Governor-General visits children’s sanctuary

Operation Food For Life founder Dennis Perry (far left) with the Governor-General (centre), and children and staff from the Born Free Sanctuary.

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Independent ministry Operation Food for Life (OFFL) recently welcomed the Governor-General of Papua New Guinea, Sir Bob Dadae, to its Born Free Sanctuary in Port Moresby.

For more than five years the sanctuary has provided full-time care and a Christian education for up to 30 children and youth at risk. Some of these children would not be alive today without this facility.

In his address to the children and youth, the Governor-General, an OFFL patron, reflected on his life, sharing about his humble beginnings with little education to now working in government. He challenged the youth to make God their Partner, saying they can do all things in Christ by applying their faith and working hard.

In his closing remarks, he stated, “I wish to pay tribute to the Operation Food for Life ministry for their many years of faithful service to the poor in my country.

“I am inspired by your programs and projects you are doing in serving with passion and compassion, giving dignity and hope and the love of Jesus to my people, many who live in tragic circumstances.

“Thank you for being the hands and feet of Jesus through your remarkable efforts.”

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