Join us at Lake Hefner (Stars & Stripes Park to be exact!) in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 13th, to walk or run in our Power of One 5k!! The race starts at 10am and there will be fun guest speakers and live band performances immediately following!
You can sign up the day of the race, all ages welcome! All proceeds go directly towards building the orphanage at Nhowe Mission! Did we mention there are some awesome prizes for those finishing in the top 5!?
Don’t miss out on all the fun! Check out our event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/138047429698695/?fref=ts
See you there!
for more information contact Kellie at (316) 641-0159.
Close your kitchen for a weekday evening to benefit Nhowe Mission! Here’s how…
Join us on :
Monday, January 28th from 5 to 8pm
at the Chick-fil-A at Rock Road and Central in Wichita, Kansas
A portion of all proceeds generated from our group will go to benefit the Let’s Build an Orphanage Fund!
Important: When ordering (whether in the drive-thru or the dining room), you MUST say you are there to support Nhowe Mission BEFORE paying.
If you are interested in volunteering to be a greeter, refresh beverages, or run the spinning wheel, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can be better than a great excuse to not cook dinner for the night?!?!
Mark your calendars! We hope to see you there!
Please join us in our efforts to raise awareness and gain support for our orphanage project! On Sunday, November 4th, starting at 12am and going a full 24 hours we will be going without food. You can do this fast anywhere and everywhere, you don’t even have to leave your couch! The money you would have spent eating that day will be directly donated to help build a home for children who desperately need it.
You can donate your part on this day online here
Or you can mail it in to:
Nhowe Mission – Let’s Build an Orphanage Fund
747 N. 127th St. East
Wichita, Kansas 67206
Please spread the word and get all your loved ones involved, let’s see what a difference one day can make!
Also, be sure to join our event on Facebook!
Thanks to the amazing generosity exhibited by individuals and churches around the U.S., we are happy to report that hungry Zimbabweans are now receiving food! Thirty tons of maize has already been successfully distributed with another 30 tons just purchased. Churches around Harare and Mashonaland East are being used as distribution sites along with 2 Church of Christ schools, an orphanage, and a mission hospital to ensure that food is fairly dispersed. We are also in the process of purchasing beans, maize, and cooking oil from South Africa. The donations we have received have been an answered prayer and God is using the food not only to meet the physical needs of Zimbabweans, but also to touch the souls of these people. We wish to thank those of you who have opened your hearts and wallets to our efforts in Zimbabwe. If you still wish to contribute, this would enable us to continue buying food for Zimbabweans in need. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
In addition, You probably have seen on the news in recent months reports of the disaster in Zimbabwe. Because of a collapsed economy and unsanitary living conditions, over 55,000 cases of deadly cholera have been acknowledged along with over 3000 deaths. In order to fight this devastation, East Point Church of Christ has partnered with Healing Hands International to arrange for enough medicine to be airlifted to treat 20,000 cases, working through Nhowe Mission Hospital and other church-related medical facilities. While this will not end the epidemic, it saves the lives of many who face a painful death without it.
While we are concentrating for the moment on saving the lives of many people, we have not forgotten that we also are saving souls. The extremely difficult conditions in Zimbabwe have created great new interest in the gospel message as evidenced by a 10-fold increase in World Bible School students from 2007-08. There are now 400,000 WBS students in Zimbabwe alone . As Zimbabweans see God answer their prayers for food through the churches already there, we believe their interest will be even further kindled.