Story number 1 for 11 Jul 2002

By July 11, 2002

(East Africa)–We begin today in Southeast Africa where millions of people are at risk of starving if something isn’t done soon. World Concern’s Kelly Miller says the people of Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Angola are most at risk. “To date there are upwards of 13-million people at risk of not having enough food to eat. It’s not a potential situation, it is already a phenomenally huge crisis. One that needs immediate response today, tomorrow and weeks and months to come to avert a lot of death and help get people back on their feet.” According to Miller, relief coupled with the Gospel are keys to seeing many people turn to Christ. “Communicating the truth of the Gospel obviously is needed, but if somebody is not alive it doesn’t do them a whole lot of good, so the physical care and the physical care that in our mind is a complete reflection of Christ and the love of God.” Call 1-800-755-5022 to help.

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