We help, where most help needed
There is more and more refugees on the streets of Egypt. They coming down to Egypt mainly from the surrounding countries such as south Sudan. They literally living on the street without any
supplies of food among them a lot of children and elderly people which are the most in need.
Majority of this people suffering from one or more diseases. Women and children being regularly raped.
Taking in consideration the currently economical situation and political instability this people not only being unwished and also neglected in this country.
As a young Christian based non profit organisation that strives to improve the life thousands People which desperately need a help we are going to organize a serving for a homeless People in need. The immaculate conception Shelter ministry is to provide shelter, safety and hope to this people. We will focus on the everyday worship and preyer service also we will organize volunteer support from among the refugees themselves. They can help us with the serving in the kitchen.
We could rent one big storage house which would provide a roof a grate number of homeless people and they families.
Shelter ministry has an open-door policy: All who desire to be a part of this work are welcome, regardless of religious preference or background. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds. We are driven by the desire to give tangible expression to the love of God through the work of eliminating poverty housing. Our mission and methods are predominantly derived from a few key theological concepts:
Shelter ministry is based on the conviction that to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, we must love and care for one another. Our love must not be words only — it must be true love, which shows itself in action. Shelter ministry provides an opportunity for people to put their faith and love into action.
When we act in response to human need, giving what we have without seeking profit, we believe God magnifies the effects of our efforts. We refer to this perspective as “the economics of Jesus.” Together, the donated labor of construction volunteers, the support of partner organizations. By sharing resources with those in need, shelter ministry volunteers and supporters going to make refuge for many homeless people
Shelter ministry welcomes all people to build with us in partnership. “The Bible teaches that God is the God of the whole crowd,” explained Fuller. “God’s love leaves nobody out, and my love should not either.