Len Millison Outreach Fund (LMOF)

Representatives of five great local agenciesa great partnership for new housing, FKOC and Peace Covenant Presbyterian ChurchMark Moss of Habitat for Humanity gives a presentation

Learn more about Peace Covenant’s Mission Work, and the Len Millison Outreach Fund (LMOF): This fund was established after the death of our beloved Pastor Len seven years ago. He was a model of the fruit of the spirit, living in loving ways, practicing abundant generosity, and being faithful to the scriptural teachings concerning the care of those in need.

This is the seventh year of sponsoring our annual outreach fund drive in Pastor Len’s memory. The fund received $3,585 in donations in 2014. Many people, organizations, and Presbyterian World Mission have benefited from Len’s Outreach Fund. The photos here were taken during a Mission Fair with representatives of organizations supported by LMOF.

Thanks to the generosity of the congregation and friends of Len throughout the country, the diligence of the Mission and Outreach Committee, and the support and guidance of Peace Covenant’s Pastor, Dr. Larry Schenk, we were able to support the following missions in 2014:

We continued our long term support for Reverend John and Gwen Haspels and their work in Ethiopia.  We supported Reverend Daniel and Elizabeth Turk working as missionaries in Madagascar.

$500 was given to Albert Schweitzer Hospital, Haiti.  Go to www.hashaiti.org to learn about the work they do in the most impoverished nation in the Western Hemipshere.

$500 was donated to Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition for their programs serving over 3/4 of the approximately 750 babies born in the Keys each year before, during and after pregnancy.

$300 was given to A Positive Step, a mentoring program for younger siblings of youth who are or have been in detention.  A summer jobs program, Idle Hands, is a part of this program.

Boys and Girls Club after school program received $300.

VNA/Hospice of the Florida Keys received $500.  VNA is a visiting nurse program that allows the elderly or disabled to get care in their own home.

Project Lighthouse is a program to help youth who are homeless and too old for a children’s shelter or foster care.  They receiived a $300 donation.

Florida Keys Outreach Coalition which provides food and housing for men in recovery and women and children without housing received $500.  Peacock Supported Living Center which provides housing and services for men and women with chronic mntal illness in now included in this coalition.  They also received $500.

$100 was donated to Christian Resources International who distribute God’s word and Christian teaching tools to people all over the world who cannot attain them.

Please prayerfully consider making a donation to Peace Covenant Presbyterian Church, (note that it is for the Len Millison Outreach Fund) so we can build on the work we have begun and continue to keep his memory alive through good works.