Some Really Exciting News from Apostolic Man Ministry:
The Apostolic Man Ministry is teaming up with Foreign Missions Division to build an orphanage in Guatemala City, Guatemala. At present, there are approximately 35,000 orphans in Guatemala, some of which Missionary Lynne Jewett has already taken in. As of this newsletter, property has already been located and a target date for construction has been set for February 2012. What a wonderful opportunity for West Virginia to not only financially support, but send a team of qualified men to assist with construction of this project.
A portion of The Father's Day offering for Men's Ministry will purchase the property and pay for the materials needed for this orphanage. Men's Ministry will send a team of good, godly Apostolic Men who will provide the manpower to build this orphanage. The Apostle James called this pure religion and undefiled. Apostolic Man Ministry, your help is going to bring this dream to fruition.
To get a close up look at the success of a recent trip, please visit the Louisiana Apostolic Man web site at www.laapostolicman.com and watch the video of Men on a Mission, Guatemala. The video is downloadable so pastors will have access should they desire to play it to their congregation before receiving their Father's Day offering. Missionary Brad Thompson said it would have taken the Guatemalan church 5 years to accomplish what this talented team of men did in just one week. These men travel at their own expense and every man without fail is ready to go again. The materials used for the Bible School Offices in Guatemala were purchased with funds from the 40% of the Apostolic Man offering that stays in each District. These life changing missions' trips are only a part of how Apostolic Man Ministry is impacting our wonderful fellowship.
You can help us make an even greater impact by giving an offering this Sunday and sending it to:
WV District Men's Ministry
PO Box 2040
Morgantown, WV 26502
Please designate on your check Apostolic Man
Thank you kindly;
Larry G. Wallbrown II