(Saurimo) is recovering well from the
random attack on her by a mentally ill man
outside her home. Bruising to her arms is
the only physical result but mentally such a
thing leaves its scars. Satan is trying each
and every way to disrupt the work of the
Lord and our
prayer fellowship is greatly needed.
Rachel Haigh return to Zambia this
(11-06-10) for 4 months teaching, preaching
that they will be kept in good health, and
free from malaria, etc.
Betty Burnett (Parana) are returning
to the UK on
as he prepares four articles in advance for
the assembly magazine, to cover the months
he will be absent.
also for the recording of the television
programmes, which has now started.
Claudia Holt (Trinidad-Beni) returned
to Bolivia last Monday after 6 months
furlough in Scotland. They would appreciate
as they seek to be faithful to this call
and, with God’s strength and wisdom, apply
the changes that are required.
Anita Keith-Gillon (Armenia)
prayer for a group of women who will
be following the ‘Freedom
From Bitterness’ studies on Wednesday
mornings for the next few weeks.
is also requested for students taking a
Missions class at the Bible Institute on
Tatford would value
on 13th June
when he has been asked to give the
message at the united assembly worship
service in Paris. This is usually attended
by about 500 people.
Alison Black (Bouc Bel Air) are very
happy to report that “Gladys”
continues to make progress health wise and
has been involved in outreach efforts
recently both in her home church and
elsewhere. Please continue to remember
Rosemary Sheldon (Dublin) have a
special summer ladies’ outreach on
and also a men’s evening on
that many will attend these special evenings
and be blessed. The assembly is currently
involved in distributing 2,500 gospel
magazines around the area.
for contacts to be made through this work.
Alison Barrett Madrid) request
for the Madrid assemblies’ annual outing on
Non-Christian contacts will be invited, so
that they will be touched by the preaching
and the testimonies to be given.
& Chat each Wednesday morning at 10:30
(N. Shields) is planned to be with us
for the Gospel Service on
at 6:30 pm.
The visits to
Care Centre last Sunday made a
promising start. Only 5 residents plus a
male Carer attended, but as they were able
they joined in the hymn singing, and
listened to the message. The next visit is
planned (D.V.) for the