Water of Life: Nigeria/Jungle Missions ~ Butatong, Nigeria/The Beginning
The following videos show the process of the work at Jungle Missions in the year 2009 and 2010.
Jungle Missions: Day One
Jungle Missions is located near Butatong in Cross River State Nigeria. We had medical supplies that needed to be delivered out to the medical outpost there and needed to bring the supplies and materials for the water project. We would also be taking the audio players with the local language of Boki with us. These would be used for the village churches that have been planted by Jungle Missions out in that area. We would be making the 6-hour journey by road with our friend Okor, who would be driving the pickup truck.
We want to acknowledge Ken Reynolds for the music in these videos.
Jungle Missions: Day Two
This is Day Two of the project at Jungle Missions, Butatong Cross River State, Nigeria. Our focus on this day was the water project which entailed digging the trenches, laying and connection the pipes, connecting and placing the pump in the hand dug well on site and then connecting every-thing to the storage tank which would supply the Mission house with water. We also met with the local chiefs.
Jungle Missions: Day Three
This is our final day at Jungle Missions. We will focus on getting the water into the Missions house and also going through the materials for the hygiene program and medical books for the Sound of Life Medical Clinic. We will also be instructing the basics for the four audio players with the Bible and gospel stories in the language of Boki as well as English. These will be for the remote village churches planted by Missionary Ray. There are now eight churches in the remote areas so more players will be needed.
Jungle Missions: Field Report
This video provides an update on the work at Jungle Missions Base, Butatong, Cross River State, Nigeria.
It contains an interview with Esther Oben, wife of Ray Oben who founded Jungle Missions.
It concludes with the current status of our work there with them.