Dear Bro. Daniel,
The team has just returned from the Philippines where we finished the third church of the trip, on the island of Bohol. The pastor there is Bro. Joe Cutin. Before we arrived, they had been having a lot of rain which flooded the rivers and turned the roads to 10 inch deep mud. No one wanted to take 11 guys and their tools through about a quarter a mile of mud plus another 5 miles of rutted roads and get stuck. Once again the Lord provided a different hardware store with a large dump truck to deliver all the materials and said that we could ride on top of the materials into the church site. We asked him about transporting us from where we were staying to the church and back out at the end of the day. He said for thirty dollars a day he would do it. The sun came out and this site had the best dirt to dig in, the lightest wood (one brother could lift a truss), and we still got to mix concrete volcanoes. At each church site the local believers jumped in and it was such a joy to work side by side with our brothers and sisters. At each church God also gave us new converts and we baptized 15 people on this trip with another 9 to be baptized by those following our trip.
Dear Brother Daniel,
Our recent trip to Uganda ended on February 16th with a baptismal service that saw 20 souls come to know our Lord and Savior. One woman was washing clothes on the bank of the river where we were baptizing; she came under conviction and was baptized. In all we visited 7 churches and ministered 15 services, “the Lord working with them confirming His Word with signs following”. We received many testimonies of healings following the services.
Having just returned from our recent missionary trip to Lima Peru I want to thank all the people who prayed for the success of the meetings and for our trip. We had a wonderful time in the services and the fellowship with the brothers and sisters. There were many people who had come from the mountains and jungle to meet with us for the first time. We shared with them the Word of God and missionary vision for the work in Peru. As always the people wanted us to come to their churches, which was not possible at this time. We told them that we are working with some of the brothers in Peru for the missionary work, and perhaps they would be able to come to their churches. The work for this country is considerable; workers seem to be few. We would appreciate your continued prayers for the work in Peru.
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