On Sunday, March 10, 2013, we had two opportunities to hear from Bonnie Long, daughter of storied Assemblies of God missionaries to Calcutta, India. She shed more light on one of the projects we are focused on in our Easter Offering on Sunday, March 31, 2013. "Hope House" is opening with an eye on freeing children from the insidious cycle of sexual slavery. We're hoping to give at least $15,000 this Easter toward this need. Girls often find themselves trapped in this life of abuse for the first time between 9-13 years of age. 95% of the girls growing up in brothels become prostitutes themselves.
If you'd like to give today toward our Easter Offering, you can click here now and be sure to designate your gift with the word "Easter". You can learn more about our Easter Offering 2013 by clicking here. Together, we're going to make a difference in the lives of people who need our help now!
Sundays second Service where Pastor Robby interviews Bonnie Long from Calcutta Mercy Ministries
The second interview is here below.
from Lafayette First Assembly
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