Monday, April 21, 2008

Email fraud alert from Jireh Ministries Foundation


This email is being sent to you by Robyn Fruehan and Janet Ohlig on behalf of Jim Fruehan.

Please be advised that we have identified some fraudulent behavior through email.
Someone has posed as Pastor Benjamin Kintu, requesting money because of an illness of his wife.

I can assure and guarantee you that his wife, Jacqueline, is doing very well even though she is in her
ninth month of pregnancy. I am staying with the Kintu family in Uganda.
The deception is very clever as is Satan.

All donations for this ministry should be sent directly to Jireh Ministries Foundation, Inc.
Pastor Benjamin Kintu will not be asking for any funds directly from our supporters.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate in contacting us.

Believing HeWillProvide,
Jim Fruehan

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Thursday, April 3, 2008

God's Beautiful Creations

Robyn& I made to Jinja! We were first greeted at the airport with Jenny and our two newest grandchildren, Christopher & Katie. This was a pleasant surprise that we really enjoyed. We have been appreciating the glory of God through our journey. We took a boat ride today on Lake Victoria and went right to the source of the Nile River. We saw monkeys in the trees and birds in the sky, the kids absolutely loved it. You might say it is a lot like the jungle boat at Disney Land, but this was real.
We will be here through Friday when we head down to Masaka. We will be greeting our newest missionary team, Franklin Academy from Tennessee with senior high students. I will be meeting with a ministry friend, Terry, who will be drilling for a water well in a neighboring city and village, for his organization. I plan on being there to witness the drill and installation of a well. We believe we will be using the same well company to construct our well. It is really great how we are lead to the right connections when you work for the Lord.
I will fill you in on a little God story. I met Terry the other day at World Water Day in Billings, he works with sand filters for making clean drinking water as well as help with water wells. He travels around the world working with people who need water. I failed to get his phone number for our final connection in Africa so I would know where to meet him, because I knew he was not working in the same city as us. Well today we bump into him on the street in Jinja, both of us away from our respective missions. Actually we are about five hours away from our meeting point. So we were able to make contact for next week to coordinate our meeting. The Lord will take care of the details, like hooking you up in a foreign land half way around the world with people you need to meet. Uganda is not the largest country in world but we are talking some pretty remote areas with a large population. We have an amazing God!

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

We are in Journey!

Thanks for all the prayers from around the world. We are in the middle of a 12 hour layover, in Dubai waiting for our final airline leg of our trip to Entebe and then to Jinja. So we just read that our daughter Jenny has received the verbal ruling on the adoption of our new grandchildren, Christopher & Katie! Praise the Lord! This has been a very long journey for Jenny & Todd
We will see Jenny and the kids sometime on Wednesday.

Robyn and I are past the half way point of this long awaited journey to the Jireh Children's Center.

We believe we have received confirmation from God for a water project while we are on this mission trip.
We will be officially kicking off H2O8 with a special fund raiser to get people involved and to take ownership of this water project. More to come.

The next update won't be any sooner than our next internet opportunity.
Believing HeWillprovide,
Jim & Robyn