Trinity United Methodist has been supporting Word Made Flesh, a worldwide ministry of committed men and women dedicated to serving the poorest of the poor, for several years. Cami Goble, Field Director for Word Made Flesh – Kroo Bay/Sierra Leone, will be traveling to DeLand on September 16-17 to meet, greet and thank the Trinity congregation for their ongoing expressions of love, prayers and financial support.
Ms. Goble will present the message “What Does It Mean to Know Me?” on Sunday, September 17th at both services (8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.) Based on the Books of Jeremiah 22:16 and Matthew 25:31-46, her presentation will reveal the tragedies experienced by the peoples of Sierra Leone, such as the recent mudslides that devastated an area just six miles away from Kroo Bay and claimed hundreds of lives. Despite conditions such as poor water, roads and air pollution, Cami and the dedicated WMF staff are changing lives daily with their unselfish acts of humanity, care and unconditional love.
The public is encouraged to attend either service to learn more about this amazing ministry! A video will be shown during her presentation.
Word Made Flesh missionaries live and work in some of the most underdeveloped regions in countries like Sierra Leone, India, Rwanda and Thailand. Their sole purpose is to focus all their energies to make Jesus known among the poor, while reconciling the church with the poor. Information on this phenomenal organization can be found on the WMF website located at http://wordmadeflesh.org/ and on Trinity’s website located at http://trinitydeland.org/. Call the Church Office at (386) 734-4425 for additional information.