Eyeglasses for Thailand

January 30, 2013


Mid-Atlantic Christian University Collecting Eyeglasses for Thailand

Elizabeth City, NC – January 25, 2013 – Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU) President Clay Perkins and Gene Langley, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, will travel to Thailand early next month. They hope to take many pairs of donated eyeglasses with them.

Perkins and Langley will be visiting Ezekiel Fish, a 1990 graduate of MACU, and the mission work he founded and directs, Good News Mission. They will also be visiting the training center affiliated with the mission, Asia Christian Leadership Training Center, one of Mid-Atlantic’s two “sister schools.” The other sister school is Central India Biblical Academy, affiliated with Central India Christian Mission.

Fish requested the gift of eyeglasses for the people he serves who desperately need them but cannot afford to buy them. Donated eyeglasses may be dropped off at MACU in the business office in Wilkinson Hall at 711 N. Poindexter St. no later than Jan. 31.

Questions or comments may be directed to the Office of the President.

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