Nsama Kaoma

Kaoma and Kalengule
Nsama and Kalengule

Please pray for Nsama Kaoma, wife of Kalengule Kaoma, GCI mission developer in Africa. Nsama’s heart problems have returned. Her heart is enlarged and currently is working at less than 50% capacity. Doctors are concerned and have ordered bed rest. This puts a strain on Kalengule who spends a lot of time traveling throughout Africa. In August he has  pastoral leadership meetings scheduled in several countries and was planning to be away from home for several weeks. It is a difficult time for the family.

Cards may be sent to:

Nsama Kaoma
PO Box 50117
Ridgeway
Lusaka, Zambia
 

8 thoughts on “Nsama Kaoma”

  1. Hi Nsama,
    We are with you in prayers. We surely will miss you in August when Ghana G.C.I. celebrates her 40th anniversary. May the good Lord provide the healing you need. Amen. God bless you, our sister.

  2. Dear Nsama and Kalengule,

    The Lord knows all your pains and challenges and He will never leave you alone. We will be praying for healing and for God’s favor in your lives.

    Blessings,
    Santiago and Elke

  3. My dear friends Nsama & Kalengule
    As my churches prayed for you several years ago, we will again lift our prayers to our gracious Lord for his healing in your life. KK – we continue to keep you and your travels through central Africa – as you serve our God – in our weekly prayers.
    It was great seeing you again at the New Jersey Conf in May.
    Rest in the Lord’s grace and peace
    You are loved
    David & Jonnie Perry

  4. Prayers of blessing, healing and provision for Nsama and for you. May our loving Father keep you both in His arms.

  5. Dear Nsama & Kalengule, Marlene and my prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult trial. As God’s love surrounds, may he provide the peace that transcends our understanding. We pray healing for you, Nsama, and strength for both of you. May God provide all that is needed, including healing and comfort.

    Warm regards,
    Thom and Marlene

  6. Dear Nsama and Kalengule;
    you are very much in my prayers, I cannot comprehend all that you are going through but I will pray for you two.
    Tim

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