MISSIONARY PRAYER REQUESTS:
to return to the UK for health reasons.
for a real sense of the Lord’s peace and strength for
and her family as she undergoes treatment.
has had a successful visit to
to establish book depots in several parts of the country, as well as
getting the distribution of the 2017 Calendar underway. He
had fruitful meetings with a translator and printer, and is
optimistic about the publication of essential Bible Teaching
materials in the coming months.
and Peggy Ferry
as he has been diagnosed with skin cancer on his forehead. He
started treatment at the end of January. Some years ago, he had skin
cancer on his nose which was dealt with while in the UK.
Peter & Elaine Smith
have a busy month after having returned from the funeral of
mother. They are visiting the West Indies from the
week of ministry meetings at
a further 2 weeks at
again for ministry of God’s Word. They ask
to teach, and also that local primary and high schools will open
their doors for a visit.
Richard and Pam Harknett (Trujillo)
return to the UK on
Remember them as they bring closure to a blessed period of service
over the last 11 years.
for them as they think through future ministry for the Lord.
David and Brigitte Sutherland (Lyon)
for an African woman who came to their church, invited by another
church member who works with prostitutes. She wants to begin a new
life, and they had two hours of discussion and
with her. Please
for this woman and for those who are trying to help her.
Margaret Davis (Caen)
refugee family she has been visiting. She has been speaking with the
mother who is suffering from shock after all they have lived
for this family and that they will continue to be open to
and the gospel.
William and Liz Irwin (Nantes)
for a family whose parents have recently accepted the Lord, and
their children are also open to the gospel.
for this new family in the Lord Jesus, that they will grow in Him
and see their children won for the Lord.
& Alison Black (Bouc-Bel-Air). Graham
is continuing with his chemotherapy treatment, and
his next 3 sessions are planned for
February 2nd, 23rd,
and 16th March. He is also having blood thinning injections every
day. He will have the implant removed at the end of the
Noel & Liza McMeekin (Drum)
are in the process of organizing the annual
at different venues. They ask us to
that as the good news of the gospel is shared with students and
parents, the seed will bear fruit in salvation.
For the past 12 months it has been evident that their
with his wife
and their two children (Rachel
& Eva), was being led to take over the responsibility of the
This will allow
more time to work locally in connection with the
Nat and Jennifer Rodgers (Skien) – Nat
would very much value our
father, who unfortunately has fallen a number of times of late. He
is 96 years of age.
Tim and Jenny Gooding (Cluj)
as they have finally obtained 'Reception'
for their house and the children' Home, which means
that following the next stage of the process, they can begin
registration to open the Home (see
November Missionary Newsletter).
that they will be able to complete the paperwork swiftly and for
suitable employees for the home.
and Alison Barrett (Madrid)
as they continue to trust the Lord, for the funds for the
Red Box HQ premises
The total needed is €850,000 and by New Year, there was "only"
€200,000 to find. The funds are needed by Easter Sunday. In
as he continues to prepare for the ‘Cross
intensive course which he will be teaching on
Tim and Elena Glasscock (Pontevedra)– Tim
recently had a fall and has broken his heel. It is currently in a
cast and is confined to home.
that it will heal quickly and that it will not cause too much
disruption to his daily activities and commitments.
Ruth Cushing (Merseyside)
Her claim for asylum was refused and just before Christmas she put
in a fresh claim.
She has been allowed to go
back to the hostel she was previously in, which means, among other
things, she can continue to have the support of a local church she
that it has been an encouragement to watch her grow
in her Christian life.