2022 Christmas Mission Community Church Young Leaders of USA
Happy New Year!!
Thankful for the Lord’s infinite love and grace, Rainbow Family offers greetings for the New Year.
With the help of our donors, churches, organizations, and many other supporters, we were able to experience the love and blessings of Christ. We are very thankful for his river like love and look forward with excitement for what the Lord has in store for us in 2023.
The 2022 Christmas event was blessed with Il shin Presbyterian church Pastor Hyo Sung Ahn’s sermon and worship, followed by an abundant meal that was prepared by Emmanuel Presbyterian Church and West presbyterian church youth group.
We experienced a bountiful celebration for the Lord’s birthday and ate and drank to our heart’s content.
Like the past 20 years, victorious graduates of Rainbow Family and their family members along with 60 neighbors in need visited us to receive gifts for this Christmas season. Despite the large number of families who visited us, we received enough support from churches and supporters that no one returned home empty handed. Praise the Lord of love and ability that always provides with the miracle of five loaves and two fish. Hallelujah!!
Young Leaders of America volunteers and parents visited our missionary and graced us with gifts of love to our families. They even delivered varieties of foods and monetary donations. I am thankful for the dozens of blankets that they provided for us to share with our neighbors in need. We sincerely bow our heads in thanksgiving for our supporters who are able to go beyond their difficult circumstances for the neighbors as well.
Elder David Oh and his wife from Mission Community Church, who are longtime supporters of our ministry, gifted us with daily necessities that we can use for a long time. What a great joy it is for those who do not have much. Thank you.
We also give thanks to Il shin Presbyterian church Deacon Dong Gil Kim who has consistently donated plenty of school supplies and backpacks to our children in need each year.
I shed tears of gratitude for the miraculous power of heaven that I am able to experience every Christmas.
“To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.”
We pray that the protection, hope, and peace of the Lord will always be with you who constantly provide to neighbors in need with outstretched arms. We bless that you will be filled with spiritual things of heaven and the fertile things of the earth.
Because He lives,
Director of RFI