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Labasa, FijiBy Teresa Neumann

“We can’t just preach about Jesus from the pulpit or during crusades and not demonstrate his love to our neighbors. This is the first time for the officers to go out and give food and clothes to members of the community and we will continue to do it.”

(Fiji)—The Fiji Times reports that as part of their community policing crusade, police officers in Labasa—joined by church pastors—donated food and clothes to residents of Namara squatter settlement and shared the Gospel of Jesus with them at the weekend.

Regional Police Commander Northern Senior Superintendent Isikeli Ligairi was quoted as saying officers needed to show people that Jesus cares.

“We can’t just preach about Jesus from the pulpit or during crusades and not demonstrate his love to our neighbors,” he said. “This is the first time for the officers to go out and give food and clothes to members of the community and we will continue to do it.”

According to the report, prayers and encouragement for financially-stricken families were part of the morning program.

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