Mission Report update on Bethlehem Elementary School construction.
Dear Brothers and Sister,
Shalom to you, thank you again for your prayers, and support. Your tenacity and generosity speak volume. It is propelling us to rise to the occasion to do what most people considered impossible tasks to do i.e. to rebuild the war destroyed rural of South Sudan. But God is the author of ONMI’s vision to rebuild a community rising from the ashes of war and displacement. Reporting with fresh on-going work on the ground, thanks to you for making it possible, here are photos of the ongoing work at the Bethlehem Primary School at ONMI Bethlehem Missions in South Sudan.
" And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. As it is written: “They have freely scattered their gifts to the poor.
their righteousness endures forever.”
Currents projects on Bethlehem Primary and Nursery school are centered around the Internal working inside the building which involves plastering the school building as depicted in the pictures and completing the toilet building and fixing the windows on the upper level.
Water supply has been greatly improved.
Over 700 residents including 500 students residing in ONMI Bethlehem Mission center are fully supplied with clean water. We are now able to pump 20000 liters or 5000 gallons of water everyday beginning at 7 AM using solar power. The next phases of projects will be indoor plumbing for the flush toilet and electricity in the building.
“While most legal academics nowadays believes that “religion doesn’t merit special protection,” Alito added, “the Constitution of the United States provides a clear answer” to the question of whether religious liberty warrants protection. “Constitution protects the free exercise of religion … And for judges like me, who think to the belief that it matters what the Constitution says and what it does not say, that is enough,” the justice said. “It’s the law, and don’t ask me why.”
These are the most immediate needs that need to be met in July 2022 to meet the needs at $135,000 covering (USA office -$15,000,$10,000 Church construction - $35,000, Dormitory - $15,000, Medical Facility - $25,000. Gospel radio - $15,000, Agriculture - $10,000, South Sudan office - $10,000. Your donations are tax deductible and online donations can be made at www.operationsnehemiah.org.
Checks can be sent to Operation Nehemiah Missions PO Box 563 Landsborough, MA 01237.
Thank you for your generosity and honesty. May God bless you and keep you.