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Mission’s latebreaking news (with photos)

Mission in need of a truck

This from Barbi Carroll:
“Trusting God, for a larger truck with a lift to pick up donations in.

Mission Love Seeds has been using John’s pick up truck since 2004 to pick up donations and many times we need to refuse large furniture items such as king size beds and mattresses because John’s truck is not big enough .

Mission Love Seeds was blessed with a small motor cycle trailer, but even that is not big enough.

MLS is blessed to receive whole houses of furniture and hotels here in Destin, Ft Walton Beach and surrounding areas are very generous to the mission when they have items they no longer can use. There have been many times when Mission Love Seeds had to refuse the donations because we had no way of picking up the items.

Please pray God will provide a lift truck very soon!”

Family #18 to receive new home

The family living here in Galilee, Philippines, will receive house #18 from Mission Love Seeds.

Baby Jeremiah was named after Jeremiah Seitz who was visiting the village last year when the baby was born. His mother wanted to name the baby after Jeremiah.

Answered prayers

Fely Zapanta, Mission coordinator in the Philippines, stands with the family of house #17 which is soon to be built.

Jeremiah Seitz and his wife Thess Embile Seitz have committed to build house #17 in the village of Galilee, Philippines. The Seitz family is planning a trip to the Philippines in December and will help put finishing touches on the house. This will make the second house they have built for families living in poverty in Galilee.

Jeremiah and Thess and his mother Jan Priday Seitz have committed to build the house for the pastor in the village of Galilee. They will help put finishing touches on the pastor’s house in December. Please keep the Sietz family in your prayers; they have a heart for the kids and Mission Love Seeds and are doing amazing things with the help of the Lord.

Home for pastor in Galilee

Mission Love Seeds has just purchased this lot in the village of Galilee, Philippines. The plan is to build a house for the mission pastor.

Funds are needed to build the house, but by faith the house will be built by the end of this year. God has a plan!

“It’s always so exciting to see who God uses,” said Barbi Carroll, president and founder of MLS.

Barbie’s on a Mission

Mission Love Seeds is gearing up for Christmas 2013 for the kids in the Philippines.

Girls with their Barbie's last year.

Barbie’s on a Mission is OFFICIALLY ready to receive your donations of new and pre-loved toys to send to the children in the Philippines!

Help by donating small toys — Barbie dolls, trucks, cars, Beanie babies. The first donation came from Realtor Amy Walsh.

A new helper from Destin Middle School is Lauren Flattery. She is in the 6th grade and will be helping the Mission with collecting toys and dressing them.

Mission Love Seeds also needs funds to help pay for shipping of the toys. It costs $80 to ship one extra large box that holds more than 300 pounds. Last year, Mission shipped more than 30 extra large boxes of toys. The toys need to be shipped by the middle of October to insure they arrive in the Philippines before Christmas.

Hugs for her Barbie.

Visit the Facebook page “Barbie’s on a Mission” to see more pictures from last year.

To make a monetary donation click donate above, mail check to 55 Country Club Drive East, Destin, FL 32541 or call 850-650-5583.
Toys may be dropped off at Keller Williams Realty offices in Destin, Niceville, 30A, Navarre and Gulf Breeze.
For more information, email missionloveseeds@cox.net.

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