Bara kana hoojin wangeelaa karaa waldoota Kristiyaana Oromo biyoota baayyee keessati hojetamaa jira. Waldooni keenya Ardi:
- Kaaba Amerikaa fi
Keessati hooji issaani balinaan hojechaa jiru. Hoojin kunis immamtni inni dukaa bu’uu, gutuumaa namumaa namaa tajaajilu issa jedhu (Wholistic ministry and mission) issa jedhu dha. Inni kunnis Waaqayyoo fayina lubu qofa ittu hin ta’iin furmaata jireenyaa guutumaati namaaf kena issa jedhu irrati kan hunda’uu dha. Kan lubuf kan haafuraa, kan amaaf kan bara baraa hundumaa waliti qabate kan jiru dha.
Tajaajilaa fi hooji hoojetamaa jiru ilaalchise dirree hooji wanlgelaati oddu nu qaqaban karaa fuula kana akka gabaasaa ti tamsaafna.
First of all I would like to say few things about the dramatic and rapid growth of the Oromo church in the Bay area. In my previous Presidential briefs I have mentioned the great things God is doing amongst our people through the ministry of this faith community. The progress is fascinating!
One can simply say that they are on their way to doing great things in the service of our Lord Jesus Christ and for the betterment of the life conditions of our people. Read more ï¿½
With the help and guidance of God almighty the mission in Nairobi is completed with a glaring success! Read more ï¿½
I am writing this letter to you from San Jose California/Bay area home of approximately 5000 Oromo residents. In this area our church was started few years ago but was struggling and facing a number of challenges. Few yet faithful Oromo Christians were determined to keep the church going no matter how small they were and how difficult the work has been. Read more ï¿½
the American common there is a popular saying, “What happens in Vegas
stays in Vegas!” At this juncture I beg to defer! That saying may be
true is true for hundreds of millions of people including the first
lady of the United States Laura Bush who quoted that saying after her
visit to Vegas in 2004. As I look back and see what God has done for
the Oromo evangelical church in Las Vegas I have decided to pull out my
lap top in my Hotel room and share the story with the beloved global
net work of Oromo churches around the world. What happened in Vegas
this weekend needs to be narrated and documented for the glory of God
and for the good of Oromo churches worldwide.
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My trip to Dallas was
with a mission to encourage and consult with the Oromo church in
Dallas. This church was born almost three years ago when Oromo
Christians decided to come together and start a Bible study. That Bible
study group grew and became a fellowship of believers.
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Without a doubt we have been victorious in establishing, launching and commencing a long and laborious yet fulfilling and meaningful journey. This is a sign of God’s blessing showering over the hard work and good intentions displayed by all involved in the process. Nonetheless in addition to the divine presence and blessing our united commitment, accountability and determination will determine the final outcome the effort. Therefore I call upon all of our churches to uphold these newly instituted mission and ministry offices via consistent support, appreciation, encouragement and prayer. Read more ï¿½
At this juncture I call upon all Oromo churches to join us in an intense and fervent prayer as we move to carry out such a monumental task. As called and commissioned people of God we are compelled by the values and traditions of our faith to act. As I conclude writing this document the words of Mordecai comes to my mind from the book of Esther 4:13, … Read more ï¿½
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