Dear Pastors, Donors & Prayer Partners: Greetings in the Name of Jesus.
Enter into his gates with thanksgiving,
into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him,
bless his name. For theLord
good; his mercy
everlasting; and his truth
to all generations. Psalm 100:4,
We have much to praise the Lord for regarding the African field.Z
: The two graduating couples, who felt the call to go to Zambia, arrived safely and are conducting meetings withan average of 300 – 400 people on Sundays. They are planning a large baptism service at the beginning of April2012, around the Passover weekend. At present they are busy winning souls and have started a Discipleshipprogram. Feb – April (3 months). We are supporting these brethren with finances we receive from our donorsstateside
RAY FOR THIS
:Between the years 2009, 2010 and part of 2011, there were 12 new churches planted; These are now fullycompleted, dedicated and busy winning souls; People are baptized, new converts are being discipled who feelcalled to study the Word and act on it by becoming soul winners themselves.
RAY FOR STRENGTH ANDWISDOM FOR THESE CONGREGATION LEADERS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE OUTREACHES
:It is with great excitement and a humble spirit that we report on the following: (About 7 years ago), Six of ourIndigenous Pastors who have been serving faithfully in their churches for 15 – 20 years, had resigned theirchurches to become full time Chaplains in prison ministries, reaching out to male convicts. They still ministeron Sunday mornings at different churches in the towns and rural areas, encouraging young men and women toaccept Christ as their Savior, with all their heart and not be led astray by friends, family, or the world. EveryThursday these prisons have given an open invitation to the High School children, to visit, to talk and to praywith the prisoners … These Prison Chaplains, together with local Pastors oversee this ministry and many, many,many children are touched by the conditions that prevail in those prisons... (Tears come to our eyes when weremember how these Senior Indigenous Pastors were young people themselves, wandering aimlessly, withouthope, without God, without Eternal Life … and their commitment to Christ, to the Discipleship Program, theCall of God on their lives, through Bible College, … the faithfulness of the longevity of their ministry, hasbrought forth success and blessings they are now receiving, to see multitudes of people of all ages coming toknow Christ as their Personal Savior). This gives Anita and I great joy !Enter into his gates with thanksgiving,
into his courts with praise:F
:(Part time) Female Chaplains are reaching female prisoners, they minister to women, who are receiving theSavior and witnessing their sins being removed as far as the East is from the West, through the Blood of JesusChrist… In the past seven years they have been active, a number of the women who have attended thediscipleship program on How To Lead A Soul To Christ … now these women are assisting the Senior Part TimeFemale Chaplains, to reach those in need, those who are hungry, destitute, and naked, (spiritually speaking).Please Note : These Female Chaplains are the wives of the Senior Pastors who stepped out by faith with theirhusbands to reach deep into the pits of hell to win the lost for our Savior. Amen.be thankful unto him,
bless his name.
Christ For Africa Mission
– A Day to Remember