Letters from Teresa/Ozioma

Letters from Teresa/Ozioma

Ozioma Hope for Wellness USA Corporation



September 29, 2007


Blessings my dear family and friends,

    I have not written to you in the last few months as my life has been on hold. I now have my visa approved for 1 year, no restrictions. Waiting, in trust, has
been difficult at times. I have learned that it is the waiting, that God will perfect His Will. I have made a DVD presentation that I show when I give my talks, with positive responses.

    I met the new Governor of Imo State, Nigeria two weeks ago in Houston, Texas. This is the state I live in, in Nigeria.  I expect to work with him when I return to
Nigeria in the next few months . My DVD has been passesed on, in person, to The First Lady of Nigeria. If you would like a copy of my DVD please send me your
    I have been attending meetings at the Westwood Rotary Club. They are trying  to make contact with the rotary club in Nigeria to inquire about the possibility of
funding wells.  I spoke at an Igbo Church in Dorchester, Ma,  thanks to a IGBO man named Obiewke, many of the people were from the same villages I live
in.  It felt so good being with them, I felt like I was back in Nigeria.  The mass was in English and Igbo and the spirit of the people was uplifting.  
    I will be going to El Salvador with "Helping Hands Medical Mission"in Nov. My hopes are that this missionary team will get to know me and will help my
villages in Nigeria, as they said Nigeria is too dangerous.  I will share my experience with them being a white woman in Nigeria.   My 3 younger children are back in college and are adjusting well. . My oldest son, Gerry, is doing well
in the work field in St. Louis. I am traveling to visiting them before I go back.

    I think of you all often and pray for you in my daily prayers. 
I have so much to share with you. Thank you for your donations and support. Without your prayers and support I can do little. I pray for you in my morning mass. God Bless You and may you follow "The Spirit" daily.

All my love-which is a portion of God's love,

                                    Ozioma of Igboland


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