Missionary Encouragers



Orphans Guardian Angels needs your support!


James 1:27

27 Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.

ORPHANS GUARDIAN ANGELS (OGA) is a non-profit with a Tax-exempt 501(c)(3) that provides for the welfare, healthcare and educational needs of orphans in Zimbabwe, affected and infected by the devastating effects of HIV and AIDS.Orphans Guardian Angel believes the greatest barrier of freedom is education and the greatest stumbling block for equality is ignorance.

Our Mission :

-keep all orphans clothed, fed and treated
-keep all orphans in full-time education
-treat all orphans as equals in the communities
-provide equal opportunities to all

We aim to inspire children and orphans affected that every person can succeed despite of their circumstances. Our mission has been successfully launched in Zimbabwe where AIDS illnesses and deaths made children drop out of school in search of work to survive or care for affected family members. OGA is dedicated to keep Aids orphans in school spreading freedom through education and is committed to breaking the bonds of ignorance and empowering the human spirit to claim the power, passion, and freedom of equality to Ophans,one day at a time.

Just wanted to reblog this article… It is so awesome.

Rochester Hills Family Worship Center

“Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.  As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds His people, both now  and forevermore.”  Ps 125:1,2  
     We’re so happy for the powerful move of the Holy Spirit in the churches here in the Philippines!  God is pouring out revival among His people in these last days!  We had a good semi-annual convention in Binalbagan, western Negros, on October 15-17, with sweet fellowship among the pastors and a good move of the Holy Spirit.  The pastors from eastern Negros drove over the mountains to Binalbagan, a long five-hour trip due to bad roads.  Thankfully, everyone arrived safely.  The trip was well-worth it, with a nice refreshing in spirit for everyone.  The mountain pastors from western Negros attended and it was a time of refreshing and joy!  
     The Bible school was…

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