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Wednesday, August 15 2012

The Opportunity For YOU To Get Involved



God has been urging me all the more to VALUE people!  ALL PEOPLE!


Let’s face it, we each possess compassions, but then there are those areas within each of us where our judgements seem to get in the way.  Sometimes, we view others as too far gone to warrant our help, or too far away to capture our attention. Then, there are those that we place in the “they don’t deserve it” column.


Recently, God has been allowing me to actually see others as HE sees them, feeling their hurts, insecurities, and longings.  Everywhere I go, my focus is drawn to those around me.


Repairing the Breach Ministries, Inc.(RTBM) is proud to partner with South African Evangelistic Missions(SAEM) for over two years now.  My trusted friend and head moderator for SAEM, Tyrone Paul, has graciously brought my attention to a need in Umbambulu.  Pastor Lucky Langa and his wife are currently fulfilling the mandate of God to house, love, and care for 27 deformed and unwanted children.  Pastor Langa traveled to Prince Mashen Hospital to claim the children, who are made up of true orphans(children with deceased parents) and children simply UNWANTED by their natural birth parents due to their deformities.  This loving pastor and his wife have surrounded their own personal bed with every child to ensure a sense of love, acceptance and protection to each.


The budget to care for these beautiful children each month is around $1300.00 US dollars.  RTBM, Inc. WILL answer the call to support this endeavor.  However, we can do exceedingly more together than I could ever do alone.  I am also extending this blessed opportunity to YOU.


To those interested, you can send a tax-deductible, charitable donation to:


P.O. Box 775

Mansfield, Texas  76063 

Every cent designated for this project will go directly to support this cause.  




I thank you and bless you in advance for your willingness and compassion to stop and value others.  Listed below are pictures of a few of the children.




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