Coral & Concrete: Life on the Most Densely Populated Island in the South Pacific

Life on Ebeye Island, a remote island in the already-remote Republic of the Marshall Islands, is difficult. 16,000 people are crammed into 1/8 of a square mile. The Salvation Army’s pastors (known colloquially as Officers), Envoys Rudy & Ella Jabuwe, are sometimes forced to use their own limited funds to help feed hungry children whose families are too poor to afford food. But they serve with joy. The love of God is immediately apparent in Rudy & Ella's lives, and they showcase His grace with every act of generosity. Watch the video to learn about the often-desperate situation on Ebeye, and how Rudy & Ella and their team are working to help the people living there. You too can get involved, by giving to help support the ministry on Ebeye, at salvationarmyusa.org/donate.

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