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You're Invited to Come Meet our Team and REJOICE in the News and Personal Testimonies of Redemption from the Front Lines in Ethiopia!

By Adams Thermal Foundation

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Date and time

Thursday, March 23 · 5:45 - 8:15pm CDT


The District 4521 West Empire Place Sioux Falls, SD 57106

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About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Come and REJOICE over the testimonies of three leaders who have been working in and through our programs in Ethiopia!

Martha Mulugeta, the Sponsorship Director for Adams Thermal Foundation Ethiopia, will be flying to the United States to share, first-hand, the current plight of the orphan and God's work in the lives of our children. Martha is the longest-serving member of the Adams Thermal Foundation team in Ethiopia.

Bahru Ageza, the Country Director for MKA Ministries, will also be traveling to the U.S. to recount the dramatic growth of our newest ministry to the homeless, to refugees, and to students in Ethiopia. Bahru is the newest member of our leadership team and, like Martha, personally ministers to the people we serve.

John Warden, the Outreach Director for Life Church in Sioux Falls, will share testimonies from his experience as the Team Leader for a short-term mission team that ministered to the children in Hosanna, Ethiopia in July of 2022.

  • Doors Open at 5:45 PM
  • Dinner Will Be Served at 6:15 PM
  • Event Concludes at 8:15 PM

*Please indicate if you prefer a vegan or gluten-free meal during the checkout process.

About the organizer

Adams Thermal Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization based in Canton, SD, was established in 2013 for the mission of 'alleviating the suffering of the most vulnerable, confronting all forms of human poverty in our communities, our nation and our world.' Currently, Adams Thermal Foundation operates two schools for the "poorest of the poor" in Ethiopia. In addition, these schools offer "self-help" programs for parents to learn business and job skills. Together, these programs seek to break the cycle of poverty and lift children and families out of despair and hopelessness.