South Asia Ministry Outreach

South Asia Ministry Outreach

From Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis

During Covid-19 Global Pandemic, Pakistan and Indians have been suffering from socio-religious-political unrest/violence and deadly disease. You can make a positive difference in sending us to share the love of Christ.

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Update #32

3 months ago

Yesterday, My son and I walked one more final hour as we prayed for God to continue to do accomplish what God has started in each one of the Pakistani spiritual leaders we met at Pakistan, may God's will be done and be glorified by them. As of 9/16-6/27, we finally completed 50 hours of pledged prayer walk for Pakistan/India. I believe God has already used each of supporters' prayers of intercession to already bless the churches/people/organizations before we even got there. It was good to observe the Holy Spirit and Christ actively at work where we visited. Thanks be to God's faithfulness to all of us.

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"I will seek the lost, I will bring back strayed, and I will bind up the injured, and I will strengthened the weak." Ezekiel 34:16

To my Sisters and Brothers in Christ,     

                                                    (this letter is updated as of 7/15/2021)

In this deadly crisis of Covid-19 Global pandemic where there are hunger, starvation, violence, sickness, death and grief ravaging many nations, I am hoping to make  a positive difference by physically going to Pakistan and Southern India to preach the Good News of crucified risen Christ and the Holy Spirit in the midst of suffering and pain, to present and encourage the people  and clergy leaders many ways to connect with God through meditative and contemplative prayers, to give words of comfort to men and women who are stricken with grief of the loss of their loved ones, to praise and worship God through music, healing anointing and Eucharist, to donate food/medical supplies and to be the incarnated loving presence of Christ in the midst of time of national mourning, trauma and tragedy.

We are hoping to raise a total of $10,000. to do a mission partnership in ministry to assist spiritual leaders in India and Pakistan at this time of the global Covid pandemic.  We will be escorted by bishops/ministers at all times.  If we do not raise sufficient funds, we may only visit Pakistan and keep our expenses to a bear minimum.

We are planning to travel to India and Pakistan in mid-August-September 8, 2021 with my friend pastor, sister in Christ, Rev. Agnes who will be assisting me in various forms of ministerial activities.  However, the date may be subject to change due to passport renewal arrival date, visa request grant date and temporary traveling government Covid  pandemic restriction dates, political/ecclesiastical situations/event changes, my son's school in America and my friend's pastoral church duties, etc. This requires flexibility and willingness to adjust while being committed to be ready to depart when all the paperworks are in order. 

To be more specific, our itinerary is to visit the 3 cities in Pakistan.  Then, we will travel to India.  However, there is likely chance that if we do not raise enough fund, we will focus on Pakistan ministry at this time only.  If we only raise funds for airfare, food, lodging without other ministry or donation expenses, we will fly out and modify expenses to a bear minimum and continue the ministry as best as we can with no extra donations to the native churches or their seminaries.

If visa is not granted temporarily due to Covid pandemic in India by the mid August, we will modify our original plan accordingly to focus on Pakistan as their airports are open and obtaining visa is open.

Please note that your bank charge for fund donation may state as "Stripe," or "South Asia Ministry" when it is withdrawn and it is part of Fundly.com website.  The processing fee is 7% of each donation.  Please do not think this is fraud when different name appears.  

We will be working with native Evangelical Episcopal Communion bishops, priests, Anglican Bishops and priests, Presbyterian, Baptist and non-denomination-Pentecost pastor. 

 Our ministry will include but not limited to:

1.  Diocesan/Regional Clergy Theological and Spiritual Formation 2-3 day retreat/seminar for priests/lay leaders of dioceses. 4 Conferences in 3 cities ranging 100-200 clergies in Pakistan and 2 conferences with 100-300 clergies in India.

 2.  Preaching and Communion: I will be leading Revival, Healing Services with Communion, and Intercession Prayer gatherings at villages and pavilions, churches

3.  2 Women's Conferences- I will be coordinating Pakistan women guest speakers to address women's critical issues and will discuss on theological, sociological and psychological multiple levels.

4.   Visit and participate in evangelistic outreach to plant a new church or to nurture the existing village churches in India, to encourage and pray with local church pastors and their parishioners and community/national leaders.

5.  Coordinate and work with the native clergies/ministers, missionaries and provide resources and connections on a denomination and on ecumenical level.  Establish and Build working relationships with national clergies and their spouses for future ministerial support. 

6.  Give out Medical supplies in India such as oxygen masks and survival kits and food to the village people/churches, clergy family survival packages

7.  Ministering with the  Dean and his staffs of the Diocese of Raiwind, Church of Pakistan, Anglican and Episcopal priests (as of 7/24, 2021) and pastors from Presbyterian, Baptist and Pentecostal Branch.

