Prayers answered for Operation Food For Life

The children can now be transported to school without fears that the vehicle will break down on the way.

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A new vehicle is an answer to prayer for Operation Food For Life (OFFL), an independent ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

OFFL founder Dennis Perry said the new vehicle is a “total game changer” for the ministry, which cares for the poorest of the poor in Papua New Guinea.

“For a number of years we have been transporting up to 30 children and youth under our care, living at our Born Free Sanctuary, to and from multiple schools and church in our aged, unreliable vehicle,” Mr Perry said, adding that the vehicle would often break down.

“We have been prayerfully praying for a replacement vehicle for such a long time.

“This week our prayers were answered in an incredible manner we never thought possible.”

Mr Perry said funds for the vehicle were provided through the generosity of donors.

“We can now rescue more vulnerable ‘at risk’ children and youth who without our intervention would face an uncertain future,” he said.

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