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Kids at Martina Bostos, Costa Rica in Sunday School

Using the training materials provided by Soporte Pastoral 

CoVid-19 URGENT REQUEST FOR DONATIONS

 

With the closing of the schools because of the COVID-19 virus, the meal programs for the children have been interrupted. The government is providing food bags to the kids that attend school, but the preschool kids and those that are not enrolled are not receiving anything.


The people in all the beach communities such as Playas del Coco, Playa Hermosa, Playa Panama and Sardinal have been very generous to the poor and unemployed.  Individuals, organizations, and some churches have worked hard to fill the need in these towns; however, this support does not reach the barrios where our pastors are located.


Hope Fellowship Outreach, through each of our supported pastors, is providing small, weekly food bags for those unsupported children.  We are moving forward in faith, trusting that you will help us accomplish this important part of our program. 


Please consider giving $25, $50, $100 or more to help. Our vision is to build the local church into a dependable and reliable resource to the community.  This is nothing more than fulfilling Jesus’ special heart for children and His call to reach out 'to the least of these.'


You can equip one church to fulfill Jesus’ call for one week for $200. 


I know there is need all over the world and deciding how to help and who to help is difficult, but the children here in Costa Rica are truly in need. Your tax-deductible gift at this time can change that – even save lives!


You can make your gift securely online at by tapping  the DONATE button at the top of the page. Or you can mail your gift to Hope Fellowship Outreach, 2522 North Proctor Street, 314, Tacoma, WA 9846.


   

Meet Henry

Pastor Henry has been the Senior Pastor of Hope Fellowship, Playas del Coco, Costa Rica for the past eight years.  Since his arrival, our congregation has grown from 30 members to more than 90  members for the English service.  Four years ago, Pastor Henry started a Spanish service which is regularly attended by more than 120 people, with a membership of almost 170.  You can follow his weekly message on Facebook. 

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