Parents, Teachers and & Children gathered at ONMI mission
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Yeshua,
Thank you again for your prayers and support. Yesterday, I shared with you the new blessing God has given us which is the establishment of Nehemiah Trumpet Call Broadcasting Network. It has been five months of preparation, anticipation, research, funding and finally launching the program. Yesterday was the beginning of our first launching of NTCBN through our main website of which you are a subscriber. It will be private through our website and publicly through other Social networks. If you have not tuned into the program, you can go this link and it will take you there.
Today, we have a program from 12- 2 PM on South Sudan, but timing was not lining because we are still lining up our South Sudan team.
She just turned 1. Need your prayer for my family
On the home front, I want to thank your continuous prayers and support for my wife and children. We continue to go through trials in the family. It is expected considering the spiritual warfare we are engaged in. Just pray for healing in relationship and for our children as they are becoming young adults in their spiritual walk. Our 8th born and youngest Elishevah Bethel Levi, turn 1 on May 28th, the same birth day as Mama.
South Sudan: We can positively have an impact on The South Sudan’s Revitalized Peace Agreement for National Unity
Yesterday’s News report was very brief in term of content. Today I would like to expound and elaborate it a little bit more. Last Saturday, ONMI’s ground leadership under our country director Timothy Levi called a meeting to meet with the parents of 230 pupils who have joined Bethlehem Primary and Nursery school. The gathering was first of Its kind since the school was opened on April 6. Parents were so appreciative of what the Lord has done through Operation Nehemiah and your support to open this important educational facility to meet the academic needs of their young ones. Bethlehem Primary school is not only a place of learning for these youngsters but is a place of reunion, unity and reconciliation among South Sudan’s 64 tribes who have their children in this school. It is also where the parents from military barracks who belong to the government side or those who belongs to the opposition still camping in the cantonment side before integration brought their children to BNPS for education.
As our country director Pastor Timothy Levi was sharing with me testimonies from these men who came there as parents without their uniform on, as they introduced themselves in their ranks and from what side of the government they are in, it was obvious that they realized, peace has come to South Sudan because these men sitting together in ONMI’s mission compounds before Feb 2020 revitalized peace agreement was signed, were arched enemies. The only way they met was in the battlefield to kill, wound or taken prisoner. Even to this day, these men in uniform and the civilian have not felt the impact of the Feb. 2020 peace accord Until last Saturday.
One Major from Nyongwa military barrack said, even though there is relative calm in the country, he and everyone on both sides of the conflict do not know each other as they do have idea who they run into. They must look over their shoulders time to time to determine who is who. But sitting with fellow South Sudanese as parents in the church premise run by ONMI, gives them the hope and determination to pursue reconciliation, and contribution of stability and national unity for the country. because every military men came their to see the welfare of their children thriving in a the country they have been fighting for.
They uniquely identified that Operation Nehemiah Missions is doing something important for the country which is much needed in South Sudan to protect their faith, family and freedom. The imperativeness of rendering much needed services to the community such as Schools , water, farming, medical and a place of worship and communication to the community will bring healing to the community.
Tribal barriers will be broken. The children and their parents get to meet with people from other ethnic composition of the country.
While they were in the premise, they tour the facility and saw for themselves what ONMI is doing. They saw the block production. To date we produced 21,200 blocks using 500 backs of cement. We have still a long way to go because we need your participation to see these challenges.
This initiative could not come at a better time. Iam so excited about what the Lord is doing. We can positively have an impact on The South Sudan’s Revitalized Peace Agreement for National Unity
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In his day, Billy Graham – an American Evangelical from a Southern Baptist background – emerged as the most watched, listened to and respected evangelist in the world.
Today, Shariat – an Iranian Shia Muslim convert to Christianity – is far and away the most watched and most influential Iranian evangelist in the world.
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