Saturday, June 25, 2016
Once again, the need is present for God’s people to supply help to others. In West Virginia, real devastation and heart ache has occurred from massive flooding. Please download the attachment from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Elkville, WV. In the PDF, Pastor Lee Swor has poured-out his heart explaining the destruction that he and his church family are experiencing. They have never faced anything like this.
Also, ORH is reporting the blessing in Pakistan which your donations made possible. Please download the pictures and rejoice. We hope to do the same as a result of our coming work in West Virginia.
Evangelist Byron Foxx has been working relentlessly in the devastation area for over 35 hours. His efforts have led to the contact with Pastor Swor. Please pray for this good man of God who is seeking God’s blessing on the people at Mt. Pleasant. Brother Foxx has created a website, www. Helpmpbc.com, which will give you great detail of the situation. Thank you Brother Foxx.
ORH says thank you to Pastor Alan Jenkins of Nehemiah’s network at Columbia Road Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH, who is delivering a truck of supplies to Anstead Baptist Church in Anstead, WV, for use in the disaster area. Paul Deem with Direct Line Ministries in Coolville, OH, will be making the delivery. Both ministries are always a blessing to disasters in the United States.
Also, ORH wishes to thank Pastor Ernie Medlin and the congregation of Faith Baptist Church in St. Matthews, SC for their donation of a great amount of food for the people of West Virginia. Pastor Alan Jenkins and he are making plans for the delivery of the food.
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