MISSIONARY PRAYER REQUESTS
Ruth Hadley –
as she continues chemotherapy.
for minimal side effects, as she has had severe nausea, and for all
the medical staff involved in her care.
& Gill Davies (Dar-es-Salaam)
have had a tough time staffing wise. One Carer left, another fled
because her husband was attacking her, and a third one was on
maternity leave, but has now returned to work.
They now need to employ another Carer, who is a
born-again believer –so please
Kids’ Club over the past five weeks, 101 children have recited
Philippians 2:4-11 perfectly. Some of these children come from
Muslim homes, learn God’s Word, and then take home prizes, some
a Muslim single mother, has continued to attend the Sunday gospel
meetings. Although she is lacking in stamina, she is looking much
healthier as she is eating regularly and receiving appropriate
medical treatment. Please continue to
that there may be a spiritual breakthrough in response to the gospel
message that she hears, and the tokens of God’s love she is
another HIV+ friend, is back attending regularly. They have adjusted
the way in which she receives basic food assistance, so they see her
now more regularly. She appears to be getting thinner but continues
to look after her two boys well. She is another soul in need to
God’s salvation but has yet to believe upon the Lord Jesus.
assembly in Dar-es-Salaam, which now has only five believers in
fellowship, continues to be encouraged by those attending the
meetings. There are always unbelieving adults present at the gospel
meetings and scores of children attend all the meetings.
Barry & Rachel Haigh
are currently back at
until the 6th August.
The medical facilities are now almost non existent in
area, the roads very dangerous, and there is untiring opposition
from enemies who, after losing the court case last year, want to
reopen the whole thing claiming they were unfairly discriminated
against. But there are also plenty of opportunities to serve the
for three specific things:-
Physical health and safety.
A spiritual anointing so
may bring the Lord’s blessing.
With these three things
will be very satisfied.
thanked for our
past support and
which are greatly valued.
David Croudace (Zambezi)
29 May–15 June,
attending a teaching conference in
for the assemblies in the Phalombe district and those in central
Mozambique. Last year they had attendees from 45 assemblies. Two
brothers from Zambia will be helping in the teaching.
for safety of travel and for good contacts to be made.
Jim Burnett (Senior worker) – Jim
and his daughter,
are in the UK for two months furlough. Some meetings have been
is hoping to spend as much time as he can with family. This is his
first visit to the UK since
Homecall and he would appreciate our
Peter and Anne Grover
as they have returned to the UK and wait to see what the Lord has
for their future.
that they would be led as to how to put their gifts and experience
to good use.
reports that the personal work with individual
ladies continues. She is meeting with about a dozen women dealing
with all sorts of different situations and coming from all sorts of
backgrounds. There are women who have been, or are in, abusive
situations, have been the victims of assault, are wanting to age
well, and are going through unwanted
divorces. Our Lord truly is a sufficient Lord as He works in all of
our different lives.
will be teaching a small group at the church in
during the summer months. In
the church in
will have a stall at the town fair. As well as selling coffee and
pancakes, they hope to engage people in personal evangelistic
that they will be able to talk to people about the Lord and the
gospel during that day.
is involved in various writing projects. Particularly
for good outcomes for the book she is writing to help victims of
There is always a large audience of parents, friends, and visitors
present. While the purpose of the ceremony is to award the high
school diplomas and other academic awards, the opportunity is taken
to read from the Word of God.
Ruth Cushing –
Please continue to remember
whose next hearing will be on 19 July. She is now studying the next
Emmaus course with
that the Lord will give her peace during this time of waiting, and
for all those who are preparing her case for court.
request for "A"
who is living on Tyneside.
Chris and Michelle Hall (Chateau-Gontier)
will be taking part in the
Open Day and Crępe Evening,
which will be held at the church in
They hope to connect with people on the estate, where the church has
been meeting for a year.
Mike and Alison Packer (Laval)
are looking forward to the church being given over to
during the month of
with each person receiving a booklet with suggested
Graham & Alison Black (Bouc-Bel-Air)
inform that on
Saturday, 3rd June,
a first worship service was held up in the
hills area about an hour away from them. Some of the believers live
up that way and for some time there has been a desire to do
something in the area. The service will probably be held about once
a month for the time being .They would appreciate
for this new venture.
health the specialist is very pleased with the results and
everything is going as well as it can go.
Ken and Alison Barrett (Madrid)
who will be preaching in the
Whilst there, he will also attend a mission conference for Spanish
as she prepares for the GLO campaign visit in early July.
Ramadan commenced on 27 May and is scheduled to finish on
This is a tense time for believers in certain areas, so please
remember them in your
(Bensham) is planned to be with on
24th June, at 4:00 pm and 6:15 pm,
to give a report on
and ministry of God’s Word.