Samuel’s leg healed!

Early March 2010, I was 8 months pregnant with our third child when our second son’s leg got fractured while playing with his older brother. We took him to children’s hospital where they put a casque from his thigh to his toes. They said he would have the casque for 4-5 weeks and then they would reassess to see how he would be healing up. We were given a follow up appointment with a specialist.The next morning, I realized that I could not carry around our almost 2 yr old then in his casque all day- to the washroom, from room to room etc and have a full term pregnancy. I began to have early contractions. In desperation I came to the conclusion that our son needed to be out of that casque for I was not going to have a premature baby. My husband came home and we talked about it. We decided to trust God to heal him! We sat around our table with our older son (then 4yrs) and prayed for total healing. We believed God had healed him even though we could not see it because he still had the casque. After thanking God for the healing, we then asked him for favor with the doctors that when we take him back, they would be willing to take the casque off even though it would go against their medical thinking.

We took him to the nearest hospital to us and waited in the emergency room for hours. I slept on the bed provided for him as it slowed down the contractions. The doctor came in and asked what he could do for us. We told him that we just needed to have him take off the casque from our son’s leg. He was shocked with the kind of requests we were asking him. He told us that we would still need to wait for the 4-5 weeks to go by and that taking it off early would prolong the leg’s healing. I told him my condition and let him know that I could not keep carrying him around. In our hearts we were praying much and asking God to do the impossible. Some friends were security guards at the hospital so we had asked them to join us in prayers, Finally, the doctor agreed reluctantly. He said he would give us 24 hrs to take baby home with us without the casque and that he was sure we would bring the baby back in pain and begging him to put back the casque. We told him we would not need to and that we were thankful he was going to remove the casque. As the doctor, my husband and our oldest son walked to the room where the casque would be taken off, the doctor was trying to talk himself out of it. He would say, ‘the boy will be crying in much pain.’ My husband would answer, ‘he will not have any pain. He will not be crying.’ On and on this went on. Every time the doctor would say anything we were not believing God for. My husband would counteract by saying what we were believing God for. Finally the doctor cut the casque off and was sooo surpirsed that our then 20 month son did not cry. God had truly given him the peace even with that big saw looking equipment cutting off the casque inches away from his skin! He then proceeded to touch his leg saying that now the boy was going to cry due to pain. Again my husband said that our son would be fine and would not need to cry. The doctor was again surprised to see the child not crying. He then squeezed the leg tighter and our son was fine. He placed him down and the boy began to walk well. Praise God! The doctor was in total shock.
We kept our follow up appointment in the weeks that followed. While in the specialist’s office, the doctor asked us where the boy was that had the casque. We pointed to our son who was playing, running around in the hallway. She could not believe it. She ordered another x-ray. The results came and sure enough she could see that the leg had been fractured but had healed. She asked what had happened and we explained to her how God had healed him. She told us to go and enjoy!
God is so good! To Him be all the glory in Jesus’ name. Amen


No suicide

Recently, a close friend received a phone call saying that a young relative had left a suicide note and was missing. We gathered to pray and many others who heard about it. In prayer, the Holy Spirit led us to refuse the report (disagree with it). We declared that the young man will not die. We prayed that the Holy Spirit would search him out and that he would be found safe. Hours later, he was found alive! Hallelujah!!


Pregnant woman healed!

We were in a meeting recently when a prayer request was given to pray for a lady who is 6 months pregnant but had been in much pain for a week due to the gallbladder. The one giving the prayer request was asking us to pray that her friend would be willing to go get surgery done and that that surgery would go well. I interrupted asking why not pray for healing. To my knowledge, God’s surgery is always way better than man’s surgery. So, we prayed. Do you know what, God touched that woman that very day and healed her!!She came to see us the next week and testified. God is so good!



Set free from drug addiction

A few months ago, we met a man at a conference, as we conversed, he began to share about his family. We learned that he had a daughter whose life has been ruined by drug addictions. We put our arms around him and interrupted him suggesting that we pray. We prayed right there and had the assurance that God had answered us. The man, he himself knew and knew that God had heard our prayer. He was overjoyed! We recently got an update that the daughter has been clean for more than 40 days! Glory be to God! Hallelujah!


Given a beautiful house to stay in for free

I have heard some say, ‘miracles were for then. God used to do miracles but not now.’ What a terrible comment to come from a christian! Can you imagine if this were true? That would mean that the God we have all put trust in is a changing God. Our hope in God is based on the fact that He is unchanging. I believe that He has promised eternal rest (heaven) to me. Now if God was changing, when my time on earth is done, I might appear before Him only to find out that on that day, He had changed His mind about me entering heaven!!!!
But praise God, He is unchanging! We can bank on His Word and ALL of His Word. Malachi 3:6
This is why I believe that He performed miracles in days past and He still works miracles today. ‘Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever.’ Hebrews 13:8

Here we find ourselves enjoying spring like we have not done before. We are enjoying the spacious home God has given us to live in; its beautiful landscape with divers flowers blooming in their appointed seasons. It’s pretty here! The children are enjoying riding bicycles, playing ball and running around on this 3.5 acres of land. We have not had that much space before. The deck is long and wide. The home spacious enough for large company. The garden is taken care of and is beautiful. There is a lady that is hired to care for the flowers and weed etc. Today we went out for most of the day while another lady came to do a monthly deep clean. We are starting to think of how to clean up the swimming pool and use it in coming days. On sunny days, we have recently began to enjoy fruit smoothies using vitaMix (appliances that I couldn’t buy for myself before- but was left in house for our use along with many other high end appliance). My favorite way to relax lately is putting up my feet in the lazy chair-like couch and sipping tea. My greatest delight is working with my husband all day long and having him around the children all the time.

