CAM missionaries on the move

If home is where the heart is, then for Sam Livingston, who is Indian and works at Nyangombe in Zambia, home is in England, where his fiancée Sarah Maltby lives in Preston. Sam left India for UK on 13 November and had to quarantine for 14 days. Now he is out and about (as far as the ‘tier 3’ Covid restrictions in Lancashire allow!) and busy planning his wedding for early 2021 – with a very small guest list, sadly.

It has been a turbulent year for Carol Seymour and Ginny Perkins, who work in Lubumbashi, Congo. They have faced complex problems in some areas of their work, still unresolved, and they have been through tense periods of unrest, when they have had to stay put at the Living Waters Centre and not venture out on ministry trips. Now, at last, it has been possible for them to take a three-month break from 6 December.  A friend has kindly made available to them a bungalow in Wickford, UK. They are so ready for this time of rest and reunion with family and friends – socially distant, of course! (Their first two weeks will be spent self-isolating!)

For Wanderley & Rosaria da Silva, who are based in Chimoio, Mozambique, it is time for their annual trip home to Brazil, to get medical and dental checks done, as well as seeing their loved ones over Christmas. They plan to leave on 14 December to fly home.

We pray for God’s blessing on these missionaries as they prepare for the festive season at home.