MIKE AND BEVERLY CREIGLOW—PRAISE GOD for a successful Christmas Musical! PRAISE GOD for those who were saved through this ministry and PRAY for them as they are disciple. PRAY for Beverly as she deals with some new health challenges.
JOHN MARK AND JUDY HATCHER—PRAISE GOD for how God is continuing to work in the life of Joachim & family! PRAY that the mobility they face will be used to spread the Gospel and make disciples elsewhere. PRAISE GOD for the progress in ministry they were able to see in 2015.
JUD AND RAQUEL HATCHER—PRAISE GOD for reminders of truth from children, a successful first semester at Liberty, time with family, and Mom’s good cooking! PRAY as they raise additional support to plant churches in São Paulo in July. PRAY also that the Lord would be preparing the hearts of those in São Paulo to receive the Gospel.
NATHAN AND CARRIE RADFORD—PRAISE GOD for the opportunity to give Christmas bags to the prisoners! PRAY that more prisoners would come to their Bible Studies. PRAY for the new American families who are to be coming to Kitale.
ROGER AND JULIE TATE—PRAY for Roger and Julie as they continue to minister in Kenya, for patience in all the challenges they face and for safety. PRAISE GOD for protecting all of them in their recent attack!
BOBBY AND CHARLENE WACASER—PRAISE GOD for a productive month! PRAY for the Projeto Vida teams as they take a brief break and prepare to go out again. PRAY for Bro. Bobby’s father and his family as they care for him.
Have you ever wondered what happens with the money given to the General Fund or why you should give to it? We encourage you to flip through this stunning new brochure that will tell you what services your General Fund offerings provide.
Nathan & Carrie Radford
Roger & Julie Tate
Kenya is located in East Africa and gained independence in 1963.
Although Kenya is the regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa, poor
economic practices have limited Kenya's growth. The Kenyan people tend to
depend on the missionary and western funds very heavily. Of the 43 million
people who live in Kenya, 45% claim to be Protestant (mainly a works-based
salvation), 33% are Roman Catholic, 10% are Muslim, and 10% indigenous beliefs.
The official language is Swahili and $1.00 US = 84.15 Kenyan shillings.
Akawaambia, ``Nendeni ulimwenguni kote, mkawahubirie watu
wote Habari Njema.Marko 16:15