Alleluia Ministries International Spreads Joy in Mauritius with Community Donations
The Alleluia Ministries International (AMI), led by renowned South African Pastor Alph Lukau, brought smiles to countless faces in Mauritius over the weekend by distributing essential supplies and resources to communities in need.
True to their mission of serving God and their communities, AMI volunteers dedicated their time and efforts to reaching those in need.
Although details of the specific communities and items donated remain undisclosed, Pastor Lukau shared a heartfelt message on his Instagram page, highlighting the organization’s core values.
“AMI in Mauritius🇲🇺 took the time to donate to communities in need over the weekend,” the Instagram post read. “It is our greatest honour to serve God and give Him glory through serving our communities. The Lord bless you and reward you as you give”
Photos from the outreach show AMI volunteers distributing gift items and prayers to the underserved in the community.
Founded in 2002 in Johannesburg, South Africa, AMI described itself as a “Bible-believing Christian church with its foundation rooted in the word of God. Its Vision is to “Conquer the world for Jesus Christ.” It has a defined mission to “expand the borders of the Kingdom of God through evangelism and outreach, and awaken the church of God in our world today.”
Since its inception, AMI has grown significantly, boasting thousands of members across the globe. The ministry offers various services, including prayer services, healing crusades, and community outreach programs.
The community outreach programs offer assistance to the underprivileged through food distribution, clothing drives, and financial aid. These efforts provide tangible support to those in need.
Currently, the church observes its annual 40 days of fasting and prayer. The spiritual journey that started on January 14th and culminated on February 22nd
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