Yezedi IDP families, Kurdistan, Iraq
We did an outreach to the small town of Khanke which has a large population of Yezede IDP’s. These people are not helped by the UN or government, they’re on their own. Many of these Yezedi are those who escaped from the ISIS to Mt. Sinjar where they were trapped in 2014.
This was our first time here and our first meeting with these particular people. Before it was over, the house we met in was filled with men, women and children. People just continued to come, until a few were even standing outside the door. As one friend of mine told me when I shared the report,
“This reminds me of a story from out of the Gospels concerning Jesus meetings in houses.”
It was an amazing time as we shared with them. We brought food, coats, supplies, blankets and most importantly the Gospel. You’ll have to watch the video to truly get a feel for this.
Owen Pomana, an Indigenous Maori from New Zealand and his network of friends provided us with the resources we needed to accomplish this outreach.
10 NEW WHEEL CHAIRS
There were three women with handicapped little girls who needed wheel chairs as well as a need for seven more wheel chairs for other families. Thanks to Owen’s network in New Zealand and S. East Asia, we were able to respond and buy ten new wheelchairs. We have all ready delivered them to the families. A miracle of provision for these precious people.
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