Doors: Opportunities to assist
Africa drought relief
Several churches in Eastern Africa request relief funds to assist in the wake of a regional drought:
Nairobi, Kenya: Berkeley Hackett requests funds to assist in relief efforts. Contact the Highland Oaks Church of Christ, 10805 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 75238,or call (214) 342-6060. Contributions should be marked “Kenya famine relief funds.”
Mombasa, Kenya: The Memorial Road Church of Christ,Oklahoma City, is collecting funds to purchase food for relief in the Mombasa area. For more information, call (405) 478-0166 or see www.mrcc.org.
Malawi: Elders ofthe Falls Church of Christ in Malawi request funds to assist in drought relief. The Hyvots Bank church in Scotland is collecting donations.
Make contributions to “Hyvots Bank Church of Christ” and send to Robert Strang,treasurer, 34 Inch Crescent, Bathgate, West Lothian, EH48 1EU, Scotland, United Kingdom, or call (0131) 664 5505
Churches working in Bangladesh seek partners to support ministers, fund mission trips and sponsor schoolchildren. For more information, contact the 16th and Decatur church, Washington,at (202) 882-4711.
Vlado Psenko, minister in Zagreb, hosts Valley of Blessings, a radio show that reaches listeners in the Croatian capital. He seeks funds to expand the program to eastern Croatia,where a radio station is offering daily, three-minute slots.
Contributions may be marked “Croatian radio ministry” and sent to: Northeast Church of Christ, 3506 Edwards Rd., Taylors, S.C., 29687.For more information, e-mail [email protected]
Bangui, Central African Republic
Workers who assist French-speaking churches around the world seek additional support for Youri Bessin, a national church leader in Bangui.
Bessin trained at the French Bible School in Banso, Cameroon. He has worked for two years as a minister and receives support of $50 per month. He needs at least $100 more per month.
Bull Savannah, Jamaica
The Westminster, Md., church seeks short-term workers, age 16or older, for a mission trip to Bull Savannah, Jamaica, July 22-31. The estimated cost of the trip is $1,300.
For more information, contact deacon Joseph Murray at [email protected] or call(410) 635-6850.