Dear brothers, pastors, ministers, missionary and ecclesiastical leaders:

My name is Silvestre Sepúlveda and I am a member of the Asheboro First Assembly Church (AFA), located in Asheboro, NC. The Norelen project is based on the following. I own a property located at: Cambita Paraje el Botoncillo Section, in the Province San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic. My brother, Modesto Sepúlveda and I have arranged it to build a missionary project that will impact the following communities in the area: Mucha Agua, Cumia, el llano, Cole Valentín, El Corte nuevo and at the same time impact the Dominican people as a whole. This missionary project will consist of a building with: a medical dispensary, a residence for missionaries, an evangelical temple, among others. Given the magnitude of impact that this project will have for the Dominican people, I would like to be able to count on your collaboration in order to provide the Dominican community with the support they so badly need. It will be named NORÉLEN; in honor of our Parents. My father Norito, and my mother, Elena, who were the original owners of the property.

How will this be accomplished?

This project was put in my heart to start and build a place of hope for this community. We understand that this cannot be achieved with a single man; that is why God has put the plans to complete this project through the Church, which is the body of Christ working together to bring the gospel to the needy. To put this project in progress, we are knocking on the doors of churches, businesses, believers with a missionary call, and government officials. We are also looking for sponsors who will make a faith promise to give $20, $30, $50 or whatever God puts in your heart per month. You can also give a donation as an offering that will help advance this cause. With these relationships formed and divine appointments made by God, we believe that God will do more than we can think or imagine with the Norelen Project.