Keeping the Lights On

IMG_1156We were blessed today with a $3,000 gift from a dear Christian businessman. This gift covered the expenses of new inverter batteries for our home! We have sixteen marine batteries that are hooked up to an inverter. These batteries are charged whenever we have electricity, either from the city or from our generator. When we lose the electricity from either one of these sources, the power then clicks over to our inverter. This provides us with 24-hour electricity. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to replace a few of the batteries at a time. They all must be replaced at once. Since the batteries cost $170 apiece, you can do the math and see that this is very costly to maintain.

We are very grateful for this need having been provided so that we can turn our attention to other needs of the ministry. Thank you anonymous friend for keeping us out of the dark!

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