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Manna Project

The Manna feeding program provides a nutritious meal for about 1402 children in 14 schools and 2 children's churches in the villages of Tatumbla. Also 130 elderly people are fed as well. The project generally averages about 25,274 meals per month of rice, beans, flour, bananas, and clean drinking water for every classroom. During the Pandemic the project has helped to feed 2134 families during this difficult time.  

Budget of $4400 per month

          Construction Projects

The construction project is in need of a large retaining wall for the High School. The cost will be $12,000 to complete this phase. The High School helps the kids to grow both spiritually and academically, for a stronger hope & future.


Update: Thanks to the Lord the High school is in its 5th year! We have seen 33 students graduate since the inception of the school! 


  **Operating Budget for High School 

                  $900 per month


The purpose of this ministry is to share the love and gospel of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world. Since the inception of this ministry in the villages of Tatumbla we have seen 864 men, women, and children give their hearts to Jesus, and 1538 bibles have been distributed! (this includes the new church plant partnership)


     High School Photos


 Discipleship and Community Outreach

** Women's Ministry / Bible Study

** Local School Projects

** Local Village Churches

** Partnered w/ New Church Plant

** Family Rice and Beans Distribution

** Bible Distribution

** Door to Door Prayer & Greeting

** Clothes Distribution

** HFTW High School Project (81 kids)

** Christmas Project

** School Committee Member

**Feeding project for the Elderly

** Baby Food & Diapers as needed

  Partnership with new church plant has grown to

  about 168 members, 11 home groups,  and 24  baptisms! Glory to God!!

  In 2023 the church celebrated its 3rd anniversary!!

We are praying that God will continue to bless the

church according to His will as was we watch His kingdom grow and thrive in this village.


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