May 2018


     Esther & Sunwoo               Prayer Meeting Group               Rainbow New Van   

Dear Friends


How are you doing during this season of harsh weather changes?

Under the umbrella of His grace and gift of scripture, our Rainbow Family that is going through a healing process in which we are abundant in freedom and in Thanksgiving would like to offer our greetings.

I would like to introduce a family we received last month: Esther, a 28years old single mother, and her 3 month old new born son, Sunwoo. Esther, who never got an opportunity to know her mother, she was born in Southern California and was raised by her father and grandmother. In addition to Sunwoo, Esther has a daughter and a son who is living with their father. As she mentioned that she was unable to see their faces for a year, we made it possible so that she can see her children on the weekends. I thank the Lord for utilizing our Rainbow Family as a passage of blessing and giving us the capabilities to do things that seem impossible or difficult. Never having seen the bible, Esther lived life without any thought or meaning. However, now as she figured out where she belonged, she provides us with her testimony that she felt a sense of peace she never had and thus holds the bible dear to her heart. Because she was raised without a mother, Esther grew up never once being embellished or dressed-up. However, her mind is beyond beautiful and I thank the Lord for sending us such a charming daughter of Christ. I ask of fervent prayer and support for both Esther and her son.

Deacon Sun Ja Jung, a server at church Cerritos, holds their monthly prayer meetings at our Rainbow Family home. In addition to serving the Rainbow Family School kids food, they also serve all the families living at home dinner. I genuinely thank the prayer group who serve with such kindness and also by providing us with much needed supplies.

A.W. So. West L.A. meeting, we received a 15 passenger van as a donation. As our family members were increasing, we had to constantly utilize many Volunteer’s vehicles for transportation. However, now we able to efficiently transport R.F.I School kids along with all our mothers and children in the home. I bless the ladies at the A.W. So. West L.A. meeting for their compassion and love and deeply thankful for all that they have provided us with.

Praise the Lord for allowing us to meet people in timely manners in which we are able to strongly carry out His mission and His will.

 Luke 6:38

“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over,

will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.””

 I pray that the power of resurrection of our Lord Jesus will be with you, your family, and your church always and God bless you!

Because He lives,




Liz Lee

Director of RFI