Monday, August 16, 2010

Hungry People

Today was our first day of teaching and it went very well. We are so excited about the hunger in this class. It was fun to teach them because they were literally pulling it out of us. Wayne taught on the Purpose of Marriage and Sherry taught on 10 Principles for a Strong Marriage. As we prayed earlier today we felt impressed by the Holy Spirit to offer elective workshops in the afternoons when they had free time scheduled. We thought perhaps a few would want meet, so we made up 6 different workshop titles and said that if 6 people signed up for any of them we would teach them. Well they got out of their seats and ran to the table and before we knew it all of the spots were filled and they wanted to know if we could also offer something for the singles in the group. So they have chosen to give up their free time to be taught. We are humbled and excited to see what God is going to do with this group of people. Keep up the prayers please. You are all a very vital part of this ministry and prayer coverage is the reason we are being so effective. We love you all, Wayne and Sherry

1 comment:

Lisa said...

What an exciting report! We continue to pray for the Word to bear much fruit in the lives the people there and for God's blessing and protection for you and Pastor Wayne.

Thanks for all your wonderful posts. It's so nice to know how things are going day-to-day.

We returned home from vacation just a little while ago. We had a wonderful time at the Creation Museum and the Newport Aquarium. We also had a very nice visit with my sister and her family.

On our way home today we had our rear right tire blow on the Yukon on the freeway as we were driving 70 mph. We are praising God for His protection as we count all the things that could have happened to put us in danger that did not happen. His hand of protection was definily on us!!

It's good to be home. :)

Love you both,
Love, Lisa

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