Sabbath at the sanctuary

Sabbath service at the sanctuary.

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With all churches in Papua New Guinea closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Operation Food For Life (OFFL) Born Free Sanctuary is now hosting its own Sabbath worship programs.

A special Easter service with the theme “He is risen” was presented by OFFL PNG director Philip Vaki with the assistance of the sanctuary’s youth.

OFFL founder Dennis Perry said the sanctuary, in Port Moresby, has rescued many vulnerable children and youth since its inception. It currently has more than 30 young people in its care.

“We pray God will continue to draw our attention to more children and youth who we can rescue from life-threatening situations,” Mr Perry said.

“Giving them unconditional love, dignity, hope, physical, emotional and spiritual support in the name of Jesus.

“We are very proud of our sanctuary and our large special ‘family’—we love and treat each one as though they were our own.

“When you consider the background of all these special children and youth, many would not be alive today without our rescue.”

Operation Food For Life is an independent ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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