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Obur Omod and his wife, Kom Gillo, have coped with many transitions in their lives. Some horrific and some joyous. The next transition will be joyous. They will have a Habitat for Humanity home by the end of the year. Rev. Katurah Johnson, pastor of Wesley United Methodist Church, DeeEllen Davis (Refugee Faith Care Team, Wesley UMC) invites Central District congregations to partner with them by participating in a home shower for their members Obur Omod and his wife, Kom Gillo. One of the amazing ministries at Wesley United Methodist Church is their hospitality to their ambassadors from several African countries that are part of the Wesley congregation. Read More
Obur and his family lived in a village in the Gambella region of Ethiopia. He had a good job as a media spokesperson for the regional government, only one of five Anyuak Ethiopians to positions in the majority government. Anyuaks have been an oppressed minority in Ethiopia for generations. Read More
You may contact DeeEllen Davis, Refugee Faith Care Team, Wesley UMC, dervindavis@aol.com, Cell 317-431-7261.
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