In the morning while our team was on outreach in the bush, I was sitting in front of the house reading my Bible when I saw a woman complain about her shoulder being in pain. I asked if she wanted prayer, and then a friend and I prayed for her shoulder. After asking her to test it out, she told me it felt completely better. Another woman was watching us and also asked for prayer for malaria. She said she felt better after we prayed (my translator and I). Then another woman asked for prayer because she had pain in her chest. We prayed a couple times because the first time we prayed, the pain left her chest and went into her back. We commanded the demons to leave and she felt better. Then, because I felt the Holy Spirit prompting me, I asked her if she wanted to accept Jesus as her savior.
During a time of door to door outreach, one of the prayer teams met a woman and her daughter who were both sick. The mother was seated on a mat outdoors, helping her husband chop up raw pig meat. They were chopping to sell the meat to raise money so that she could go to the hospital in Pemba, a three hour drive away. She had cancer and several years before had had an operation in which they removed twelve tumors from her abdomen. She was left with constant pain and difficulty going to the bathroom. The team began to pray with her and encouraged her. She recommitted her heart to Christ.