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World Missions
Star Mountain Rehabilitation Center Most people are not aware of the work the Moravian Church does in the Middle East. Star Mountain was originally a leper home and has developed into a first class facility for people with and without disabilities.
The Good Shepherd Executive Board approved donating mission funds to Adopt-A-Village in  Tanzania: Udongo. The cost is $1000 per year. For details of the project go to: http://www.moravianmission.org/aids/adoptavillage/
Update on the earthquake in Nepal: Brother Shanti Pradhan reports from Nepal that all church members are safe. He thanks us for our prayers. He said they were in school with the children and parents when the second earthquake came. Thankfully they were able to calm everybody down and send them home after a Birthday celebration. Schools were closed until May 30th. Please continue to pray for Nepal’s land to settle down so people are able to go on with their lives. Currently the Pradhans are living in the rice field with the church group and hope to return home as soon as the earth stops shaking. Good Shepherd responded with a current donation of $3000.
Every   Lenten   season   Good   Shepherd   works   toward   the   Moravian   Unity   Prayer      Day,   which   is   March   1st.   This   is observed   as   the   birthday   of   the   Moravian   Church   officially   known   as   Unitas   Fratrum    (United   Brethren)   in 1457   and   referred   to   as   Unity   Prayer   Day.   Good   Shepherd   uses   special   Lenten   offering   envelopes   during Lent   will   collect   funds   for   this   special   day.   For   2016   the   unity   offering   will   be   for   Tortola   Br.   Virgin   Islands. Funds will be used for a new sanctuary, radio broadcasts, care packages for most vulnerable.