SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN

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Cash donations for the Mzuzu Crisis Nursery may be sent to: Presbytery of Northern New York - Mzuzu Crisis Nursery 8739 U.S. Route 11 Potsdam, NY 13676

The Nursery

We have been away from the nursery for 4 years.  We left in September 2007 and the staff ran the nursery until the Hellers arrived in August 2008.  Paul and Darlene left in March 2011 and the staff along with a new Malawian director have been running the nursery since then.
We have been amazed at this place since we have arrived.  The staff has been good stewards of what has been entrusted to them.  The nursery is housed in our old home here and we left all our furnishings and all the other supplies that we purchased to run the nursery.  Much has been purchased and added but there are many things that are still here from what we bought.  We left a boom box and some CD’s and never assumed it would still be here and working but it is.  Much of the pots and utensils are still here.  To some of you that may not seem like much, but it is huge here in Malawi.  Things have a way of walking off here.  The staff here is truly amazing.
For those who have supported the nursery I can tell you that your support has been used wisely.  If you haven’t supported the nursery I would suggest that you should as you can trust the staff to use it as wise stewards.

POSTED BY LANGDON FAMILY

 

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