A sister of a NB Volunteer was beside herself with joy when she received her Christmas Joy bags from White Rock Presbyterian Chiurch, full of toys, school supplies, warm clothing and a special Christmas pillowcase. She sends a hearty "Thank You Everybody!”
Twenty-five bags were delivered to House of Fellowship. NB volunteers will add to those bags with others items that sent to her, like pretty t-shirts and lovely necklaces. Shee said of the gifts , “It makes me want to be a little Navajo girl again!”
The Christmas delivery was delayed because the NB volunteer who delivered the gifts was quarantined with her mom and sister ( both in wheelchairs.) The sister was testd positivefor COVID-19 and tyhe voluntyeer was tested negative, along with her mother, who was hospitalized from COVID-19 earlier in the year. They all recovered and feel thankful for all the prayers and love. The NB volunteer is confident God will bring her and her family through these trying times.
Thank you WRPC for bringing joy in the name of the baby Jesus to our Navajo neighbors.
Samaritan’s Purse reaches children near and far. This year, near meant House of Fellowship at Bread Springs, NM! Thirty Operation Christmas Child boxes were delivered to House of Fellowship via several other churches on the Navajo Nation. Nihitaa’ Binaanish, Our Father’s Business was able to share these boxes with area families along with food and WRPC Christmas Joy Bags on December 29. The children were delighted to receive a special gift just because Jesus loves them. Thank you to all who ever prepared an Operation Christmas Child box; you never know how God is going to use your gifts.