Sunday, April 26, 2020


Sunday, April 26, 2020

Dear Friends,

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JOSEPH PROJECT – Nehemiah’s Network “Bearing Burdens”
Nehemiah's Network directed by Pastor Alan Jenkins is a partner of Operation Renewed Hope. Pastor Jenkin's ministry sent 250 masks to Belvedere of West Lake Assisted Living. He wrote the following:

"So far we have given to nursing homes 250 (masks)."

Nehemiah's Network received this kind note. (Click on logo to see pictures and more.)

"Good Morning Pastor, I hope this email finds you well. Myself and my staff at The Belvedere of Westlake are grateful for the masks that were given to us from Cleveland-West Face Mask Sewing Group and Nehemiah's Network. Please thank the group on our behalf for all their hard labor. The masks are of great use during this time. Sincerely, Lauren Arbogast, Health Care Coordinator"

JOSEPH PROJECT – Faith Baptist, St Matthews, SC “Bearing Burdens”
Pastor Ernie Medlin has been a great friend to the ministry of Operation Renewed Hope. His church, Faith Baptist, has always extended a gospel reach into his community.

They are extremely involved with food outreach. While visiting his church, I saw first-hand the work they do to be a shining light in their community.

Please go and read their report about what they are doing during the Covid-19 restrictions to reach their community.

Joseph Project – Kotvas Family, Deaf Ministry, Lima Peru, “Bearing Burdens”
ORH asked the Kotvas family of Macedonia World Baptist Mission how they would use $1000 to minister to their people in Peru.

"With 1000 dollars we would buy 10 bags of 50 kilos rice at 40 dollars each..85 chickens at 4 dollars each. And 8 25 kilo bags of beans for 38 dollars each. We are in a crisis here because of the lack of work as the people have been under strict quarantine since the 12th of march. There are many Venezuelan refugees here that have absolutely nothing. We have flour and sugar that we give and as we receive it...vegetables. These would be added into a gift pack and gospel tracts. We also are baking bread to give as we can. We are publishing online for children and teens and adults the gospel message. We are taking bread as well to local police with tracts."

ORH, first, sent $500 to help, but after their first report came in the other $500 was sent. ORH is very glad to work with the Kotvas family during COVID-19.

Please pray for our Covid-19 efforts in India, Uganda, Ukraine, Liberia, Ghana, and Peru. Requests are coming each day from others.

If you wish to give by credit or debit card, go to and choose “Network for Good.”  Please designate the gift for your specific purpose using “My preference is” then stipulate your preference.

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 for your specific purpose using “My preference is” then stipulate your preference.

God bless you,
The Operation Renewed Hope Family Around the World!

(As per counsel, for the benefit of our donor’s tax-deductible donations, Operation Renewed Hope has added the following statement.  The IRS requires that Operation Renewed Hope retain control over distribution of all donations; therefore, please use the designation description “My preference is” before the designated reason for the donation.  Thank you for helping ORH honor you and the IRS.)


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