My family and I enjoyed a tremendous Christmas Season. We pray that you and your ministries enjoyed a fruitful and Christ-centered Christmas. Thank you for all the cards, gifts, and special offerings for Christmas! The generosity and love of God’s people humbles us.
Our theme throughout the Christmas Season was “Keep Christ in Christmas.” We preached each week on this theme, and God blessed. Many in the church and our family have battled various illnesses, so our attendances were down in December, but the spirit of the church has never been better! God is working in the hearts of His people!
As we prayerfully serve the people God allows our paths to cross, it is incredible to see how God is working in their lives. Several children have started coming over the past couple of months with their grandmother. We met this family a couple of years ago while out soul winning, and they came for an Easter service almost two years ago. Contact continued, and the grandmother suddenly came to church in November and began bringing her grandchildren. The children had so many questions and knew some about the Bible, but they have been given, like many children today, a lot of misinformation about Jesus. Their Sunday school teachers did a fantastic job answering their questions graciously and patiently. After Sunday school just before Christmas, two of the children got saved! The change in their lives is obvious! Pray for their father and younger brother to get saved.
We have a new UK address. Our landlord decided he wanted to move back into the house we were renting, but the Lord opened up another home in the same neighborhood.
21 Laverick Grove
We are honored and humbled by your love and faithfulness to our family and ministry. As we begin 2019, our heart’s prayer is to see more souls saved, more baptized, more discipled, and more labourers with Christ. “Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly isplenteous, but the labourers arefew; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.” (Matthew 9:37-38)