There Is No Place Like Home, In Tanzania...

Greetings Fellow Servants,

I am so thankful for each of you who pray and support God’s work here in Tanzania. We are so blessed by you to be able to be a part of this amazing work of God. Your friendship in the Gospel means so much to Stephanie, Granny and me. Thank you for caring and supporting us in what we have come to know as our life and work. 

It is good to be home once again. After six weeks of travel and separation from Stephanie, Granny and the work, I was so very happy to be home again. A very special thank you to everyone who prayed, supported and made my trip possible. I was blessed to present the work to several congregations, speak on the topic of missions at Polishing the Pulpit and attend the Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver’s Extension program’s retreat, where I was able to report on the work in TZ and hear reports from schools around the world. It does the heart good to hear of the good being done across America and throughout the whole world. 

The good news of souls being added to the church is always refreshing and warms the soul. From some of the graduates of the Andrew Connally School of Preaching...

David Bayi: “We are doing well and continuing with the work of evangelism. We thank God because the work in Kioga is going well. We had a good number last week, restoring three backsliders, also we have two baptism in our congregation, pray for them.”

Maurice Gasper: “Hello brother, I hope you are ok. We are doing good here at Njiro Chini (new church plant this year in Arusha) this month. We had two baptisms, Baraka and Happy. Other wise we are going on well.

Ahimidiwe Kimaro: “The East African Gospel Meeting (EAGM) went very well here at Kisongo. Thus far, seven souls have been added to the church by our Lord, they all remain faithful in worship. The continuing Bible studies are almost wearing us out. May our God give us the strength to finish the work.” 

William Rodrick: “Two souls have obeyed the gospel, thanks be to God.”

Yes, it does the heart good to hear of the good being done by God, by faithful men, equipped in the ministry through the ACSOP, supported by all her supporters. It thrills the soul to see a work that is working, the church growing in the faith of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thank God and thank you for the countless souls who have an opportunity to hear and obey!

Please remember Neil Richey and his team as they come our way next week. Neil will be teaching a short-course, while his team will help with the follow-up from the EAGM. 

Till all have heard...

In Him, 
Cy, Stephanie & Granny

Posted on September 7, 2014 .