Water isn't easily accessed like turning on a faucet on in a youth center.
As Pastor Thomas Mahaga spoke about shortages of food and medical care. it was easy to see the needs.
Prayer began the United Coalition of Churches & Brotherhood Meeting, and prayer was heard several times throughout.
Political candidates gave a short pitch in validation of their campaign for office. The audience asked questions and all seemed well qualified. The food was great thanks to Pastor Charles Walker, Mrs. Walker and their son.
The purpose of the group is to foster a greater collaboration and sharing of the gifts that God has bestowed on our community. Progress is evident when folks from Africa travel across the globe to visit our city.
The YWAP Director was there with information about the upcoming launch of "Strong Men Great Dads." It's time to do more to defeat the ongoing generational plague of fatherlessness.
Pastor Thomas has an orphanage in Kenya that currently houses 200 children with a capacity for 400. There are more children who need the love and accommodations that his ministry provides, but funds are sorely lacking. The U.C.C.B. members gave offerings for the orphanage with more to follow. Pastor Thomas will be speaking in several area churches including the Bread of Life. If you are interested in having him speak in your church or group, please contact Pastor Mark Robshaw at: 434-262-1797.