You may donate as you wish.  These area guidelines for suggested donations. The fund raised will go to:

Emergency Fund For families of ministers who died. 

Food emergency relief supplies.

New Church Planting Mission and Evangelistic Outreach 

Medical Supplies -Oxygen Ventilators 

Theological Educational Funds for Bible School and Seminary.  Administrative Costs. 

Travel Expense 

Conference Fee

I would like to also raise a mission partnership with you all as I intend to travel often globally in the future to continue to do these kinds of ministries.  No doubt, you are the sending-missionaries who will make a positive difference in the lives of devastated. 

 I will keep in touch with you through social media and email and update you as the ministry progresses.  I need not only financial support but your prayer of intercessions as this is critical to breaking down any strongholds that binds people's souls.  Thank you for your kind considerations.  

May God continue to be glorified, bless, heal and empower each of you.

The Rev. Dr. I. Teresa Ko-Davis, 

Evangelical Episcopal Communion priest

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #45

Yesterday, My son and I walked one more final hour as we prayed for God to continue to do accomplish what God has started in each one of the Pakistani spiritual leaders we met at Pakistan, may God's will be done and be glorified by them. As of 9/16-6/27, we finally completed 50 hours of pledged prayer walk for Pakistan/India. I believe God has already used each of supporters' prayers of intercession to already bless the churches/people/organizations before we even got there. It was good to observe the Holy Spirit and Christ actively at work where we visited. Thanks be to God's faithfulness to all of us.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #44

Dear All,
Here are the expenses from the total number of fund we raised and spent. Financial Report of how the fund were used.

Total fund raised - $2,967. (Walk-A-Thon- $225. + $2,742.from South Asia Outreach fund raising)

(Some of these are approximate round off numbers)
$1, 603. 14 - Air Plane round trip tickets for me and my son.
$266. - Lodging for 3 days plus renting a car for 4 days, gas, etc at Gujuwala city
$130.14 - Rent-a-car, gas, toll in the city of Lahore
$70. -Rent-a-car, toll in the city of Falsalibad
$90. - Lodging in Lahore
$500. - donation to India's starving people, theological education and 100 church planting project by bishop Konduri in South India.
$50. - donation to refugee women/family
$120. visa fee for two people
$10. - tip
$30 - gas
$150.- food while traveling
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Total Expense spent - $3,019.28.

Personal Donation Items:
Guitar, tuner and guitar case for the Guardian of Faith Youth Group at the Presbyterian Church of Pakistan
silver communion set for the brick factory village church/El Shadi School-Church
clothes for orphans and poor village people
clergy stahl and the book about Disaster Pastoral Care to the Dean of the Church of Pakistan
crucifix necklace as a gift for sub deacon
rosaries for refugees
Vladimeer's Theotokos icon to the hosting lady co-pastor
Rain jacket to the hosting pastor
re-gifting of the ladies' traditional clothes for the hosting pastor's wife
re-gifting of a watch to the hosting pastor's dad who celebrated 50 years of faithful pastoral ministry.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #43

The final update as of September 15, 2021
All glory, honor and praise to our Triune God!
My son and I returned home safely and healthy on the morning of 9/14/2021. It has been joyful and adventurous journey of mission outreach of 13 days. Thank you for all of your prayer of intercessions and fund donations. Because of your support, we were able to go to the 3 cities of Pakistan and minister to the people of God already there waiting for us with open heart and warm welcome. We visited Falsalibad, Gujuwalan and Lahore cities and visited 12 churches, 3 schools, orphans and people at the Brickmaking Factory, Church of Pakistan, Catholic Church of Lahore: Worked with clergies/bishops across the denominations such as Presbyterian, Anglican, Pentecostal, Intervarsity student organization of Pakistan, and Guardian of Faith Presbyterian Youth Organization. I was able to lay hands, anoint with oil and bless the 2 sub-deacons into their process via The Apostolic Catholic Church and 2 Pentecostal veteran pastors. Furthermore, over 90 children and adults were baptized and anointed with oil at the brickmaking factory. over 150 people were prayed with oil for healing, presented the Contemplative Prayer Seminars for 4 congregations
/groups and preached to 7 churches. Conducted 3 Women's Conferences and administered Eucharist/Communion to 4 church services. My son also shared his words of faith affirmation/testimony to more than 7 churches. We also preached, presented special songs at the Global Christian You-Tube Station and recorded to be broadcasted to over thousands of cyberspace audiences. Our God is faithful and wonderful!
We were able to build friendships and networked with people who's heart is humble and passionate to seek the face of God at all angles of their lives. They were spiritual, kind and hospitable to us and so very hungry and thirsty to know more about the Triune God. We experienced the holy presence of God in their praise worship and during their single-hearted fervent prayers...and koinonia fellowship. Thank you for all of your intercession prayers and this was the foundation in which healing, manifestation of God, energy and innovational meetings with various spiritual leaders, opening of hearts to receive God's love, repentance and rededication to Christ of many souls, planning for practical clergies' theological education or further empowerment, protections from harms ways, etc..happened. May God continue to bless each one of you as you and God blessed me and my son.

