miércoles, 22 de agosto de 2012

Flying cars...!




 


You may have heard about Steve Saint’s Flying Car over at iTech in Florida and how YWAM is the first recipient of this innovative tool, which has an amazing dual purpose in Australia. The car will go on tour in Aussie and be used to call a generation of young people into missions and spark their imagination for how they can make a difference. Imagine the applications of this new technology amongst the remote villages and waterways in Papua New Guinea; transporting critical patients across the canopy to receive life-saving medical care, or medical professionals and educators transported into some of the most remote villages to empower and train PNG locals.You may have heard about Steve Saint’s Flying Car over at iTech in Florida and how YWAM is the first recipient of this innovative tool, which has an amazing dual purpose in Australia. The car will go on tour in Aussie and be used to call a generation of young people into missions and spark their imagination for how they can make a difference. Imagine the applications of this new technology amongst the remote villages and waterways in Papua New Guinea; transporting critical patients across the canopy to receive life-saving medical care, or medical professionals and educators transported into some of the most remote villages to empower and train PNG locals. 
Here’s where you come in.  We want to invite you to participate in a couple of ways in the final steps of thecommissioning of the Flying Car to Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Firstly, you can come and see the car and some of the YWAM Townsville and YWAM Ships OC staff and be a part of the commissioning at the Call2All gathering in Los Angeles November 29 – December 3 2011 by registering atwww.call2all.org
You can also participate by sending a tax deductible donation.   We need to raise about $35,000 by Thanksgiving to put the Flying Car into a shipping container with spare parts and specialized portable dental chairs for ministering in PNG.

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