THE GYLF COMES TO THE RESCUE IN BOLIVIA

Published on Monday 21st September 2020

Bolivia, like other nations, has felt the effect of the recent pandemic which has undoubtedly resulted in the loss of jobs and means of livelihood. The GYLF team in Bolivia in collaboration with Congregación de Creyentes provided relief materials and food supplies to 25 vulnerable families to help cushion the effect of the global crisis. 


The team seized the opportunity to lead everyone to Christ after sharing the Gospel with them. Beneficiaries of this gesture expressed their profound gratitude to the GYLF and to these outstanding ambassadors for remembering them at this dire times. 


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The Global Youth Leaders’ Forum is a youth initiative of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, host of Your Loveworld Specials, established for nurturing young people for global leadership.

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