Love in Christ,
Rev. Dr. Teresa Ko-Davis.
John 3:16/ Psalm 46.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #42

Sept 7th Ministry in Gujranwala, Pakistan

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3 months ago

Update #41

Sunday, September 5, 2021. Four churches with garlands of flowers warmly welcomed us. We had a great fellowship with adults and children, ate delicious Pakistan meals and snacks. We preached at four different churches and were invited to offer a prayer of blessings at the two deacon ordinations at one of the Pakistan Presbyterian churches. We were invited to offer a prayer of consecration to break the communion bread and drinks at the Eucharist table. I anointed more than 70 people individually asking to pray for them and led people to prayers of healing on a congregational level, sang four vocal praise songs with my guitar, engaged in theological discussions, Joshua offered two sermonettes and prayer for the churches, prayed a prayer of exorcism in one house and a person, visited church family homes, I had a jet lag and falling sleep on the pulpit but By God,s strength and grace, I made it through from 6:15 am. - around 9 pm (with one hour of sleep and the other day only 2 hours of sleep), ongoing ministry to 7 churches merged into four due to Confirmation and ordination of deacons ceremony. I thought I would pass out in what seems to be hot, humid weather in the nineties; constant streaming sweat was felt all over me. Thanks be to the Triune God for the abundant grace that carried me through.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #40

9/4- Pakistan Outreach ministry
Shared the Word of God with the wonderful women at the family gatherings, blessed four babies, prayed for healing with oil and visited 3 families and their extended families, visited 3 businesses in the market, had fantastic meals served by the host pastor’s family, met with two pastors, evangelist and discussed the theology of Luther and meditative contemplative prayers, introduced to a child how to play guitar n sing to Triune God. Moved to the next city and was warmly welcomed by Rev Sharaz Sharif Alam and Rev Romella Robinson and their lovely family with fragrant lovely flower garlands, balloons, sparking lighting balls, and flower petals on the floor. Wow! It was an honor to receive such a beautiful welcome! Please pray for God’s blessing, anointing to fall upon the 6 churches we will be visiting tomorrow.

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3 months ago

Update #39

We arrived in Lahore, Pakistan late at night/early morning Sept 3/4. We were warmly welcomed by Rev. Charagh Roshan Roshan, his wife, son, and his colleagues at the international airport. Our Triune God is faithful and full of grace!

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3 months ago

Update #38

We are flying out on 9/1-9/13 to Pakistan finally. Please continue to pray for God's blessings of the nation, God's protection, anointing and transformation of souls, building of solid friendships with the national spiritual leaders, church revival and healing. Also, please pray for my dad who is recovering from illness at home. My husband, Richard who is taking care of him and the two puppies while starting his senior year of Masters of Divinity at the Princeton Theological Seminary. All the caregivers for my dad and the 2 puppies while we are gone and continue on afterwards. Thank you for your prayers and donations to make this ministry outreach trip possible. May God in Christ bless you continuously.

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3 months ago

Update #37

Visa got approved, Airplane ticket to Pakistan purchased. My son and I will be departing this Wednesday, 9/1/2021. Please continue to pray for all of us.

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3 months ago

Update #36

update 8/23/2021- Friends! The money some of you sent to India from Walk-A-Thon few weeks ago and the fund you donated for the South Asia Ministry of total $500. to the Bishop Daniel Konduri was used to buy food: vegetables and facial masks for the people at South India. Thank you for your generous and kind donations and prayer. It made a positive difference in the lives of feeding the hungry and preventing Covid-19/Delta Germs from infecting and spreading. I am sure people there recognized this is the love of Triune God shown through the local church in India and from our mission outreach effort from America. The remaining fund little over $2,000. will be used for Pakistan travel and ministry next week or so. Thank you very much. The Kingdom of God is continuing to manifest on this earth because of people like you.

