Cameroonian Christian

Jacqueline’s husband, a pastor, was murdered by Boko Haram militants in Cameroon, leaving her to care their eight children. Barnabas provided a sewing machine for her to earn a living and helped fund the children’s school fees. When these were given to Jacqueline she began to weep. “I do not cry for my husband,” she reassured the local Cameroonian Christian workers who had bought the gift and told her they came from Christians all around the world, “I cry for people who take that trouble for me and my children.” Pray that Jacqueline’s small tailoring business will thrive and that the Lord will protect the family from all harm.

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