Good Tidings of Great Joy!
And the angel said unto them, “Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.” Matthew 1:10-11
Precious family and friends, oh how you are loved and blessed!
Gary and I remain faithful to our living God, Jesus Christ. We are thankful for everything that He continues to give us; a precious family, steadfast friends and the freedom to share our faith. Although, we don’t always know what God will ask of us we walk by faith, and trust He will never forsake us.
Several years ago Jesus brought Evangelist Arooj Nabeel into our lives. Pakistan? Who’d of thunk, hey? God did. And with Arooj’s friendship came the stark realization of how blessed we are to live in this free land, America. We have since partnered with Voice of the Gospel Ministry (VOG) caring for the widows and street children of Faisalbad, Pakistan. I am humbled by sister Arooj, brother Nabeel and our amazing VOG staff. I applaud their unshakable faith. Every day they confront adversities intended to obstruct them from aiding the needy, and witnessing the saving grace, and the unconditional love of Jesus Christ in a predominately Islamic country.
Satan loses! Christ prevails!
Christmas time is nigh. This year VOG plans to feed 35 widows, many whom have little ones. I believe that through the help of those more fortunate, God will provide for these families. The cost of one food packet per family is $20.00 and the total amount that we need is $700.00.
Because of your kind donations, we have almost reached $300.00, but are short of our goal. Please consider a onetime gift to feed a needy family in Pakistan during this holiest of seasons, Christmas?
We gladly accept all donations.
For more information please contact myself or Evangelist Arooj Nabeel on Facebook.
Also, my email address: email@example.com
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.” Matthew 25:35