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Evangelist's Visit, Sponsors & My Health

Claudia Wintoch

17 November 2008


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Monthly budget: $5000 or €3200
Monthly support: $1400 or €900



In the US:

Make checks payable to CTC.
Don't write my name on the check, but add a note that it's for me.
Send it to:
Christ Triumphant Church
PO Box 2282
Lee's Summit, MO 64063

In Europe:

Account holder: Dr. Claudia Wintoch
Bank name: BA/CA
Bank number: 12000
Account number: 509.101.468.00
IBAN: AT03 12000 509 101 468 00



Mailing address

Claudia Wintoch
BPE 1654
Bamako, Mali
West Africa




(+223) land
(+223) cell

(816) 256 2439
Call this US number,
and I'll pick up on my computer!




Skype: healing2thenations

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Nov 22-30   Austrian evangelist visit

Nov 30   4th Church Anniversary

Jan 6-29    Wichita & Kansas City, KS

Jan 29-31    Pasadena, CA




H2TNI is a non-profit organization incorporated in Augusta, GA.


Dr. Claudia R. Wintoch is
part of the apostolic network
Harvest International Ministries (HIM - founder Che Ahn).

I had some physical rest these past 10 days, and am returning to Mali today, to A LOT OF work and very busy weeks ahead. Your prayers are much appreciated so that I make it through this time.



We still need $16,850 to finish the dining hall, where street kids are already spending the nights and where our activities are held. Please mark your donation with "construction Mali". Details on the DONATION and CONSTRUCTION pages.

Image: Oct 13, 2008


The most well-known Austrian evangelist Erwin Fillafer is coming to Mali on Saturday. He's been on Austrian TV numerous times, and has seen a thousand people healed, as well as the dead raised.

In the beginning of the year I had an email from an acquaintance who is a prophetic evangelist who hardly ever writes. He told me that an evangelist would come to visit us in Mali this year, and his visit would make a huge impact. Erwin is the first and only visiting evangelist this year.

He's also the first visitor who is in his sixties, and I'm very excited that my children get to have a father/grandfather for 8 days, because they so need it. Erwin is a wonderful man of God, and we're excited about his visit.

Please pray for the preparations and for our busy program. Here it is.

Sat, Nov 22 - arrival
Sun, Nov 23 - our church service
Mon, Nov 24 - morning: unreached village Dra, evening: newly reached village Diago
Tue, Wed, Thu morning & afternoon - gathering the new believers of our several villages to teach them the basics
Tue, Nov 25 - evening: village Dra
Wed, Nov 26 - evening: time with children
Thu, Fri, Sat evening - meetings on our base
Fri, Nov 28 - morning+afternoon: door-to-door
Sat, Nov 29 - weekly street kids' program
Sun, Nov 30 - 4th church anniversary with baptism & banquet; Erwin leaves at midnight



We've had several new children join us who still need a sponsor. A sponsorship of €40 or $60 per month covers their basic needs like food, medical care, education, and clothes. If you'd like to sponsor one of them, please send me an email.


Dramane, 16 - Being constantly beaten up by his mean uncle, Dramane finally ran away and survived on the street doing little jobs. After 4 months on the street, he came to spend the night at our place, and was taken in in September. He's now in first grade at school.

Moise, 13 - Given away by his parents, his grandmother also got tired of him and gave him to an uncle. However, the uncle didn't want to take care of him either, and so he ended up on the street where he lived for 2 years. Moise is now in second grade.

Bakary, 3-4 - Bakary's parents died, and his grandparents were unable to take care of him. Therefore, at the age of 3, he roams the streets to find something to eat. When we were told about him, we immediately agreed to take him in.


Guédiouma, 11 and Madou, 7 - They are Saloum's brothers, and had never gone to school because their family didn't have the means. Now they are in first grade and get a good meal per day and all their needs are met.



After 10 days of being sick, I finally diagnosed two weeks ago that I had shingles. Being very tired and exhausted, I got on the next plane to Vienna, my hometown. Just in time, as it turned out. My friend took me straight to a doctor, who confirmed the diagnosis and gave me medication. That medication has to be taken within the first three days of the rash breaking out, and four days had passed. Still, it worked, and by now the shingles are healing off nicely.

I realize though that my body is not doing that well, after years of pushing it to its limits. I'm sick far too often. Of course, I'm still praying for workers to share the workload in Mali with me. In the meantime, I had a "divine appointment" that has led me to sign up to go to the HANSA CENTER in Wichita, KS, for two weeks of treatments in January. This center was founded by a Christian doctor who's had great success. I have high expectations of my health improving dramatically. One challenge are the high costs. (I haven't had health insurance for the past 7+ years now.) If anyone would like to help with that, please mark your donation with "Claudia's health".



  •        Mozambique - Paul and I had a great time in Mozambique. While I went to find answers, I found out that they're having the same problems and challenges we have; that was comforting in some way. I also realized that we're doing things well in Mali. Some great connections were made. For Paul the trip was life-changing. Read more on my website, the blogs from Oct 15 through 31.
  •        Construction - We were able to lay the tiles and paint the walls of the two little rooms on the roof of the dining hall. 6 of our kids are moving into one of those rooms this week. However, we're still out of funds to finish the rest of the dining hall. Having some electricity/light in there would be helpful.
  •        Finances - Christmas is approaching, and we'd like to do a celebration for the street children and our children. We'd be very glad if you could make that possible. Also, we need more monthly supporters to make end's meet.
  •        Sekouba (18) - My first street kid and prodigal come home has been our night guard, but he's not doing a good job. He's starting evening school now, and we'll need to find other jobs for him to do, and find a new night guard.


I can do everything through him who gives me strength. (Phil 4:13)

Serving HIM,



Sitting from left: dog Uppy, Souleymane, Abdias, Dramane,Moise, Amadou
Standing from left: Claudia, Paul, Sekouba, Saloum, Fousseni

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