My last blog post…God, Send Someone…shared about the plight of a group of Anglican Christians in a Sudanese refugee camp in Northern Uganda. Thanks to some very generous folks with big hearts and a love of God’s people…we have raised $3,300 so far to build worship shelters so that the people have a place to gather and pray together in the camp. I am thrilled to announce that we have delivered the first truckload of building materials and the work has begun. See the photos and videos below.
It’s not too late for you or your parish to participate in helping our brothers and sisters in Christ fleeing war-torn South Sudan. Please refer to my former blog for information on giving. We will also use the funds to buy and distribute bibles to the people.
I plan to visit the camp again in the next couple of weeks to see the progress. I’ll report again after that. For now, I just want those who have contributed to know how much I and these people appreciate you and thank God for you!!!
I’m glad to see this much-needed project moving along! Of course, those of us on the Missions Team were happy that we were able to participate. Continued prayers for you! Before we know it, you’ll be among us once again. The coffee and bagels will be ready, too.
Thanks be to God! I praise our good Lord with you for His Provision! love and blessings to you, b
On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 7:18 AM, elizabethbumpas.com wrote:
> elizabethbumpas posted: “My last blog post…God, Send Someone…shared > about the plight of a group of Anglican Christians in a Sudanese refugee > camp in Northern Uganda. Thanks to some very generous folks with big hearts > and a love of God’s people…we have raised $3,300 so far t” >
Thrilled to see things proceeding so quickly Elizabeth. Happy Easter to you and all the church there. Love Paul