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Outreach to 500 families of Burmese, Nepalese, and Vietnamese Refugees in Charlotte

Outreach to 500 families of Burmese, Nepalese, and Vietnamese Refugees in Charlotte: CMM and Freedom Ministries Update God is so good!  Recently, we gave away about 500 Thanksgiving dinners to people in need in Charlotte. About twenty volunteers helped us distribute Thanksgiving dinner in an apartment complex off Central Avenue.  People were very excited and grateful to receive the food.  Most of the recipients are refugees from Burma, Nepal, and Vietnam.  They have very little resources and many struggle to make ends meet.  One volunteer commented that the area seemed like a Third World Country, because children were without shoes or coats. God is really moving in that area!  We were blessed with a Burmese translator with a heart to minister the love of Jesus.   There were many salvations on our visits to the neighborhood.   In addition to the Thanksgiving dinners, we spent two weeks delivering truckloads of rice, bread, flour and other necessities.  We were blessed to give awa

Pray for Tahiti: Conference on Dysfunctional Sexuality-Pray for healing

Morningstar Missions Tahiti: Edualdo Cicero reports: We are hosting a specialized Christian ministry from France called "Oser en Parler" (Dare to talk about it) that deals with dysfunctional sexuality issues such as pornography, homosexuality, bisexuality, sexual abuse, etc. The guest speaker (Philippe Auzenet) will be talking about "Sexual Abuse and its Consequences" on Thursday, Dec. 1st, 2011 in a public hall in  Tahiti and the event has been getting the attention of the local media where Philippe was the featured guest these last 2 days. Local TV stations, radio stations & newspaper journalists will be present for this public conference. It will be followed by a 5-session Training Seminar on inner healing at our facility in downtown Papeete this coming weekend (Friday, Dec. 2nd thru Sunday, Dec. 4th, 2011). We have been under a great deal of warfare as well as our ministry team and we do ask you to not only pray for special protection over our lives (bod


Dear Dr. Jorge Parrott Greetings to you in the precious name of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. I am sorry that I am not able to email you regularly in these days. I am very much happy to let you know that Last two days my family with my wife Shara and children and my father in law Rev. Abraham Family went to Tribal mountain area for outreach Ministry for 2 days. Well we went there as family to the places where we don't have Electricity, transportation. It is very much interior and mountain area where we have to cross 15 Mountains and have reached those places by a Car. Roads are too much muddy. The places are in west Godavari District which is 6 hours journey in car. But we praise God that there are group of people living in TAKURU area and we have reached 7 villages in 2 days of our Mission to there. We spend our time in small Pastors Church and began to reach the people singing songs on streets declaring power of Jesus to heal the sick and preached Gospel unto them Moreover
Equipping nations with the heart of the Father by connecting, strengthening, & expanding strategic relationships & stewarding donor relations with God’s army. Flash Point: Guatemala Major Roadblocks Overcome Angie and Jason Christman, CMM/MS missionaries to Guatemala know what it is like to deal with obstacles. The recent teachers’ strike has made transportation almost impossible in some areas as they block roads with huge boulders and hordes of people. The Christmans deliver 200 meals of fresh produce and meat over a two week period, along with the love of Christ, to several feeding centers for the poor. On their recent delivery, they encountered a blockade which had all traffic stopped. Angie prayed as Jason approached the obstacle. Before long a reporter was interviewing him and he was allowed to speak with the head teacher. As if in a movie, theirs was the only vehicle allowed through that d