New van a blessing for ministry

The new van is providing transport for children to school and church.

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Independent ministry Operation Food for Life (OFFL) has been blessed by the donation of a pre-loved 14-seater van to assist its work in Papua New Guinea.

OFFL founder Dennis Perry said the vehicle was needed to transport children and youth from the Born Free Sanctuary to and from school and church.

“The donation occurred when we least expected it, and according to God’s perfect timing,” Mr Perry said.

“Up until the time of the donation, our only aged vehicle had been off the road due to a major gearbox failure.

“We praise God for bringing generous people to help us accomplish His will and purpose He has called us to serve and minister through the Operation Food for Life ministry.”

OFFL’s Born Free Sanctuary provides full-time care for neglected and abused children, teens and youth. The ministry also operates two early learning schools.

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