Time is passing so quickly. William and I are were married 3 months at the weekend. We are enjoying married life and serving God together.
In Feed my Lambs we are planning ahead and looking well into 2015 with a number of meetings booked and different projects in our minds. We value your prayers for the coming months.
Last Wednesday we enjoyed sharing at a ladies' meeting and were very encouraged with the interest shown. There was a promise of some materials for our library in Kenya, some ladies offered to knit some items to send out to Africa and others showed interest in providing Bibles for the children who complete our lessons. Pray that God will continue to work in hearts and keep the interest alive.
Over the course of the next week, William and I will speak at a house meeting and also a ladies' meeting. Because of the nature of the meetings and when we last visited each of them, we will require two new powerpoint presentations to be put together this week and each of us will have to prepare a short message. Please remember us as we prepare.
The "to do" list in the office is quite long this week and we value your prayers for these everyday tasks. Remember William as he continues with his Bible College course.
Please pray for Joyce and the work in Uganda. I have been trying to call her over a number of days and the network has not been good. Hopefully I will be able to speak to her tomorrow.
Remember our students as they finish off their assignments. Pray that they will not run out of steam at the last hurdle!
We are hopeful that new opportunities may be opening up here in Northern Ireland and also concerning new materials. We hope we can update you in more detail as time goes on, but for now we appreciate your prayers for open doors.
Our office in Nairobi now has a new worker called Eunice. She had dealings with her during our recent trip and we appreciate her work very much. Please remember her. Also Pastor Aringo, Moses and others who serve God in the work.
This Wednesday we will have another clothes collection here in Northern Ireland. This is a great way for prayer partners to dispose of things they no longer need and Feed my Lambs is paid cash in return. Please consider helping in this way if you can and do not hesitate to contact us for more details.
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