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SEPTEMBER MISSIONS FEATURED PROJECT -THE HANDS OF CHRIST

Our project for September is the Hands of Christ, Inc. A MEDICAL MISSION IN HONDURAS RUN BY DR. ANA AND JOHN LAMON. They provide medical services to the poor people in and around Tegucigalpa and coordinate mission teams from the USA. Recently a generous family came and brought 120 Sawyer water filters to distribute to the needy. The water in Honduras is not dependable and when it rains hard, the water in their faucets turns a light brown color. Children suffer from diarrhea, parasites and other ailments that are common when the water is not safe to drink. Dr. Ana showed the people how to assemble, use and take care of the Sawyer water filters while also introducing them to Jesus before each class.  Work on the Women’s Hospital continues to progress and now they are working on the interior walls. We plan to have a speaker from the Hands of Christ on one of the Sundays in September and we will then take up a collection to help Dr. Ana and John Lamon in their work. Besides the money needed for the Hospital construction, they also need money for medicines and dental equipment which they must rent when they do dental clinics. Please be in prayer for these dedicated missionaries and how you can help them.

OTHER MISSION NEWS

  • NEXT STEP RESOURCE CTR – Debbie Chandler, the center’s director spoke on Sunday August 19th and $150 was collected on the following Sunday. The walk for life will be held on Saturday Sept.15 beginning at 9am with registration at 8:30am. The youth are accepting sponsors. The center needs: baby wipes, Similac formulas and diapers (sizes 3, 4 & 5).

  • South Sudan – Boo and Phyllis Hankins came to Chapel Hill on Sunday Aug 2nd and Phyllis brought us up to date on the refugees in Uganda and the continued work of Fred and Libby Dearing. We collected $734 to send for their support in the refugee camp.

  • Ark Singers – We will be collecting for the 3rd quarter donations for the Ark Singers during the month of September.
  • CRAFT/BAKE SALE – The date of the Men’s Barbecue is fast approaching and the missions craft/bake sale. Please be in prayer about how you can help us by providing baked goods or craft items to sell. Small baked items like cookies, brownies, fudge and cupcakes have been very popular and would be most appreciated. If you like making things, share your creative talents. All profits go to support our mission projects.

Jane Indyk for Chapel Hill Missions