Today in School assembly we had a special time of prayer for the Army school kids who were killed in school by terrorists, and for those who are injured and in Hospital,and also for their families, that God Lord Jesus Christ will bless them and comfort them.
Christ Public School Pakistan
PRINCIPAL: AMIN ISSAC
TODAY SCHOOL IS OFF, no classes in school today. We have all classes papers but cancelled the exam for one day, and praying for the Children’s parents and family.
Now the exam results will be announced on 22 December 2014 instead of on 20 December as originally planned.
When I heard news of the Army School Attacked by terrorists on Television, I came to the school office computer to see news on the Internet. When I saw, I fainted. My family took me to the village Doctor. He advised me to stay away from the Internet, but thanks Lord now I am feeling better.
May God comfort all the families in Jesus name Amen.
May the departed souls of those children and staff rest in Heaven, and the injured get well soon in Jesus name Amen.
Christ Public School Pakistan
PRINCIPAL: AMIN ISSAC
Thanks to $200 from a generous private donor, materials were purchased for repairing the roof and the broken gate. There was no money left for hiring a mason, so everyone (staff and students) pitched in to do the actual work. The kids were very excited that they could help. Rain and hail over the weekend delayed the project. But the repair team was able able to start and complete all the work on Monday, just in time before the Eid holiday began on Tuesday, 15 October.
All the kids and teachers were saying thank you for the roof!
The materials needed were girders, bricks, cement and sand.
This was the process. First, the girders needed to be painted. Then the roof materials were put into place. Bricks were fitted into the girders, and then mason work went onto the top of all this structure. Many hands worked hard all day, and the new roof was completed.
The students of Christ Public School recently made a video and asked Principal Amin Issac’s Facebook Friends for help in getting them a new school building.
“You can see that the school building is so bad, if rain comes, how will we study in class? And if it fell down, what would happen with us? Also, as you will see in the video, the hot sun comes in through the roof and the children are perspiring. (Even now in October, the temperature in Pakistan reaches 100 degrees.) But soon the cold weather will begin, which will be another challenge. The roof needs to be fixed before then. Facebook Friends, Please save $5 or $10 for us and contact us. God bless you all.”
by: all school kids of CHRIST PUBLIC SCHOOL
A RAY OF HOPE FOR ORPHANS AND POOR
The new school year began on schedule in late August, even though heavy rains had damaged the roof just days before. God is faithful, we are confident the needs will be met. Already, a generous donor has made it possible for the roof to be patched, and a broken gate to be repaired. The mason is being hired, and the work will be done within the next 8 days. However, the true dream remains… for a whole new building in the near future.
Several of the students were becoming weak and sick. Principal Amin Issac discovered that they were not eating lunch because they had no one at home during the day to prepare any food for them. The other students go home and eat during the noon lunch break. But these eight kids are orphans, and their single mom or family member who cares for them has to work to provide an income.
So it was decided… the school must start a lunch program for these children… even if the budget was already stretched to the limits. They would begin feeding the needy children, and trust God to provide the required funds. On October 1, 2013, the school lunch program was put into action.
They have already increased the number of lunch kids… and they moved to a bigger space to accommodate all ten kids.
The school welcomes donations to help continue providing nutritious lunches to these children six days a week. If you would like to help with this program, go to our DONATE page for more information on how to make a contribution.
CHILDREN’S PEACE PROTEST IN CHRIST SCHOOL & CHURCH
The children of Christ School & Sunday School have a CHILDREN PEACE PROTEST in church. Small Girls are praying for the people of PESHAWER who died and their family for peace of mind, and beg the blood of Christ for injured people, that they heal soon in Jesus name.
All kids too pray for the PEACE IN PAKISTAN and all the people of PESHAWER and all Christians in Pakistan and the world, that God will bless them all.
Our Lord is the master of peace . BLESSED ARE THEY WHO MOURN, FOR THEY WILL BE COMFORTED. Amen.
Christ Public School and the Sunday School kids, too, want you to pray with us for the people of PESHAWAR where many died in bomb blasts on Sunday. We request to all
of you, please pray for all families and relatives of the people who died, for peace of mind because Jesus Christ is our courage. “Jesus bless them with comfort and courage, in Jesus’ name, Amen.”
AT 5:00 PM Monday we shall start our Sunday School. We shall walk through the streets and collect all the kids and the young to come pray.
School is closed today, 23 September, in honor of the people who have died or been injured in the bomb blast at a church in Peshawar Pakistan on Sunday. More than 80 people died and more than 140 people were injured in this incident.
This evening at 7:00 pm we have arranged a PEACE MEETING in CHRIST SCHOOL & CHURCH. We shall pray for injured people and the families of people who have died, that God bless them and comfort them. We are with them in all the way. May our Lord give those who died at the church the place in the Lap of father Abraham, in Jesus name, Amen.
Your brother in Christ
Here is a quote from an official news report:
PESHAWAR: A twin suicide bombing killed more than 75 people at a church service in northwest Pakistan on Sunday, officials said, in what is believed to be the country’s deadliest attack on Christians.
The two attackers struck at the end of a service at All Saints Church in Peshawar, the main town in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province which has borne the brunt of a bloody Islamist insurgency in recent years.
Sahibzada Anees, one of Peshawar’s most senior officials, told reporters the bombers struck when the service had just ended.
“Most of the wounded are in critical condition,” Anees said.
“We are in an area which is a target of terrorism and within that area there was a special security arrangement for the church. We are in a rescue phase and once it is over we will investigate what went wrong.”
Former minister for inter-faith harmony Paul Bhatti and provincial lawmaker Fredrich Azeem Ghauri both said the attack was the deadliest ever targeting Christians in Pakistan.