I received the following reply to my latest appeal for contributions to assist with our mission in Kenya.
Please note the statement that we have many homeless here in North America needing help, and support should be offered here, not in a foreign country.
I agree with everything stated and now want to clarify why the Lord has me working in Kenya.
There are two reasons first the plight of the needy is severe so much so, corruption is openly rampant. The second reason is by working and publishing the successes with needy in Kenya. It exposes the lack of caring of the needy by the churches in North America where affluence is abundant. Where there is no excuse for any to be without in our country.
The mission being conducted in Kenya is to eliminate those trapped in poverty. I know there are always going to be poor with us, but the Lord is showing by caring and providing a start, individuals trapped in poverty can be assisted to remove themselves from it and create a comfortable life even as the poor.
So for those stating the help should start here you are right but help me show the church’s and agencies here [in North America] how it’s done. Your contribution to this mission will eventually be a part of the mission coming to North America.
If you can see your way beyond thinking the help must be here in North America, in Canada you can contribute via etransfer to 780 497 0612, confirmation email is firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can send a cheque or money order to 17251 92 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 3K7, made payable to Robert Rombough. And last via Western Union made payable to Robert James Rombough.
Please note: we take no administration fees for the contributions, the only fees used are transfer fees and they are minimal. We use 100% of contributions for projects. I thank you in advance for your time consideration and contributions. I think as well, if you have noted there is a need here in North America for those trapped in poverty, begin reminding the Pastors, Ministers, Priests, and spiritual leaders here in North America, it is their scriptural responsibility to care for those in need, along with the Government agencies who have forgotten them as well.
Blessings to all