Greetings Fellow Workers,
We continue in prayer on your behalf, trusting the Lord is blessing you as you bless the lives of others. We thank you for your prayers on our behalf. God is answering in a grand way.
Today was a special day in the fact we were blessed with the opportunity to worship with our brother and sisters in Christ at Moshi. Adam Miller taught a powerful lesson from the book of Titus and Scott Baggett preached a lesson that drew our attention to the love of God, the great sacrifice of Christ and our need for salvation found only in Christ.
Adam and Scott worked with our brother Charles Heberth at Kwa Mrombo Friday and Saturday. One soul was restored and another added to the Church by our Lord. We are blessed beyond measure by such men who come and partner with us in the “seeking and saving of the lost.” Adam and Scott will work with Josephat and others in Moshi this week. Please remember them and their efforts in your daily prayers this week.
I received a short note from our brother Gasper today sharing the good news of one soul being added to the Kingdom at the new church plant at Kamba ya Chui. God continues to give the increase as His faithful servants continue to serve Him. We are indeed grateful for the privilege we are so richly blessed with, being able to work with such godly men.
One such man is David Bayi, the evangelist working with the Kioga congregation. When David was a student at the Andrew Connally School of Preaching the need for a new church plant was presented to the class. He volunteered to walk up Mt. Meru three miles every Sunday and Wednesday was in school and continues today. This congregation began meeting in a small 6 X 8 foot goat shed and today is a congregation of over 100 souls. Yes, with God all things are possible.
Please remember David in your prayers, he is battling malaria and typhoid and is very ill.
We also ask that you remember Caitlin Middleton in your prayers as she begins her journey home tomorrow after a three month stay here in TZ. She was very active, doing much good while here. Several have obeyed the Gospel through her teachings and many more have been touched by her efforts. We say thank you to her parents for “a job well done.” May our Lord bless His Church with many more young people like our sister Caitlin, a “doer of the Word.”
In closing, please remember Stephanie, Granny and I as we travel to Nairobi to take Caitlin to the airport, and for me to meet with 18 evangelist from the Nairobi area. My purpose will be to meet and get to know these fellow workers and to share with them the good being done at the ACSOP. As we continue in our recruiting of faithful men, training them in the Word, and sending them out to be God’s instruments for the good, so that East Africa and the world, have hope!
In Him, Cy, Stephanie, Granny & Caitlin