Church Needs Reconstruction

Olorei Independent Fellowships’ church was an open structure with a makeshift roof. That was sufficient when the weather cooperated; but, as a disaster whenever it rained or was exceedingly windy. Unfortunately, the worst case scenario finally happened. The church was destroyed by the weather. As a result, the congregation is no longer able to gather there to worship the Lord.

Olorei Independent Fellowships’ church was an open structure with a makeshift roof. That was sufficient when the weather cooperated; but, was a disaster whenever it rained or was exceedingly windy. Unfortunately, the worst case scenario finally happened. The church was destroyed by the weather. As a result, the congregation is no longer able to gather there to worship the Lord.

Olorei Independent Fellowships needs your help in reconstructing their church so they may once again draw people in from the surrounding communities to worship the Lord. Please help Saved by Grace Ministries raise the $800 necessary to rebuild their church, complete with the ion sheets necessary to weatherproof it, protecting it from future storms. Your tax deductible donation, in any amount, will help restore this house of worship so many can come and learn the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Simply press the Donate button below to make your contribution. May God richly bless you for your generosity and compassion.





UPDATE (08-28-2016): Praise God! Thanks to the generosity and compassion of Macedonia Baptist Church and other, private donors, The funds necessary to reconstruct Olorei Independent Fellowship’s church and weatherproof it against future storms has been raised and construction completed. After their being unable to meet for the past two months due to the weather and no location to meet protected from the weather, Olorei Independent Fellowships’ congregation was able to hold today’s Sunday morning service in the new building free of any interruptions by the weather. Furthermore, I was honored and blessed to be invited to preach the morning service via teleconference. The topic of my sermon? “The Best Is Yet To Come” taken from the book of Haggai and covering the rebuilding of the Temple by the exiles.

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