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Amount Raised: $3,356
Still Needed: $2,644
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Project Number: PPY004

The Manjúi church was established over 20 years ago. At that time, the believers built an adobe building with a tin roof to function as the church. As the years have passed, the walls, windows and doors have deteriorated to the point of falling down. The tin roof is left with the pillars holding it up. Without the walls, the goats and sheep gather under the remaining roof, leaving it a mess. Due to the mess, the believers have resorted to gathering under a tree for their meetings. Whenever it rains, meetings are canceled since there is no adequate place to gather out of the rain. As government buildings (clinic, school and personal houses) have been built with quality materials, the believers are hesitant to rebuild using adobe that will deteriorate rapidly in that climate, compounded by the livestock.
The goal of this project is to finance the building of a substantial church structure. Since the church is in the center of the village, the believers want to have a sturdy, well-built building comparable to the other buildings around it.The Manjúi believers are very willing to give what they have and to use their time to build a new building.

Your gift toward the purchase of building materials and the construction of the church building will allow the Manjúi believers to have a solidly built church to meet in regardless of the weather. It will also serve as a testimony to the villagers of God’s faithfulness to His children.

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