Many young lives have been committed to Christ

“Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit . . . let us esteem others better than himself.”

Today, yesterday, and tomorrow, I ask God, “Lord, what will you have me do?” Let Christ be honored in our lives. Trust and give him first place in our lives!

Many young lives have committed their lives to a blessed, spiritual awareness in their 2017 summer camps throughout the State of Hawaii. Our oldest grandson at 7 received the Lord and attended Bible camp; he became a pastor at 27 on his return from Iraq. He is now, 36, an airport transportation security officer and has a daughter and son.

And now, may all devote themselves for excellence in their homes, jobs and schools. We thank the many volunteers for a successful and blessed mission to save this generation from going astray! Let us be a safe haven, a kuleana with vision, aloha spirit, values, integrity and forgiveness. “Forgiving what is behind and reaching forward to what is ahead” (Philippians 3:13).

Aloha ke akua, God is love.

Al and Kahu Pualani Manuia-Hashimoto

Wailuku

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