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Operation Kid Passion

Revival Fire For Kids is parnering with Kids Power Company and North Cleveland (TN) Church of God, in an effort to help with disaster relief for the people of Haiti. Operation KidPassion is the name of this relief effort. It is an outreach in which students are encouraged to get involved personally. They do this by filling a one-gallon size Ziploc bags with basic items that kids who have been orphaned and homeless due to the Earthquake need desperately.

Here’s some items you can fill the Ziploc bags with:

  • Small Bible
  • Socks
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Sweats
  • Socks
  • Shampoo
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Comb
  • Brush
  • Lotion
  • Chapstick
  • Germ X
  • Sandals
  • Gum
  • Candy
  • Blankets
  • Underwear
  • First Aid Kit
  • Beef Jerky
  • Bottle Water
  • Anti-bacterial Wipes

This immediate need is great! Hundreds of thousands of people and orphan children are living on the street! Please encourage your kids to quickly get involved! We are also partnering with Operation Compassion to get all the items shipped to Haiti ASAP. Please collect your bags no later than Sunday, January 24th. Our friends who are Kids Ministry leaders across the country, please encourage the kids in your church to get involved. For more information about Operation Kidpassion contact Chris Quinn at cquin@nccog.org.

You can send the bags to:

 Daystar Church
200 Daystar Drive
Cullman, AL 35057

God bless you and thank you for partnering with us to touch those in such great need.

Update on Haiti

Subject: updated info from Church of God world missions….

Dr. Elysee Joseph, Overseer of the Church of God in Haiti, has died.

He and his driver met veteran missionaries Lovell and Virginia Cary, and Lloyd Frazier at the airport in Port-au-Prince to welcome them to Haiti for the National Convention.  As they were traveling to a hotel, a 20 foot wall, due to the earthquake, fell on their vehicle. 

The overseer was killed. He is survived by his wife, and children. The Carys and Brother Frazier are safe and are now in the Dominican Republic recovering from their injuries.

Please continue to pray and intercede for our people’s safety and provisions through this devastation that has interrupted there lives.

Although this ministry is interdenominational, I am a member of the Church of God. I pray God comforts the overseerers family as well as all of the families of people who have died in this devastating earthquake. I don’t know how many ministers, missionaries, and servants of God have died, but I know God holds them in the palm of his hand.