Soaring temperatures to 120 degrees make….
….. brickmaker prisons unbearable! It’s a time
…..when the sick, elderly, and infants die!
Even though the slaves will not say anything bad FOR FEAR of the brick master, BRICKMAKER PRISONS IN SUMMER ARE a living hell! Bugs, poor water, and food conditions, sleepless nights in a 10 x12 brick room—they only think of survival for the family for one more day, work, and their quota of bricks! Even during BLISTERING HOT summer months, THEY labor 12-14 hours a day!
The families we FREED RECENTLY were so happy, thankful, and humble! Their gratefulness was like Christmas Day when I was a little child. Teresa and I ask many questions at every interview, as the families that are delivered come directly to our mission center in Pakistan for orientation. Morning temperatures were 107° and moving up to scorching burning heat of 120° at the peak of the day.
Even though June is deliverance month we can’t deliver them all, BUT WE CAN MAKE LIFE MORE TOLERABLE FOR THEM, plus save many LIVES! We’ve been helping with water jugs long before SETTING ENTIRE FAMILIES FREE along with beds and blankets. They protect from the intense heat from the floor at night. We have seen intense burns on the backs of prisoners due to hot floors. Also, we conduct meetings and distribute shoes to ease their feet from the burning sand. All these distributions give us an opportunity for evangelism!
THIS IS AN EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN TO SAVE LIVES! We’re conducting water jug campaigns with mosquito nets.
A jug and net are only $20. GIVING THEM A WATER JUG IS EQUIVALENT TO GIVING THEM A CAR!