TPUM team brings food and prayers

TPUM staff members with the food bags ready for distribution. (Credit: Petero Navosailagi)

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Staff from the Trans Pacific Union Mission (TPUM) shared God’s love through an act of kindness in their local community this morning (April 24).

The TPUM team donated 24 bags of basic food items, along with a World Changers Bible, to needy families living in the COVID-19 lockdown area of Nabua settlement, Suva, Fiji.

TPUM Discipleship Ministries leader, Pastor Nasoni Lutunaliwa, and Youth Ministries director, Pastor Charlie Jimmy, prayed over the families living in the settlement and the police officers working tirelessly to keep the area secure and safe. The TPUM staff also gave two bags of food items to the police officers and thanked them for their service.

“These groceries should help them for a few days and we prayed for all our folks out there who have been affected severely by this pandemic,” said Pastor Lutunaliwa.

Praying with the local police. (Credit: Petero Navosailagi)
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