Our team have been busy this week and we thank God for technology which allows us to communicate easily with them and keep up to date with what they are doing.
Joyce has been continuing to mark lessons, attend to visitors and to make plans for trips to Nakuru in Kenya and also Nyanza province later in the month. Both of these are to visit Churches and Schools who use our lessons. We thank God for provision which has made these trips possible. We pray that those in the areas will be encouraged.
Pastor Samuel has been assisting us with some plans for the coming months and we appreciate deeply his help.
Eunice is attending college so is working reduced hours in our Nairobi office. Pray for her as she finalises numbers for Bible distribution. This is very important.
Joel has been adjusting so well and we are encouraged with the great help he has been to work in these early days. Please continue to pray for his family.
William braved a ladies' meeting on Tuesday evening and shared a powerpoint presentation of the work. We thank God for the interest shown. On Wednesday evening he attended a committee meeting for the mission hall we attend and last night he was leading a meeting. It has been a busy week.
For myself, I also enjoyed the ladies meeting and thank God for helping me as I shared. The end of the month brings lots of figures and accounts for me to sort in the office and am thankful for keeping on top of this. My week has involved working alongside those in Africa planning events and activities for the coming months.
We have a number of meetings booked for the month of February and we are thankful for each opportunity. This incoming weekend, Feed my Lambs will be represented at a local missionary convention. Pray that there will be good opportunities to share of the work as people visit our stand. Pray that people will be burdened to sign up for our prayer news. Pray also for the other mission agencies who will be represented, especially those who will speak in the meetings.
We thank God for all He is doing in these days and thank you for your continued support.
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