Tuesday, November 13, 2018

November 6, 2018 On our way again.

We have a team leaving for Haiti this coming Thursday, November 8th. We would love it if you would lift them up in prayer. They will be flying out in the evening.

One of the things the team will be doing is traveling to Bout Nat, our newest village and ministering to the people in the community. There has been approximately 40 salvation's since the crusade, bringing the total to over 100. We have set up a temporary structure for church in Bout Nat and there have been about 100 people coming to church. During the week we have started a simple outreach to the children in the community. Joel, one of our leaders from Pass Rein has felt called to Bout Nat and has started a new believer’s class on Wednesday evenings.

Joel has been a blessing and a great addition to our ministry.  He was among the first new believers in Pass Rein 6 years ago. He has been faithful ever since. He regularly attends the pastor's conferences, he goes to bible school and he helps out at every crusade. He is a great worship leader and has a huge heart for new believers, which is what has drawn him to Bout Nat. He married a very Godly Christian women from a nearby village, about 4 years ago. They have desired children since they were first married and are thrilled to be expecting their first child this January. Please keep Joel and his growing family in your prayers along with the community of Bout Nat.

The team will also be visiting some of our churches and schools in other communities. They will spend time at our Children's Village with the children. And they will also stay at our boys transitional house, interacting with the older boys.

On the 15th and 16th of November, Mike and Nathan will be holding another pastor's conference. We would appreciate prayer for open hearts and understanding as Nathan and Mike impart training and vision to our pastors and leaders.

This Sunday November 11th is Orphan Sunday, please remember to lift the orphans up in prayer and reach out to them and be the hands and feet of Jesus. 


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