Ministry Update 1-24-19

New Spanish Sunday School lessons available

I’m happy to announce that we have had our one-year children’s Sunday School Curriculum translated into Spanish and it is now available on our website for free to all missionaries and churches.

This simple, yet very theologically thought through lesson plan is complete with memory verses, pictures, songs, a first aid guide, and instructions. We have found it extremely useful on the mission field in the Philippines so we wanted to share it with others.

Here’s a picture of one of our teachers using the material in the Philippines

To download this 177 page lesson plan, visit this page on our website. You can also feel free to share this with friends or missionaries who might be able to use it. On the website, it’s also available in English.

Winter Revival for the Unsheltered coming soon

Our winter revival for the Unsheltered will kick off on February 2nd in New Orleans. I hope you will join us in prayer as our team of 33 people will seek to love and help the unsheltered during that time.

Pastor Clemon Chappell from Gary, IN will be our guest preacher for the week and God always blesses his dynamic preaching. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates form the revival.

Facebook Live Fundraiser

Our live fundraiser is getting closer! It will be broadcast on Thursday evening March, 7th from 7-9 pm eastern time. This is our big fundraiser for the year and we are asking all of our friends and supporters to give in a sacrificial way to help us reach our goal of $30,000. That’s a big goal but we serve a great big God!! Be on the lookout for more information.

You can click here to read more about this special fundraiser.

Thank God for the gift!

This precious picture was sent to me by Mrs. Rachel Remada who is one of the pastor’s wives in the Philippines. Her and her husband operate one of our meal centers and they gave gifts to the children during Christmas.

She said that the boy was so happy to receive these new slippers that he didn’t want to put them on because they would get dirty. (He probably has never had a new pair.) But the best part was that the lesson they taught the children that day was about thankfulness. This boy held these slippers tight and prayed, thanking God for the gift!

A thanks to you

As always, thank you for reading our updates and praying for our ministry. God has truly blessed us and we seek to be a blessing in return!