The latest team of 'Golden Oldies' leaves for Fiji today (Saturday) for eleven days. There are 24 members on the team from throughout New Zealand, including several over 80!
They are visiting and ministering in a variety of contexts: schools helping children from squatter settlements, a health centre and maternity hospital for young mothers, an old people’s home in the WW2 barracks. There will be trips to remote villages, and the team will host a mission training day at the Suva Cathedral on Friday. Your prayers during the mission would be appreciated.
Follow the ‘Golden Oldies’ daily at www.goldenoldiesmission.com
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