Five important prayer requests

Five Important prayer requests:

  1. We had an appointment yesterday at 2PM (8AM EST) in Rome for an important document for our legal status.  Pray that the Perugia officials will accept it. We have spent so much time and resources on this!
  2. My mother has a severe infection on her foot. Pray for wisdom and healing.
  3. As always, please pray for my message! Colossians 4:7-11.
  4. With a little over a month left before our departure we are FAR from ready.
    1. We need Italian Passports.
    2. Completion of the Furlough presentation and sermon.
    3. Wrapping things up here at church and at home.
    4. Packing
    5. Health
  5. Tonight at 7:30 PM (1:30 PM EST) we will meet for our first prayer meeting with Paolo and Beatrice regarding God’s will for a new church plant.  Will you join us in prayer at that time?

Will you join us in prayer at 1:30 pm?
Would you join us every week at that time?
Here are the requests for the prayer meetings:

  1. That God would allow us to train and establish Italian non-missionary pastors.
  2. That God would allow us as a church to determine the location and send workers to the next church plant.
  3. That God would make clear to us HOW he wants us to be involved in training leaders and reaching other cities.
  4. That God would equip us more and more to do His will.
  5. That God would reach all 92 towns in our region (Umbria) with the Gospel.

Thank you for praying!

Saying goodbye

Goodbye!After hundreds of miles of blessings and smiles, the time has come for us to say our goodbyes.

Tuesday morning we fly back to Italy.

Thank you to all who have made this furlough extra special by your hospitality, your prayers, your encouragement and your gifts.

I’m sorry that we weren’t able to see everyone, but we look forward to seeing many more of you next summer, when we plan on completing the second half of our furlough.

In the meantime, please pray for us. Many challenges lie ahead, but also many opportunities to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Keep in touch!