We trust you have had a good beginning to the New Year. We in Feed My Lambs are looking forward to lots of new opportunties to minister both here in Northern Ireland and also in Africa. Looking back over 2011 we realise we had a very exciting year with many open doors....I hope we will be able to say the same at the end of this year.
Please pray for Pastor Aringo as he reopens the office in Nairobi and gets lessons prepared for sending to different areas. Pray for the entire team, that they will know God's blessing.
Pray for a meeting which is planned for tomorrow in relation to a new place for our office. We are trusting God that this will go ahead as planned with no obstacles. Hopefully we will have some more definite news for you soon.
We enjoyed sharing at a meeting on Wednesday night and showing the presentation from our recent trip for the first time. We trust that all who listened were encouraged to hear what God has been doing and challenged to pray for the ministry in the days to come.
The market here in Portadown reopened on Friday and yesterday following the Christmas/New Year break. We were encouraged with sales on both days in what is normally a very quiet month.
This week we hope to start preparing a new prayer letter which we know you will be excited to read as it will share lots of news from our recent trip. If you are not already on our mailing list you can request to be added by emailing me at email@example.com and you can then receive the news by email or post.
Please do continue to pray for the country of Kenya as a whole as it remains on security alert because of threats of a terriost attack. We realise this was the case before we went there, but some media coverage over the past few days seems to have brought it more to the attention of people here in the UK.
We thank God for people around the world who are praying for us. Click on the flag counter at the bottom of our home page to see some of the countries who have visited this site.
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