Lucinda is back in E. Timor with lots of challenges on her plate. After 6 months away many things and situations have changed so she will need flexibility to face them. She’s also alone so please pray for her and her relationship with the people and Moises and Josi, two lovely Brazilian Christians who have […]
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As this is our final prayer letter as APWM workers to Japan, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude to all of you who prayed and given in so many different ways to partner with us in reaching the Japanese. God has blessed us so richly over these past five years…
Dear praying friends, Needed – The patience of Job Warm greetings from Bushenyi in Western Uganda. I moved here Tuesday from Ibanda, 2 hrs north, after spending two weeks with the ‘Church of Uganda’ (Anglican) Diocese of NW Ankole. The main work I had come for, teaching pastors, was a disappointing time. We had agreed […]
May I first extend my deepest gratitude to all those who have supported the work of IRFA with sacrificial service. The IRFA Council who have had to make strategic decisions in the changing world of Cross-Cultural Missions. As a Presbyterial and Reformed Missionary Body, the distinctive nature of our contribution to World Missions is important, […]
ight now I’m battling to get my head around some tricky parts of Romans, as I prepare Swahili notes for teaching Presbyterian theological students near Dar es Salaam – Tuesday-Friday in the first week in May. Thank you for praying for the last time I spent there. We had a ball!