Fundraising update: Christian families in need in Pakistan

Beverly Joseph shares an update on the fundraising initiative for Christian families in need in Pakistan, and outlines how the money raised is alleviating the suffering brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

A big thank you to everyone for your continued support and concern for Christians in Alomahor, Pakistan. They have been helped tremendously by our outreach relief efforts.

Your continued contributions are remarkable to witness, the love and compassion shown by everyone who has donated (at times for a second and even third time) is so amazing. Your help and support has allowed the outreach to continue for as long as it has!

But Jesus said: “You feed them.”
“With what?” they asked.
“We’d have to work for months to earn enough money to buy food for all these people!”
“How much bread do you have?” he asked.
“Go and find out.”

Mark 6: 37-38

Our monthly relief outreach was delivered on Sunday 2 August. It was delayed by a day this time around due to the Eid Festival in Pakistan. Suppliers ran out of inventory, but we were so grateful to be able to still have all the needed supplies to go out to the families supported the following day.

Shera, whose story has been shared previously, is continuing to walk with a frame and is showing positive signs of recovery. Please do continue to keep him in your prayers!

Again, at this stage we still don’t know how long the need will last, so please do share the page with friends, family and anyone you think may like to contribute. Any contributions will be very welcome and greatly appreciated.

Thank you. God bless you, and stay safe!

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