October 2018


               Jessi & Joseph                                 Music Class                                     Saturday Outing

 Dear Friends


I hope and pray all is well with you and yours in this changing of weather.

With a grateful heart that resides under God’s grace, we offerour greetings

As we are entering the season of harvest, I am reminded of his goodness and take the time offer a praise

of thanksgiving.

I would like to introduce a family that have been sent to us last month: single mother Jessi and her 8

month old son, Joseph. After Jessi was born under parents who were struggling with drug addictions, her

father was unfortunately deported to South America, where she and her 8 siblings were left with her

mother who was wrestling with her addiction problems. Due to financial shortcomings, Jessi were homeless and forced to live on the streets since she was 14years old she used and sold drugs. She didn’t know it was sin until she came to Rainbow Family and she accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and savior that she realized that she is a sinner and that the life of her past have also been sinful. She is currently studying for the GED and is very hopeful. I would like to ask for prayers and support for both Jessi and her son.

In order to help with our financial burdens, we are holding a fundraising event with our yearly Walk-A-

Thon on October 20th. We will leave at 9:30 A.M. and walk 50 blocks from our Rainbow Family Mission

Center in Buena Park. After, we will be providing lunch and having fellowship at 12:30 P.M. We would

love for you to join us and help become sponsors of our participants. It was due to all your supporters

prayers and financial support that we were able to provide education and life help to moms and children

who were in need of the love. I would appreciate if all our supporters were able to join for our 2018

Walk-A-Thon through prayers and financial support. Thank you so much.


After leading 7 years of the RFI after school program, there have been some things that I have noticed

among the kids. Rugged faces are now beaming with smiles and performances in schools have improved.

I pray that through God’s love, our kids can become even healthier and stronger second generation

Christians and have great contributions to their neighborhoods. I would like to thank all our supporters and I would also like to return all the glory and praise back to the Lord.

Psalm 121:1-2

I lift up my eyes to the mountains- where does my help come from?

My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.”

 The supporters who thank the Lord’s grace and serve your neighbors, I pray and bless that your family, church, business, and ministry, the power of the Resurrection will allow for making all things prosperous.

 Because He lives,

 Liz Lee


Director of RFI