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Subject: Re: PNG Christian Community Service


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1aku
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Date Posted: Tue, Nov 27 2007, 10:19:23pm
In reply to: TapuMalo 's message, "PNG Christian Community Service" on Tue, Nov 27 2007, 12:50:31pm

I surmise that's the same Christian Community Association initiated by Pastor Joseph Yans Lepatu and family. They are now situated at Gerehu stage 2 in front of Gerehu Secondary School.

It’s truly an amazing collective initiative and I presume is the first of its kind in Papua New Guinea. The last I saw and knew was Pastor Lepatu moving into the new house intended for the said purpose. But to date, I don't know if they had already accommodated those misplaced and abandoned kids. They would’ve started with 10 less fortunate kids and then the number would've increased accordingly.

Thanks for the link. Didn't know they had one

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Date Posted: Wed, Nov 28 2007, 12:22:07am

Contributing to this worthy community scheme is the Christian thing to do and I would appeal to all Engans to do so. What touches me deeply is that Bubu Pastor Yans Lepatu and his huge family have opened their hearts and homes to children of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Such community services not only provide, basic human needs such as food, clothing and shelter, but also nourish the human soul with the Word of God.

Having a giving heart and sacrificing to the meek, young and small does not go unnoticed in the eyes of The Almighty! We must also consider those other disadvantaged children roaming the streets of Port Moresby, Lae and Mt. Hagen who cannot find the strength to go to school or help parents at home because they are too hungry or sick most of the time. So if any of you go around the shopping malls and public places, find it in your heart to give a 20 toea or more to afford a child or children one or more peices of flour balls.

Thank you TapuMalo for this interesting webpage and the message you have relayed. I commend Pastor Yans Lepatu and the Johnson family for "empowering" and saving young souls! Children are our future!

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