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Call to Prayer: Fiji

The California-Pacific Conference is called to prayer for Fiji after a cyclone has killed 29 people and has raised the potential for outbreaks of Zika and Dengue viruses.

Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño has conveyed prayers of encouragement to General Board of Global Ministries Missionary family the Neal’s (Wes, Jerusha, Mercy and Josiah), of which Rev. Wesley Neal is a member of the California-Pacific Conference, who have been serving in Fiji since 2014.

Just recently, they sent an update on the on-the-ground conditions.  Read the letter at the button below.

Lord, in your mercy…


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