Friday, June 17, 2016

Helping The Least Of These


Helping The Least Of These

Most of our readers are aware of the mission work we are involved with in the village of Muñoz.

What began as emergency assistance following a devastating fire has developed into a wonderful relationship with the local Pastor and folks in the community.

This is a new addition for which we are also raising funds for supplies. Locals will be doing the work!
Gospel Team Outreach has been able to build four small homes as well as help with reparations on the church. This included a massive cleanup immediately following the fire last year.

Through the generous giving of people and churches in North America and Puerto Rico, we have also been able to support the school and provide essential education for approximately eighty children.

As the current school year draws to a close, Pastor Patrick and I are planning for next year. The children’s needs include supplies, books, uniforms, and shoes. I am asking each of our friends and partnering churches to once again consider getting financially involved with this fruitful endeavor.

The Pastor will be making a trip to Haiti next month wherein most books can be purchased at a discounted price. I can assure you, the kids of Muñoz are “the least of these” of whom Jesus spoke. Our goal is to raise about $6,000.00 to cover all expenses for the entire school year! Imagine: Eighty children receiving a quality education at an average cost of $75.00 per student for the year (including uniforms, shoes, books, and supplies).

Please pray and consider being a part of this great opportunity to bless those who have no way of repaying. God will bring the reward and return on every investment made!
“And the King will answer and say to them, “Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me” (Matthew 25:40).
Please Click Here To Help The Least Of These!
On behalf of the village of Muñoz, we'd like to extend a heartfelt "thank you," and may God bless you mightily!

Pastor Emory & Vickie Goodman

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