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          The Program Objectives of the New Restructuring management Leadership. Field Review One.

Dear my brothers and sisters in Yeshua,

Shalom to you from the bottom of my heart. I want to thank you very much for your tenacious prayers and support for ONMI during these past two months of mission trip to South Sudan. I have been submerged in field work doing some fundamental changes with field staff to move Operation Nehemiah Missions to the next level.  Our ground team expresses their deep appreciation to you for your support and encouragement.




 I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to give you an update on my recent trip to South Sudan. Despite the challenges of the past two months, I am grateful for your prayers and support during this difficult transitional period in Operation Nehemiah Mission's history. While I was in South Sudan, I worked closely with the Board of Directors, pastoral leadership, and the Restructuring Leadership Team to put together a new administrative leadership structure that will help the implement ion process of ONMI's initiative for measurable and sustainable development in the long term.


 

New Restructuring Team needs urgent support to repair equipment & vehicles to implement long term vision of ONMI toward sustainability.

However, the new leadership team's hands have been tied up by the mismanagement of resources and equipment from the previous administration, which has made it difficult for them to accelerate the process of sustainability until some of the income-generating vehicles are still in repair and out of commission. This is my biggest challenge right impeding our ability to move things smoothly. We need to move quickly in sending financial support back to the Restructuring Leadership Team to finish the repair of these vehicles. This is where you come in. I need you to help me achieve this goal in the next two week.




Arriving back here only to find out that the mission account is empty and donations in February have been completely down. This is due in part to the fact that those of you who have contributed to the mission last year have not yet received your annual financial statements to ONMI in 2023.

However, this is my first order of work upon returning to the main office and it has gone out today. Despite these challenges, I have faith that this is the Lord's work, and He will make a way. I am grateful for your continued support and prayers as we work towards sustainability and making a difference in the lives of those in South Sudan. May God bless you and keep you.


 

Plea from the ONMI's field leadership for prayer and support

ONMI Leadership field under the Restructuring Leadership management team wants to thank you donors for commissioning me to go out there in the field and spending 2 months with them on the ground to make fundamental changes needed to move ONMI from Permanent Relief Dependence to Permanent Sustainable Living. The Goal of the RLT is the implementation of the Measurable and Sustainable initiative of ONMI for South Sudan in its effort to rebuild the lives of people from displacement and ashes of war.   We believe this is an attainable goal and initiative to be implemented right away, making this message urgent. This message is so pivotal to act upon because the current changes hinge on its implementation from the onset.




 

South Sudan must reap the dividends of her independence to justify her freedom from Islamic oppression.


The  ONMI’s South Sudan office has vast strength and opportunities, the independence of South Sudan gave us a chance to rebuild all that was destroyed during 25 years of Islamic persecution of Christians, with the generosity of the people of the United States of America, ONMI has received so much supports to allow us rebuild from the ashes of war, giving chance for families to build their lives, young people, to get education or skills, widows, orphans all got different kind of helps and gospel broadcasting to a vast population area of South Sudan and Uganda, the USA have always stood with Christians of South Sudan. As the word goes “Rebuilding of a nation from ashes of war” as a ministry, in 2024 we found ourselves in challenges that forced William Levi the Founder and CEO to take a drastic measure of restructuring the leadership team with a focus on achieving the interrelated vision, mission and goal of a sustainable living.

Rational.



Though much was given to us by our donors in the USA, during this restructuring year, as a new RLT picking up the system we are requesting other financial support to allow us to revive the ministry back to its original objective and plans- that is creating measurable sustainability.


 Appreciation to US Benefactors and Co-laborers in the Great Commission: We want to thank God for our brothers and sisters in Yeshua from the USA for your unwavering and relentless support for ONMI initiatives and vision to alleviate and rebuild the lives of South Sudanese from the ashes of war and displacement.  Over the years, ONMI’s US Benefactors and prayer partners have handily underwritten every project to improve the livelihood of South Sudanese brethren returning from exile to rebuild their lives in their independent country, which is now free from Islamic oppression, and to move them toward religious freedom of worship, political and economic freedom of sustainability.   However, their effort has been hampered by the lack of will, vision, and endeavors by ONMI’s previous administration here in South Sudan which has moved the ministry’s vision and goal towards the UN-driven type of Relief dependence syndrome. 

 


 

Apology:  Considering this setback, on behalf of ONMI’s South Sudan, the New Restructuring Leadership Team that has taken over from the previous administration wants to issue an apology to our US Benevolent benefactors and Co-laborers for squandering the time and resources meant for long-term sustainability initiatives in South Sudan in exchange for short-term Relief Dependence. 



We plead to you for your forgiveness. As Apostle Saul pleads to the Galatians, “So let us not grow weary of doing what is good; for if we don’t give up, we will in due time reap the harvest.  Therefore, as the opportunity arises, let us do what is good for everyone, and especially for the families of those who are the household of faith. Galatians 6: 9-10. Therefore, we plead to you brethren to be encouraged through these fundamental changes we are putting in place in 2024 to make a difference and to know that these changes and your labor are not in vain.