Fiji Island Boat Project
I would like to take this opportunity
to inform you about my personal burden to buy a boat for our
missionaries in the Fiji Islands--Richard and Margaret Carver.
The Fiji Islands are situated in a chain
in the South Pacific Ocean east of Australia and above New Zealand.
Some of the islands are 35 to 40 miles apart with several much
less. There is a tremendous move of God there among the people
on the main island in Suva and Nadi. These people
are most receptive to the Gospel!
The Carvers have a Bible School in Fiji
and are graduating some outstanding students who are anointed and genuinely called to
preach. I have witnessed
these graduation services. The students could be put onto these
islands and the Gospel would spread rapidly. It is a fabulous
opportunity, but an airplane cannot get them into the remote
areas. A boat is the only way; and because
of the reefs, an experienced captain would need to be secured to guide
them through the waters.
You can help raise $8000 for the
purchase of this boat. The $8000 will be doubled in Fijian
currency; therefore, it would be sufficient for the purchase of said
boat. Anything that is given will go directly to this
cause. The moneys will be electronically transferred to the
missionaries' account in Fiji. If you would like to help buy
this boat, you may mail all donations to: Apostolic
Ministries; P O Box 2259; Malta, NY; 12020 *Designated:
Fiji Boat Project.
Thanks so much for anything that you do
toward this worthy cause. If you could see these people, it
would make you want to give all you have to them.
Thank you so very much for your giving
and for your prayers!
OF YOUR GIVING TO DATE:
has been given by the people of God to this much needed project.
WE DID IT! Thank you and God Richly Bless You for your part in this goal for the
furtherance of the Gospel in the Fiji Islands. There was great
excitement on behalf of the Missionaries and the leaders of the Church
in Fiji when the call was made informing them that we had reached the
were bank transferred to Fiji on Wednesday March 15, 2000 and now are
in the hands of the Missionaries and the Church of Fiji.