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3 months ago

Update #35

Update as of 8/21/2021:

Visa Processing at the moment. Checking out airplaine ticket deals for my son and I. It seems like every day, the price is going up by $50. for the cheapest round trip ticket I can find on-line. I changed my mind and my son will be coming out to the ministry field with me for his theological, humanitarian and mission training.

Hiring caregivers for my dad and my 2 dogs (realized how expensive this mission trip is costing us on top of no work n pay for 3 weeks during my dad's hospitalization and the cost of hiring people in my absence), writing my last will in case I die traveling abroad, contacting 4 clergies to touch bases to confirm our ministry schedules, itinerary, not much money left for anything else after getting our airplane tickets and visa processing money and donating $500. to the bishop in India to feed the hungry, care for the sick and dying, church planting and theological education.

Anyway, we may need to rely on the hospitality of the Pakistan clergies as financially are very close to broke. Perhaps few will drop out from out partnership but may be not. Surely, this will make us to travel like our Lord Jesus with simplicity. Please continue to pray for us. Thank you.

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4 months ago

Update #34

Current Update: Included is the photo below from the Western Union receipt that he received the fund sent 8/18/2021.

I am not able to go to India at this time but planning to fly to Pakistan only this year. So, I sent $500. from the raised funds to the Bishop Daniel Konduri, Anglican bishop in Hyderabad, India.

Total of $225. raised from Walk-A-Thon was to be used for the hungry and dying in the Covid-19/Delta Pandemic in India. Then, the remaining will be for the New Church Planting and for the Theological/Biblical education to train pastors/clergies.

May God continue to bless, empower his vision to establish 100 new churches, 100 new disciples, to feed the hungry and dying and to feed spiritual food to all those whom God brings across his path ways.
Thank you to all those who donated prayer and funds for this novel cause.

Anyone who would like to pray and to donate funds directly to Bishop Konduri, please do so by contacting him directly through Facebook Messenger or you may contact me if you have any questions.

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4 months ago

Update #33

8/16/2021 - I am not able to go to India at this time but planning to fly to Pakistan only this year. So, I sent $500. to the Bishop Daniel Konduri, Anglican bishop in Hyderabad, India. $225. raised from Walk-A-Thon is to be used for the hungry and dying in the Covid-19/Delta Pandemic in India. Then, the remaining will be for the New Church Planting and for the Theological/Biblical education to train pastors/clergies. He will send receipt soon. May God continue to bless, empower his vision to establish 100 new churches, to feed the hungry and dying and to feed spiritual food to all those whom God brings across his path ways.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
4 months ago

Update #32

This is the second page of the previous update as of 8/14/2021.

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4 months ago

Update #31

The Letter of Facilitation to support my ministry as the probationary Priest of The Catholic Apostolic Church, Independent Sacramental Movement by the Bishop Allen Jones as of August 1, 2021. As of today, as of August 14, I received a message that says I will be incardinated into the Priest of the Catholic Apostolic Church. The certificate will follow later.

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4 months ago

Update #30

Update as of 8/14.2021

1. My dad may be discharged in few days.
2. I was accepted by a Synod Council of bishops to be incardinated to be the priest of Word and Sacrament of The Catholic Apostolic Church which is. part of Independent Sacramental Movement organization as of today.
3. I received the USA renewed passport yesterday.
4. I will be applying for a visa to Pakistan next week.
5. Continuing to do prayer walk for Pakistan/India
6. Continuing to engage ministry plan with 5 ministers of the Gospel.
7. I will be escorted by the Church of Pakistan staffs.
Please pray continuously that I will be at Pakistan in God's timing to bring glory to God and to build God's church, people of God and to serve humanity in distress at this time of Covid pandemic.

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Rev. Dr. Teresa (Sophia) Ko-Davis posted a new update:
4 months ago

