Did you miss us last week? We hope you did. Sorry we weren't able to update the blog. We appreciate all who read it and keep up to date with just a tiny bit of the goings on in the work of Feed my Lambs. We value your prayers.
After many hitches, I have at long last been able to forward our latest prayer letter to our printer and hopefully I will have 700 copies in my hand very soon. In addition to the printed copies, the prayer letter is sent to 178 people via email. As well as those 878 people, we have those who keep up to date with the work on facebook and here on the web easily bringing the total to 1000+ people. Now, here's a thought. Imagine if everyone of those people gave just £1.00 per month to the work. It wouldn't be missed but it would make an enormous difference in our ministry. More than that. If all those 1000 people actively pray for the work and even dedicated 1 day in the month to praying specifically for Feed my Lambs....then imagine the impact that would have amongst the boys and girls of Kenya, Uganda and farther a field.
What will you do?
We thank God that 182 Bible have arrived with Joyce in Uganda. We are so thankful for this. Pray for her as she distributes them and pray for the children who will receive them. We long for their salvation and we know that God will surely use His Word in their lives.
Pray for Eunice in our Nairobi office. She is doing an amazing job as she carries out Pastor Aringo's duties as well as her own. She has had a lot to sort out with lessons and centres and although I'm on the other side of the world technology as been at it's best and we have been communicating daily. I have really enjoyed working alongside her and I have felt a part of the daily activity in Kenya. Pray on for her as she keeps things going.
Thank you once more for praying. Maybe you keep up to date here on the blog but you don't receive our prayer letter. Please let us know your email or postal address if you would like to be added to our mailing list. We will be happy to keep you informed.
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