PHOENIX, ARIZONA (December 22, 2013) - Sunday, December 22, 2013 marked the first Sunday Worship Service for the Yapese that took place at the Defngin residence in Phoenix, Arizona. This is in response to a prior event that took place two weeks ago in Tempe, Arizona. On the weekend of December 7 and 8, the MOMUSA Family visited the Yapese in Tempe, AZ. Those that came represented the cities of Phoenix, Mesa and Tempe. About 20 individuals, mostly men responded to the Gosple message and surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ. Yesterday, the group started their first worship service on their own. Please keep this young fellowship group in prayers.
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Location: Full Gospel Prayer Mouintain
30250 Gunther Rd. Romoland, California 92585. When: April 18-20, 2014. For more info, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to another exciting Memorial Day weekend that will be filled with sports, ministry activities and fellowship among fellow islanders. There will be co-ed three on three basketball, co-ed volleyball, food, exciting prices and much more. The date is set for May 24, 2014, however, we are still in the process of securing a location. Please stay tuned for more information. We are now accepting team's registration. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Annual Summer Camp is coming up soon. This camp usually takes place the weekend after the ministry road trip. It has been a great time to relax and recoup after the long distance of driving and sleepless nights. Location will be at the San Clemente State Beach, California August 16th thru 18th.
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TEMPE, ARIZONA (December 7-8, 2013) - What a humbling privilege once again to have experienced the hands of God working among our people. On December 14 and 15, the MOMUSA Family visited Yapese in Tempe, Arizona. Those that came represented Yapese from Tempe, Phoenix, and Mesa.
On Saturday, the event kicked off with volleyball and basketball games at the All-American Gymnasium in Tempe. Following the games, we assembled outside the gym for a time of praise and worship.
In his opening, Sato shared the teamís gratitude toward the Yapese community members for accepting our request to visit and welcoming us to come and fellowship with them. The worship started with the MOMUSA group sang a couple worship songs. Testimonies were shared by Emily and Maxine Suka and each of them sang a special number following the testimonies. Lawrence Yinolang shared the Gospel Message and concluded it by addressing the crowd with a challenging question, ďIf you were to die any moment and you are standing before the Lord and He asks you, ĎGive me a reason why I should allow you to enter into heaven?í What would be your answer?Ē As the closing song sang, many responded and came forward.
The next day, on Sunday, we gathered at the Defniís home for another fellowship time. Testimonies were shared by Gary Suka and Chenchen Ludwig Palmer followed by a closing remarks by Sato Suka. The community elders were given the opportunity for closing remarks where each expressed his/her gratitude for the visit and what have taken place in their lives during the weekend.
What a great turnout that was! Please keep the Yapese group in your prayer as they begin their new fellowship group.
Special thank you to John and Matilda Defngin for organizing the event and opening up their home to us, Thomas Tun and his wife Josephine, and our friend Bernard Goosur who came all the way from Texas just to attend the event. View Event Photos
PARSTOW, CALIFORNIA (July 21-22, 2013) - MOMUSA had the honor and privilege of being invited by the Ft. Irwin Pacific Island Fellowship on July 21st - 22nd for a time of praising and worshiping our Mighty God. This Fellowship started a year ago under the care of Welly Lipan and Surleigh Tara, two Godly Kosraean men. The Ft. Irwin Pacific Island Fellowship is a congregation that consists of brothers and sisters from Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk, Samoa, Marshall Island, and other nations. Wonderful diversity! They are located on the Ft. Irwin Base northeast of Barstow, California. Read more...
PORTLAND, OREGON (November 23-24, 2013) - MOMUSA sent Gary Suka and Lawrence Yinolang who teamed up with members of the ICC Youth of Seattle and Oregon as they visited Yapese in Portland, Oregon on November 23 - 24, 2013. Special thanks to KS, Akson, Genesis and the rest of those that represented the ICC churches of Oregon and Seattle for partnering with us in this ministry event. We want to thank especially to Vicky and the Yapese group for accepting our request for the visit. Last but not least, our special thank you to Pastor Alex Fichan and Pastor Andrel Yamamoto of the ICC churches for their blessings and for allowing some of their young people to join up with us on this ministry. As a result of the collective effort, the ministry was a success. Pray for the Yapese fellowship in Portland, Oregon.
SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA (November, 2013) - Few of the MOMUSA Family members visited Palauans in San Bernardino, California in mid November, 2013. The gathering took place in one of the Palauans home in which the owner of the house surrendered his life to Christ during the evening fellowship. Please keep our Palauan brothers and sisters of San Bernardino in your prayer.
RENO, NEVADA/SUSANVILLE, CALIFORNIA (July 12-14, 2013) - Following the Summer Ministry Games, the MOMUSA ministry team went on a 20 plus hours road trip to Reno and Susanville to visit Micronesians. An estimated of 300 plus Micronesians living in Reno and about 200 in Susanville. Thankfully, the Chuukese and Palauans in Susanville now have their churches established. The Reno community is still in need of a spiritual leader. There is already a local church that opens up its door for us. Please keep Reno ministry in your prayer.
PREACH THE GOSPEL: "Everyone who calls upon the Name of the Lord will be saved." (Romans 10:13) "How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?" (Romans 10:14) "Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God." (Romans 10:17)