Summer has come and almost gone in a flash. Posts have been fewer; but we look forward to continuing to update you more regularly over the coming weeks.
We spent the month of July in Africa and the Lord really blessed. We thank Him for opportunities to meet with those who pray for us and to visit Churches and Schools which are filled with children who need the Saviour. We thank God for His leading for the future.
We have been praying much for Kenya over the election period and we thank God that life has now largely returned to normal.
Joyce hopes to return to ministry; following the birth of her 3rd child; in a few weeks time.
This past week we have been representing Feed my lambs at a missionary convention. It was a privilege to have the stand there for 5 evenings and to distribute literature about the work. It was a joy to be able to explain the work to those who were interested.
Last night we were able to share in a meeting. Another new opening and a privilege to join with those of God's people who are interested in missions.
Today has been about catching up on emails and correspondence as well as some other admin. Our next prayer letter has already been put together and so tomorrow the printing process will continue. We hope to be posting later this week. Our prayer letter is also available by email.
Looking ahead we will be sharing at another missionary convention in September. We also have quite a number of meetings booked for the latter part of this year and appreciate your prayers for those. Moving into 2018 and again we have bookings and are especially thankful for those new opportunities. A series of 12 messages will also be shared over the course of as many weeks in a local venue and I appreciate prayer as I prepare for these meetings.
Over the coming months we wish to see more progress in some of the ministries which have opened up to us. This can only happen through the prayers of God's people. We trust you will consider standing with us.
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