Thank you for your prayers over another week. We are grateful for opportunities to share about the ministry with those who had not heard of us or who knew very little about what we do. We thank God for these new openings.
Continue to pray for Joyce. She was delayed visiting an area of Kenya called Homa Bay due to some sickness with her children. We thank God that they are well again. I visited Homa Bay once with my dad and it was quite a long drive. Pray that Joyce will know safety as she travels.
We appreciate your prayers for Eunice as she works in the office on a part time basis. Pray that the Lord will continue to help her as she marks lessons and carries out other admin work.
Pray on for Joel who is finding his feet well. He is following up on various aspects of the work and getting to know those we work with. He will be representing FML at an event next week and would really value your prayers for this. He will have opportunity to share about our materials and library and we are trusting that those who attend will see the importance of reaching children with the Gospel.
After a busy run of meetings here in Northern Ireland; William and myself have caught our breath a little this past week as we only had to share in one meeting on Wednesday morning. We thank God for His help during that time and in other aspects of the work throughout the week. We continue to value your prayers in the day to day running of the organisation and our individual tasks within in the ministry.
Last night we attended a meeting and heard God's servant share of how he goes on board ships that sail into Northern Ireland and shares the Gospel with the crew. Often these men and women will be from countries where it is difficult to bring the Gospel, yet here they are being brought to our shores. They are hungry for the Gospel. Just another reminder and indeed a challenge of how blessed we are in Northern Ireland and yet how laid back we sometimes are in regards to serving God. Let's not opt for the easy life....let's spend and be spent for God.
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