(peanut butter) love
But after her husband’s death 15 years ago, Louise became physically weak and could no longer work in the fields. She had lost her only source of income.
Last year, in one project alone, Tearfund distributed vegetable seeds to 17,400 people like Louise, and also distributed tools such as hoes, watering cans and rakes. As a result, Louise and her family were able to harvest a whopping 187kg of peanuts.
One of Tearfund’s staff members tried the peanut butter. The verdict? ‘It’s amazing! Thick and crunchy... she boils the nuts before grinding them, so it’s naturally quite sweet and creamy.’
Pray for widows the world over; That God will be their comforter and protector.
Thank God that Louise has found this new lease of life, and pray that she will continue to grow in strength and joy for many more years.
Lift up our staff and partners in the Central African Republic and ask for God’s protection and blessing on their amazing work.
A note from...
'We are so thankful for all of your prayers, which enable us to support people like Louise. It's only thanks to our supporters that she's been able to rebuild her livelihood and make her delicious peanut butter.'