Pastor Kollie in Liberia Happy to Receive Gifts to Help So Many

The Lutheran AID Ministries received two shipments from OGT’s Wisconsin Branch, one of which contained 40,000 lbs. of edible dried black beans with Ziploc bags and the other held 14,256 Harvest Packs meals, chairs, tables, hospital beds/equipment/furnishings and other needed humanitarian aid. Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church & School members helped to off load the beans which were divided up to help feed hungry families, congregations and students. Pastor Kollie was thrilled to receive the church and school furnishings to give pride in the classroom and church with beautiful, comfortable furniture. The medical equipment will help facilities with items that are difficult to get or can’t afford. Thank you, Wisconsin Branch donors and volunteers for giving food, furnishings and blessings to so many in need. To God be the glory!

Categories: International Aid

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