Worship In Action Update

Dear Friends,

Jesus said in John 8:12, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” Carrying the light of Jesus in a dark world is a high calling.  We carry his light to our families, to our places of work, to the poor, to the weak and to the disenfranchised among us. We are the light of the world.

Naomi Esi Amoah, founder of Royal Seed Home, shines the light of Christ by rescuing abandoned children in her homeland of Ghana.  Called by God to care for every child who makes his or her way to Naomi’s doorstep, she has rescued more than 200 children since founding Royal Seed Home in 2002.

Two weeks ago, on August 22, 2014, Naomi received precious baby Kofi Amoah shortly after he was born.  Kofi’s birth mother was very troubled during her pregnancy and abandoned Kofi at a garbage dump the day she gave birth to him.  Since coming to Royal Seed, Kofi has received medical care for birth-related health issues and he has improved dramatically.  You can see in these pictures how Kofi is getting better every day.


We thank God for the work of Royal Seed Home. He has a purpose for every life born. Please pray Kofi will continue to heal and grow healthy and strong.  Amen.

Friends, we are all called to let the light of Christ within us shine bright for his glory. One way you can let your light shine and make a difference in the life of a child is to give a donation to the work of Royal Seed Home.  Every gift of $25 provides enough food to feed a child for one month.

Visit our website and see how you can get involved.

Thank you and God Bless!
Don Moen & WIA Team


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