We want to assure you that many people in need have been reached out through JFM with basic needs and other necessities. As a result, many people’s living standards have been significantly changed, and hope restored. Many have given their lives to JESUS. If you donate, you may not know whom you have blessed, but God recognizes, so we encourage you to contribute to see more lives changing for the glory of God. We are not promoting ourselves nor doing a business to make ourselves rich but instead expanding God’s kingdom, giving God’s people hope, and showing them love just as Christ loved us.
Today, we visited a family with food gifts, but they turned wild after receiving the gift. We don’t take pictures to brag and show people that we helped, but instead, we do so to show our donors what we do. So this family was misinformed about that, and they rejected a picture, stating, “we are making money from their picture.” And it was OK.
We are not promoting ourselves, but we are doing God’s work, and He takes the glory. When the lady exclaimed and shouted at me (DELIVERY GUY), I told her, ” Jesus loves you,” and walked away. Now, this looks shameful; imagine someone you have given free food, then turns into a harsh person. Jesus loves everyone no matter what; we try to stay humble and imitate Christ even in such situations. Our “delivery guy” remained calm and offered them a smile. We don’t take pictures to brag, NO, and we don’t want to embarrass anyone; it’s not what we do. We respect each one in the name of JESUS CHRIST. Those are some of the challenges we face in our ministry, but we know whom we are serving. We don’t give because we expect anything in return. We are following Jesus’ example. Freely given, we freely give. We serve an amazing God, we are honored to do so, and we take that seriously. We pray for the mean-spirited people; they need Jesus.