The Least of These (DBA) Woven Vessels International Ministry (WVI) has come a long way working with the resettled African refugees through workshops, conferences, weddings, and family losses. Through it all, we give God the Glory.
In the News:
By the Grace of God...WVI, through relationships, encouragements, and prayers have assisted refugees in the following undertakings:
- Chierie International Market - Sam and Sue-bunch Dixon, owners the African Specialty Store in Old
Town Lansing, Michigan catering to the needs of the African community. They carry hard-to-find African
groceries, clothes, jewelry, as well as, Decorative and Wooden Arts.
Refugees overcome odds to get their MSU degrees.
Miller, M. (2011, May 7) Lansing State Journal.
Accessed online at http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/lansingstatejournal/access/2339608071.html?
One dead, many injured in rollover crash involving children on I-96 near Lowell
The Burundian refugees now have their own places of worship:
- Pastor Nimbona Bourno of the Light Mission Pentecostal Church has also established a congregation
that is growing exponentially with the new arrivals from other countries, including the Congo, Rwanda,
and Burundi. They fellowship at the Epicenter of Worship Church at 102 W. Grand River Avenue,
- Pastor Hamenyimana Odasi is now a Bishop in his own right - a congregation of over 2500 while in
Burundi and has established over four churches, including the Pentecostal Fellowship of the Holy Spirit
in Lansing, Michigan. More information can be found at: http://www.pfhschurch.org/