Sunday, April 10, 2016
Below is a message from Eric Chapman missionary to Malawi, Africa. Eric has appealed to Operation Renewed Hope for help with the crop loss and famine among the churches of his region of Malawi. Please read Eric’s report on the current situation.
“Two weeks ago I put out a letter about the drought situation here in Malawi. We have to date raised just over $10,000 for African Hunger. We will wait one more week and then wire the funds over and begin to help those we can. If possible we would like to help every family in our church-planting network that has 135 churches. This would cost about $24,000 and amount to $20 per family. This goal would be for a 50-kilogram sack of unprocessed corn and the cost of transporting it to them in the villages.
Even with all of these hardships in Malawi, we see the opportunity to preach the Gospel and offer the people the great hope of eternal life in Christ. Pray that the churches will look to Christ and receive some measure of revival in the midst of all this suffering. May our hearts be stirred to help and pray for these our Malawian brothers and sisters in Christ.”
ORH has committed $3000.00 to help the Malawi people survive. Thank God for missionaries who seek the souls of men for Christ, and they also seek the welfare of those in danger of perishing physically.
If you wish to give by credit or debit card, please go to www.operationrenewedhope.org and choose “Network for Good.” Please designate the gift “Malawi Relief.”
If you wish to give by check, please send the check to Operation Renewed Hope, P.O. Box 43242, Fayetteville, NC 28309. Please designate the gift “Malawi Relief.”
Operation Renewed Hope
P.O. Box 43242
Fayetteville, NC 28309