Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Fiji Update

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Dear Friends,

Houston, TX

If you know of anyone needing help, please contact us as soon as possible with contact information.

Fiji Update

Fiji missionaries are reporting back.  ORH is so thankful that your gifts that provided for this work.  Below you will read the reports.  Download the PDF’s for pictures and further information.

Korey Mears wrote thanking ORH for your provision.

     “Bro. Milton,  Thank you for the $2000.00 that was sent. We have just completed rebuilding one house in the village, and repairing several other homes that were damaged. We had a group of young men from Alert Academy who are trained for disaster relief.

     The funds you sent purchased the tools and supplies necessary to do our rebuilding projects and to buy food to support the men as they did the work. I have attached a picture for you.

     We have the next team of builders coming May 10-30 who will be helping us rebuild the church that was completely destroyed as well as two or three more houses, depending on the funds raised.  I am sending out a newsletter in a day on all we have done and are doing.  God Bless, Bro. Kory Mears”

Missionary Paul Daku writes the following.

     “There are some church members who need to rebuild their homes.  We would like to help with building supplies, tin for their roofs, clothing and basics of living such as mattresses and pillows and other household items, as well as school supplies for the children.  Nearly every school in the North lost at least part of their roof and books and supplies as well.   We have also targeted relatives of our church members here in Lautoka who live in the North.

     At each place where we already took the relief supplies, we were able to share the Gospel with the families who were receiving the relief items.  Tracts were passed out, and as much as possible, the Gospel was shared in English as well as their mother tongue, and tracts were given to everyone.  We were also able to give a Bible to each family.

Please pray for these workmen and the Fiji Islands where they work.  The cyclone that struck the Islands was massive with some reports of 225 mph winds.  Thank God for these missionaries.

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 “Fiji Relief.”

God bless,

Jan Milton

Operation Renewed Hope

1017 Sage Green Ct.

Raleigh, NC 27610


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