Update #29

South Asia Ministry Outreach Update as of 8/8/2021.
I so wish to go to Pakistan and India right away and do the mission outreach as soon as possible. However, I encountered many difficulties on the way. First, I had to cancel one of the ministry plan with Pakistan bishop due to numerous inconsistencies which caused me to not trust him anymore and therefore cancel one part of my overall ministry plan. Second, my Archbishop who ordained me dropped me and sided with the bishop I cancelled my ministry plan. Third, I felt betrayed by both Pakistan bishop adn the Arch Bishop of my previous denomination where....I ended up loosing my ordination credential with the denomination. Fourth, I am still exploring to find a denomination where I find home but I am not sure how this is going to work out as I started search process...Fifth, my father became suddenly critically ill few days after all these happened. Six, the friend who said will join me in ministry cannot due to her bishop not giving her approval. Seven, I decided to not to take my son due to danger. Eight, Covid-Pandemic is so dominant in India, it is not safe to go and visa is not granted, Nine, my renewal of my passport is getting delayed way too long due to Covid pandemic. It still has not arrived yet. Ten, the walk-a-thon I organized, no one shows up except my son and I although there were 4 financial and prayer supporters for this particular fund raising event. Eleven, I am at a situation where I may need to delay the trip as I am anticipating my 99/100 years old dad may die if he cannot make it through this aggressive medical treatment plan of pneumonia and peg tub operation. Or if he makes it, then, it may take some time to help him recover and settle down back into our home which I would be happy to do so.
I so still want to go out there and minister but I am faced with many obstacles which is out of my control. So, I am going to leave this all up to God and trust Christ. After all, it is God's missions and I am gonna do my best to pray, wait for the right timing and prepare meanwhile in case there is a reversal of my current circumstances. One thing is clear, however much painful and frustrating it is, I am surely not going to give up on this mission outreach.
On a positive spin, I am very happy on the other hand, to see that I raised total of $2,667. plus, $225. from walkathon. Total of 41 fund supporters and over 70 prayer warriors. I still have many other Pakistan and India clergies, bishops and ministers waiting joyfully to work with me and continue to wait for my arrival. The current fund would be good enough for me to fly out there/lodging/food/transportation, minimal donations to Pakistan and to send minimal donations to India for the causes I listed on the website. God provides what ever fund I will be leading to accomplish God's purpose. Feeling distressed but it is not over yet. I am hard pressed on many sides but I am not going to backdown either. So dear friends, continue to pray for me, my dad, the people God may be preparing the hearts when I get to the field of my mission outreach in God's kiros timing. I appreciate each one of you and amazed at your trust and commitments to me and our Triune God.

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4 months ago

Update #28

Update as of 8/5/2021

The Mission Trip is still on. I am waiting for the right time to leave. My renewed passport still has not arrived yet and my dad needs some time to adjust to his stomach feeding tube after the surgery today. So far, my son and I raised $225. (Total of 4 doners) through walk-a-thon to be donated to India's hungry and sick people. I am in the process of contacting them to send the money as I will not be traveling to India at this time. However, I am looking forward to be sent off to Pakistan. I raised $2,567. (total of 36 doners and many more prayer support) so far for the Pakistan trip and ministry. In due time, I will soon revise the financial needs now that 2 people are not able to go with me and I will be traveling by myself and Christ with escorts. There has been one ministry cancellation by my initiation and addition of new ministry so there has been changes past few weeks and I would need to reconcile and make changes into the overall schedule.

Another task joyfully added onto the list is for me to ordain a Pakistan couple into a "lower-order" as a representative of my new Bishop of the The Catholic Apostolic Church (ecumenical) as my ordination credential is changed to Independent Roman Catholic priest of the TCAC (on probationary period of 6 months) from an Evangelical Episcopal priest.

I am still planning to travel to 3 cities at Pakistan ministering with various denominational ministers/their churches/groups/organizations: Anglicans, Methodists, Human Rights Activists, Muslim-Christian Peace Promoters, Presbyterians, Baptists and Non-Denomination/Pentecostals. I am thinking about 2-3 jammed pack ministry of preaching, teaching, retreat, administration of communion, village church ministry, seminars, talks, friendship socials, etc. I am hoping to return home in America one piece after my mission outreach is complete. I will do this all over again continuously in future as led by the Holy Spirit and guided by all whom God sends into my path.

I hope and pray I persevere through this heart wrenching hardship and time of distress due to my dad's medical and neurological condition. Thank you for your continual financial support and prayer of intercessions. - Mother/Sister/Rev. Dr. Teresa Ko-Davis

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Update #27

Update as of 8/1/2021

-I am planning to go to Pakistan in August/September.
-Waiting for my passport to be renewed and arrived to my mail box soon.
-Also waiting for my dad's medical condition to stabilize.

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4 months ago

Update #26

Update:
1. I am no longer Evangelical Episcopal Communion priest but Independent Apostolic Catholic priest. as of few days ago.
2. Rev. Agnes decided to not join the ministry trip.
3. My dad is still at the hospital but getting better generally. Thank you for your prayers.
4. I will be working with Anglicans, Church of Pakistan and Non-Church of Pakistan bishops, pastors and priests.
5. I canceled my ministry program with one Episcopal bishop.
6. I am going alone to Pakistan and happy to go alone escorted by the Dean and his staff of the Anglican Church. and the Church of Pakistan.
7. Walk-a-Thon is tomorrow.

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