MISSIONARY PRAYER REQUESTS:
Mary Ratter (Katoka)
and their future plans
re medical appointments.
to be motivated and honest in their work.
elders of the churches and for revival
is planned to leave for Malawi on the
to be able to finalise the arrangements for the
literature Depots which they are establishing. They have recently
printed over half a million Gospel Calendars and Tracts and they
believe that the depots will greatly improve the logistics of
distributing these items. He would value our
& Gill Davis (Dar-es-Salaam)
have us encouraged by the number of young hearts that are being
touched by the Gospel.
Sowing the seed of the God’s Word has continued at
the Kids’ Clubs. A combined total of 59 children recited
Over the past six weeks, they’ve learnt
127 children have been rewarded for saying them perfectly. They are
like sponges soaking up what is taught to them.
for open hearts to understand what they have learnt and the response
they must make to be saved.
Timothy and Joy Beer (Loloma)
for the six students who were baptised recently. Please remember
these young people in
that they will go onto to live for the Lord, and be a testimony for
Him in the area.
Clive and Hazel Walker (Santiago)
as they distribute 60,000 calendars from
December to February
to churches in other parts of the country, as well as giving them
out door to door in different villages and towns around the Province
of Veraguas where they live. These towns have no gospel witness.
Most people will not refuse a new calendar, and with Bible verses
they are a wonderful outreach tool. Remember these towns, especially
that God will give them opportunities to share the gospel with those
who show an interest.
as people see God’s Word on their walls each day that they would be
convicted of their sin and see their need of salvation.
The transfer of responsibilities at the “The
has now been completed.
has officially signed off and has joined the board of trustees. This
year she will continue to make regular trips to
to assist the staff and support
reports that his prison visiting has now re-started on a Thursday
morning. Beside the regular meetings in cells, they plan to visit
some of the families of the inmates with food and other aid for the
cold winter months which have already commenced. Please remember in
for the women she met at a church in
They have expressed an interest in wanting to grow as Christians and
experiencing the Lord's help in their lives.
for opportunities to serve these women in discipleship in some way.
meets with quite a few other women who have asked for help in
relation to addictions and to assault.
for those who have had some form of assault in their past, that the
Lord work in their lives so that they know His hope and help as they
seek and walk with Him.
& Alison Black (Bouc Bel Air)
report that there has been a set-back in
health after his recent surgery. A blood clot formed
in the implant under the skin, (linked to one of the main arteries
and installed during the operation), which is used mainly for the
chemotherapy treatment. The problem is being resolved at the moment
through blood thinning injections twice daily, but it also means
that another operation may be necessary to reposition the implant.
writes that after several months of assessing her role in
she concluded that the locals were carrying on the literature and
children’s work successfully. After much
and consideration, she made the decision to leave Macedonia in
November. Her elders in
Kells (Co. Meath, Ireland)
support this decision and are happy to commend her to a new work.
The exact details are still not clear, but she trusts the Lord to
lead her according to His plan. Our
would be much valued for this transition period over the next few