too.]

The hangar is a testimony of the Lord’s love and faithfulness through His people, both through those who have supported the work with their prayers, finances and expertise, and those who came to Mozambique to erect the building.

The day the hangar walls and roof were complete, the windows of heaven opened with rain. Rain represents the Lord’s blessings and in Africa we understand the blessing of the rain to a greater degree. The people have been praying for rain for their crops, they need more rain. Please pray with them that the Lord will bless them with more rain and they will know it is from Him, not from the rain god but from Jehovah Jireh, the Creator and sustainer of the universe!

Thank you Jesus for the privilege of knowing you and being set free by You!

Blessed to be a blessing!