DEM. REP. OF CONGO
Newby (Luumbashi) - “Restawhile”
Guesthouse continues to fulfil a need for accommodation for
missionaries and their visitors, as well as other Christian workers
from evangelical backgrounds, who are in
for this ministry, for the maintenance of the property and needs of
the workers, and that it will continue to be a blessing and
encouragement to many who visit.
been several clashes in
recently between Mai-Mai militia, who want the independence of
Katanga Province, and the military.
for safety at “Restawhile”
and for those living in the surrounding area.
Ian and Marilyn
Campbell (Chingola) – Please
who after falling off a roof, sustained fractures of both the right
and left foot.
that his feet would heal fully.
Ken and Christine
Cowell (retired workers) –
Please continue to
for the ministry at the
David and Maureen
that suitable staff would be appointed to fill the vacancies for the
next school year, at
Heber and Fiona
Gallitto (Parana) ask
(14yrs), a friend of their
Melissa. Having recently become
a believer, she attends most meetings.
her mother and two brothers, that they too would respond to the
Mario and Helen
Ponce (Cochabamba) -Prayer is
Natividad, a young believer with
a family, who is due to be released from prison soon.
for her as she adjusts to life outside the prison, and for her
health, as she has to undergo Dialysis twice weekly. In addition,
prayer that God will appoint two
more elders for the assembly. As the work grows the present elders,
are finding the workload heavy.
Alain and Christine
Monclair (Quimper Region) - Pray
for them, and other believers in the assembly, as they talk and
a lady with psychiatric problems, who has been attending meetings,
that they would be open to her and give wise answers to her
Colin and Maureen
Crow (Montpellier) –After years
of searching, the assembly in
has found an ideal building, which is large, with a plot of land,
and has adequate parking facilities. Finances are now in order, but
the Mayor has refused permission for the premises to be used as a
for a change of heart as the Major has the authority to authorise
the building being used as a church.
Gerald and Dorothy
Seed (Nantes) ask
for the Christian bookshop in
city centre. Major renovations have been carried out and new IT
for volunteer staff, that they would have meaningful conversations
with customers, for safety when working alone, and that many who
visit the bookshop will be challenged and changed by what they hear
Andrew & Lorna Burt
(Enniscorthy) report that at
present about 30 teenagers attend the youth club on Sundays.
Sometimes there is challenging behaviour, but there are many
opportunities to share the gospel with them. The youth Bible study
is also encouraging with about 15 - 20 teenagers attending each
that they would see many young people come to faith in Christ,
through these ministries.
Barry Haigh (Zambia)
is with us on
at 4:00 pm, to give a Missionary Report and ministry at 6:15 pm.