returned to Angola on the 5th Nov. for 4 weeks. He particularly asks
in travel on the long drive to
November, with a
planned night stop at
the safe transport of a replacement generator from Luanda to
Camundambla on the
November on a hired
the prompt issuing of paperwork in
allowing him to start the process of a visa application for
Iain Mathie (Ely) to
visit Angola in January 2014.
Long drive most of which is off road to the
for the next phase of the installation of a water pump providing
water to the village. This visit will last as long as is necessary
to complete the work in hand.
for the evening meetings while in
as hundreds of believers from surrounding assemblies will gather
each day for Bible teaching.
for the annual Bible
conference at Camundambala,
Nov – 1st
Dec., that help will
be given to bring relevant and needed teaching from the Word of God.
is due to
leave again for Malawi on the
30,000 Gospel calendars have been shipped there at the beginning of
October, and we’re asked to
that they might arrive whilst
is there. There are also 45,000 Gospel magazines awaiting
and Eunice Rea (Moshi)
for 20 students who have completed the foundation course at
Berea Bible College
return next year for a further eight months of intermediate study.
that as they return to their churches, work, and homes, they will be
better equipped to serve the Lord.
Steve & Gill Davies (Dar-es-Salaam)
as they prepare children to recite
parents at the Christmas assembly on the
and Pat Atkinson (senior workers)
New Testament is in the final stages of preparation. Within two and
a half months they expect 3,000 copies to be printed.
that this process will go well and that the books will be a means to
bring readers to Christ.
Clive and Hazel Walker (Santiago) –
of 60,000 scripture calendars and 100,000 tracts in Spanish, as well
as material in Chinese has left Belfast for Panama.
for safe delivery and that the shipment will be released quickly and
easily on arrival.
Colin and Elida Stephens (Shkoder)
for the 13 people taking part in the
Project which began recently. The project, from IBEI
in Rome sends teachers for 2 weekends every 3 months and the
students study over a period of 4 years.
that this will cause them to grow in their love for the Lord and
will develop their spiritual gifts. At the end of each year they
will take part in a practical project at their home church.
for 4 women she meets with for discipleship. All of them suffer from
various difficulties in their lives and are struggling to make
decisions regarding the Lord.
for them, and for
that she would know how best to respond and help them.
Toxteth Women’s Centre
is now planned to open again on
for this, and for identifying new trustees and volunteers in the
Graham and Alison Black (Bouc-Bel-Air -
Another set of programmes has been sent to various
radio stations around the French speaking world that are willing to
that these programmes will be a rich blessing to all who listen.
Jonathan and Amanda Hanley (Dinan) -
Several writing projects including a series of
Bible-reading notes for teens and a chapter in a new book ‘How
to Live as a Christian’
will soon appear on the internet.
that many would find this an encouragement and help in their faith.
William and Liz Irwin (Nantes)
have been encouraged by their first weekly Bible discovery group
which began recently. 9 people attended, 5 of whom were looking at
the Bible for the first time. The study was a background
introduction, and as they left expressed a desire to come again.
that they will return and soon see their need of a Saviour.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Colin and Rosemary Sheldon (Dublin) – Colin
continues with the ‘Bible
in 19 Primary Schools in SW Dublin, teaching 55
programmes each lasting 5 weeks.
for freshness each time
teaches, and that God’s Word will make a great impact on the
would also value
for the very elderly ladies who attend the Coffee Hour, that in
their late years they will be challenged by the Gospel.
Andy and Gillian Shanks (Newcastle West)–
Please continue to
for the Parent and Toddler group which
began in September. Although only a small number attend they have
been attending regularly, and one mother has taken a Bible home.
that through this ministry
would be able to reach young parents with the Gospel message.
Jonathan and Naomi Dieter (Beirut) –
has taken on some extra teaching with the help of a newly-hired
teaching assistant. He is concerned that the increase in his
workload will mean that there is very little time for network
administration and development.
will be able to hand over some of his teaching to his assistant,
freeing more time for the non-teaching side of his job.
Nat and Jennifer Rodgers (Skien)
- Please continue to
for the work in the
The chaplain has recently notified
of new prisoners who have been on the waiting list and are now able
to attend the studies. The challenge is again renewed as they seek
to draw close to new inmates and point them in the direction of the
Margaret Hewitt (DPG Norway 1973-2004)
for her nephew
and his wife
who are mission workers in South Africa.
has recently been diagnosed with leukaemia.
for all the family at this time, and that any treatment given will
be successful in bringing a good recovery.
Ken and Alison Barrett (Madrid) –
for the street witness in
as the police patrol have raised objections to the use of the
sketch-board to preach, and
that there would be a resolution and that it would not prevent open
air ministry in the future.