Le Upu Lenei ile 2019

 

AS tatou te amataina faʻatasi lenei tausaga fou, o le "ea" e maʻitaga ma le faʻamoemoe. Ou te taʻutino atu, e oo atu i le Kerisimasi, sa ou mafaufau pe o le a le toe fetalai le Alii e ala i lenei aposetolo i le tausaga a sau. O le faafeagai. Ou te lagona ua toeititi lava naunau le Alii e fetalai mai i Ana pele… Ma o lea, mai lea aso i lea aso, o le a ou faaauau ai pea ona taumafai e tuu Ana upu ia avea ma aʻu, ma aʻu ia, mo outou. Pei ona fai mai le Faataoto:

A leai se valoʻaga, ona lafoaʻi lea e tagata le taofiofiga. (Faataoto 29:18)

And as dear St. John Paul II said:

O lenei ua sili i mea uma le itula o le taoto faʻamaoni, o e, e ala i la latou galuega patino e mamanuina le lalolagi faalelalolagi e tusa ai ma le Talalelei, ua valaauina e tauaveina le misiona faaperofeta a le Ekalesia e ala i le talaiina o vaega eseese o le olaga faaleaiga, agafesootai, tomai ma aganuu. -Address to the Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Provinces of Indianapolis, Chicago and Milwaukee i le latou asiasiga "Ad Limina", Me 28th, 2004

That mission does not change according to the times. In fact, it is more urgent than ever. And that’s why Le Upu Nei is here: to help you find and live in God’s will for your life so that you are a source of light to the world around you. As the world grows in spiritual darkness, the opportunity for us to shine is ever brighter! That’s pretty exciting if you ask me. 

But I cannot do this ministry without your help. Le Upu Nei is a full-time apostolate that has only existed to this point because of your prayers and generosity. As this new year continues, I come to you again as a beggar to help me reach souls in whatever way you can. In fact, I pray that those of you who are financially capable will really pray about making a big difference in our apostolate this year. I hate thinking about money but that’s the reality every ministry faces in the twenty-first century. I don’t ask very often, but I need to today.

This year, we are praying about expanding my ministry into a podcast and/or videocast, if it is desired by you. I’m also discerning whether the Lord wants me to do more outreach in person. So pray that God will shower me with Wisdom and Light so that I may know and do His Will with joy and without reserve. 

The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom should I fear?… Though an army encamp against me, my heart does not fear; though war be waged against me, even then do I trust. (Psalm 27:1, 3)

To help our ministry financially, click the Donate button below. You have three options by which you can send support. 

Last, Lea and I want to thank you for your prayers, support, and beautiful letters that flooded in over Christmas. Our family is no different than any other—we are all under siege. But that’s why we have to stick together, right?

E alofagia oe. 

Mareko & Lea

Faʻamanuia ia oe, ma faʻafetai!

 

Mark & ​​Lea Mallett

 

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