Are we dreaming? Is this really happening? Tears just tread down my face as I think, ‘who are we Lord that you are so mindful of us? and what is our family that you have brought us this far? Psalm 8:4, 2 Samuel 7:18

Is it possible to thank Him enough for this?

Remember what I said? God is unchanging and His Word is true. Please don’t read and dismay saying, ‘that is just for you, you have faith. That can’t be for me.

God’s Word also tells us that He ‘is no respecter of persons.’ Acts 10:34
I read today ‘if you then being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?’ Mathew 7:11
Please note ‘good things’. Often we expect God to give left over, second hand etc. But the scripture states ‘good things’. The question is: what are good things to you?

When God asked us last summer what we wanted in the next home we were to live in. We painted (literally) a picture that didn’t make sense to the mind and our circumstance. But trusted His Word that gold and silver are His. The things we drew on that picture He has provided and surpassed our asking and imagination according unto His Word.(Ephesians 3:20)

So, we write to encourage you, our brother, our sister. Can you stop putting limitation on God?

We know little about our God, there is much we don’t know but want to learn. We are encouraging you as we are encouraging ourselves. Let’s believe God. Let’s believe all of His Word. Do I know what that looks like? No. Am I afraid to find out? No. I remember where God took me from. That helpless, hopeless, suicidal state I was in. He has loved me all the way and still does. I can find no evil, not even one to say about Him. I know and I know He loves me and desires to do me good. So how can I fear to trust in him?

How can you fear to trust Him? This Jesus (the Word) that we all love.

In Christ love,


A new place to live

Dear brothers and sisters,
We hope you are all well.
The last few weeks have brought much changes in our lives and we wanted to update all of you.
End of January, the Lord led us to give notice to move not having found a place yet. Moving was not in our plans as you all know that we are awaiting the birth of our 3rd child this March. We wrestled with the word, but in the end we knew this was what God was asking us to do. The strange thing is that he asked us to rest and not even look for a place. But half way in the month of February, our flesh got the best of us, and we began to look on cregslist, newspapers etc to no avail. It was a battle as for many urgued us that this could not have been God to ask us to move to a place we know not. But if we can ask Abraham (the father of Isaac), He might say it sounds just like the God I know.
We are human and it was not easy sometimes for us to trust His voice rather than look at the circumstances. But we are very gratefull to all of you and many who did not understand it all (just as we did not) but yet stood in prayer for us. Many of you came to help pack, looked around for available housings, and showed us the love of Christ. We are so thankfull!!!
We have never had a move, so smooth and easy as this was!
When God asked us to move, we naturally assumed, we must be getting a house or bigger place and had our own picture of what our new home would look like. so in searching for a place, we were looking for what we had in mind. On Saturday, February 27th, the night before we had to move out, we were coming from looking at places without success. It was then that God spoke to us asking us who had told us to rule out basement suites and who had said He was giving us what we were looking for. That night at about 8 pm we repented and asked God to let us know what we should look for. Once it was clear, we got home looked online for a place and noted some down to call in the morning as it was already late.
On Sunday February 28th the last day of the month, the day which we were supposed to move, we called at 8:30 Am to view places and at 11AM, God provided a place! What we found out was that this place is a year and half, and since last summer had not been rented out. It was only on Saturday 27th that they decided to post the rental. So when God was saying rest, it is because the place was not yet for rent.
So we had a place, got home and at about 2pm-3pm began to call people to help us move at 4pm. God is sooooooooooooooooo good. A friend with a hugeeeeeeeeeeee! truck said he would come. Other male friends left their tvs during the closing ceremony of the olympics, and came to help, a couple of sisters came to help pack last minute things and settle us in the new place. By 6pm some things were already in the house, kitchen being set up and 8pm we were done!
What overwhelming love we have received! only Christ could move hearts of many the way He did. So many wished they could have been there, others showed up in the days following and we are now completely settled in. Praise the Lord!
Our landlords wondered at what they saw.
In loving one another do we show the world that we are Christ’s disciples.
Thank you for your love and support!
We pray our testimony encourages you and that wherever you are and whatever is going on in your life, you do not lose heart.
Our God is faithfull and He loves and cares for His children.
Be Blessed,
It is a pleasure to serve with you in the kingdom that can not be shaken,
Mutana family
February 2010


I can’t help but share the Word that Pitana shared on Sunday’s prayer meeting. It has been ministering to me. He shared about Grace. Now, I know we have all heard about grace, but there was more light shade for me this Sunday.
Grace is God’s power to help me do what is right. It’s by grace we are saved! Throughout the epistles, we constantly read ‘grace … be multiplied unto thee.’ The Word says, ‘let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.’ I need grace to pray; to read the Word; to do any good thing the Lord requires of me. He mentioned that daily we should ask God for grace to live as He wants us to.
‘Grace,’ Pitana said is translated as ‘that which causes me to leap for joy.’ The Word says that ‘the joy of the Lord is my strength’ thus it can be said that the grace of God is my strength.’ Hmm!
He went on to read from Revelation 22:21 ‘the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all.’ Pitana mentioned that God never does anything by mistake. He chose the last words in His Word to be about His grace because He knows without His grace, we are incapable of living a Christlike life.

May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you and your families in Jesus’ name. Amen.

P.S. Pitana also briefly shared on 2 chronicles 7:14 ‘If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways.’ Pitana stated that proud people don’t pray. He said that ‘when I pray, I am telling God ‘that though you have blessed me, thought I am health; thought I have a good family or finance, I still need you.’ I STILL NEED YOU!