In 1993, Franklin Graham, International President of Samaritan’s Purse, adopted Operation Christmas Child. Since then, more than 94 million shoe boxes have been distributed to children between 2-14 years of age. In Fiji, last year, a young boy named Ajay sat quietly with his head down and his hands in his lap. One of the workers handing out shoe boxes saw Ajay and went over to help him. She soon learned that Ajay was almost blind and had recently lost his mother. As she assisted Ajay in opening his box tears began to come in her eyes.
On Aug. 24, over 150 men, women and children from 10 counties gathered to enjoy an afternoon of gospel music, provided by: Amber Lee Abbott, the Andrews Family, the Dixie Jubilees, and Circle Cross Cowboy Band.
Mark Brink will speak on Sunday, Aug. 12, at the Full Gospel Outreach Church during the 11 a.m. service and those involved with missions are invited to attend this special service.
The Brink family served in Pakistan from 1999-2009 establishing the ministry of Teen Challenge. The Brinks helped start the Teen Challenge men’s program in Attock City and a women’s program called New Hope in Islamabad.