Texas Baptist Men ( TBM), a United States Faith based Organization in collaboration with Frontier Missions Network International led by Apostle Sansah has donated some food items to about 200 widows and needy persons in 26 church zones of the Savannah and Upper west regions.
Speaking after the distribution, the country Director for Frontier Missions Network International Dr Apostle Moses Sansah Konjon said the kind gesture is under the “FEED THE HUNGER PROJECT” which targets to improve the living conditions of people with food.
Food items such as Rice, Maize and soap were given to the needy for their upkeep.
He said though the church is liable into building the spiritual bodies the of people, their socioeconomic needs in the church also counts.
He appealed them to beneficiaries of the food items to share with their relatives who have little to offer in society to win more souls for the church.
Some beneficiaries who received the food items expressed their happiness for the honor done.
They however asked for God blessings and God Health for him as they ask for more.
They also pledged to collaborate with the church to win more souls to the house of God and gain spiritual blessings.
The chief of Daniwur, however touted how the country Director has been instrumental in his ministry and promised to collaborate with religious bodies such as Zion community Church to bring the needed development to the area.
He pledged to support the ministry’s activities and called on other Non-Governmental Organizations and Faith based Organization to emulate same.
Meanwhile over Nine hundred persons from the Upper and Savannah regions attended the FEED the HUNGER PROJECT at Daniwur in the Savannah region of the Sawla Tuna Kalba District. Pastors, elders of Zion community Church and other religious groups poured in to observe the ceremony.