In 1989 James and Betty went to Mozambique to report on famine conditions and the resulting deaths of children. It was a journey they will never forget. It was hard to view the graves of children who had died from malnutrition, and more graves were being dug on a daily basis. But in the midst of their heart-break for the families and children, James and Betty did find a bright spot in their meetings with Peter and Ann Pretorius, missionaries who had dedicated their lives to making a difference in Africa. They had established a good work to begin feeding children a nutritional soup, and James made the commitment to join with Peter and Ann to help feed 5000 children a day. Now, more than 27 years later, Mission Feeding has be-come one of the most effective feeding outreaches, not just in Mozambique, but in several nations across southern Africa. More than 400,000 children are fed each weekday in village outposts or in the village schools. Thank you for helping feed children and save lives. Mission Feeding and YOU truly make a difference for thousands of children each day.
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