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On May 13, 1987, during a moonlit night in Mozambique, six missionaries and an eighteen-month-old girl were abducted at gunpoint from their missions base and medical clinic. This work discusses the profound effect this experience had on the author's understanding of humanity, the rivers of bloodshed throughout Africa, and the hope in Christ.
Trish Perkins was born in Rhodesia, which is now Zimbabwe. Ten days after marrying Roy Perkins, she went into Mozambique and the rest is history - She has been there 23 years, witnessing five rebel attacks during seven years of war. With her husband they experienced five years of drought during which they were responsible for feeding 25,000 people. Trish obeyed the Lord's instructions to allow others to join them to establish a boys and girls children's home, farm, school, technical school, clinic and other projects which have still to be completed. Their aim is that the Kingdom of God should come to Mozambique, and to the nations who send teams to them to work in Mozambique.