A Jeep for Africa sent with love
During July Gareth and Sandra had the privilege of sharing life with the family of God in Exminster, what an amazing time it proved to be! Arriving in Exminster with one car on Saturday they left on Sunday in utter amazement with two vehicles, the one they arrived in and a 9 seater long-wheel base Land Rover that had been given for the work in Africa.
Let me unpack this story a little and go back in time to the earlier part of this year in Africa.
Dear Friends, dear partners in missions!
Weeks full of action lie behind us. Winter, welcome – yet challenging, too, for a brief time, has quickly become past. Manuela, my sister, with family spent the new year here under the motive: get experience – get involved. It was a heartfelt time. So our dining table keeps changing language – since just two weeks later it switched to British English with George Jarvis and a couple of retired teachers from Keighly. And shortly after it was Hindi with Renuka’s mother occupying our guest room. We are all fine, by God’s grace, and thanks to all your prayers.
The challenge of missions has been highlighted afresh, especially for our Indian workers: sacrifice, dangers, new fields, new language and culture, away from home – which is all contained in God’s call for his work. Who is ready to got? The Lord rewards, in his own time – the fruit of our labour, ie. transformed people, counting as our satisfaction. The kids’ camp as well as youth camp alongside (for kids of workers mainly) marked another milestone for us. Bible students gave their best for these camps, just before their graduation and sending into the harvest field of the Lord.
During November 2010, we had the privilege of Jerame and Miranda Nelson coming amongst us. They stirred us to reach for more in the supernatural realm and ministered to many people seeing healing and deliverance.
Lenice Boughton - recently came to the Lord & has experienced progressive healing in her lungs since, she was diagnosed with acute emphysema a few years ago.
Jerame prayed for her lungs & they continue to improve significantly. Her oxygen levels have become normal & she is able to walk & exercise for lengthy periods of time. Before her salvation, this was impossible.
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- Greeting from Mark McElwee San Diego
- Focus Report 2010
- Vintage Church - God’s call to plant a new church in Westside L.A.
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- A snapshot of Band of Believers, Exminster, Devon
- Rays of Joy Ministries - Prayer Letter 10
- Reports on M powered