Alliance Missionaries Robbed

L and K and their children, were sleeping when thieves broke into their house and stole two laptop computers. The workers, who minister in Burkina Faso, West Africa, had recently returned from the States after attending the funeral of L’s father. Around 3 a.m., K heard their dogs barking at the other side of the house. When they quieted down, she went back to sleep.  
The next morning, K noticed that the laptops were missing. The front door was closed but not latched. No other valuables were taken. “Thankfully, most of the data on the laptops was backed up, but we did lose some documents and files,” said L. With the heavy security they have (including eight-foot high walls, bars on the windows, watchdogs, and guards), the robbery was traumatic. The past few months have been stressful, so the family feels overwhelmed by this latest crisis.  
“We find ourselves faced with difficult questions in this country we’ve come to call home,” they said. “How do we feel safe in a house that seems so well-protected? How much more can our family handle? Please be in prayer as we seek answers to those questions and peace for our hearts.”


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