Mike and Queen are doing a tremendous job out at the William Orr Rescue Unit. Mike reported that the hammer mill that was moved from Lufy to Luswishi began operation on Oct 7. He says at this point he grinds about 45-50 gallons per day. That’s maybe about 24 people a day coming to grind maize. He says some have crossed four rivers to get to Luswishi for grinding. He said the maize is coming out just what the people want in terms of quality. The community is very appreciative and says a big thank you for what they now have. They also are the local “Wal Mart” for that area. They run a very well stocked kiosk. They even have built a shelter for the kiosk. Queen is an astute businesswoman and seems to know what the people want. She also is an evangelist and there isn’t much she does that doesn’t include the gospel. Four ladies were saved this past month as she shared with them. In addition Mike the miller there is also Mike the teacher. He is one of three teachers at the local community school that has 200 pupils. The school never was consistent until the Monzes came but now it is open most every day. Plus there is Mike the doctor. He says they see on average about 40 patients a day. Mike the farmer has been busy as well. They have cleared about 10 acres for maize planting this season and are ready to plant seeds. There are 190 orphans registered at Luswishi. Mike and Queen usually have one camp a week and have opportunity to share the gospel with them. Seven were saved this past month at those camps. Mike also has a motorbike at Luswishi and he often is asked to visit other units or help out as needed in the area of transportation. This has been a real lifeline to many. So as you can see the Luswishi area has been greatly impacted by the rescue unit ministry.