Before we concluded the semester, we donated old wood to Hope Ministries, which serves mentally disabled people. (I mentioned that we visited the ministry in my last email). Students spent time talking with the disabled people there and served food.
Then we went to a local entertainment center for a fun day at the end of the semester.
It was really a huge blessing to be able to be a part of the conference which was held in the north. It reminded me of so many things regarding the ministry. The boost I experienced from the different Calvary Chapel pastors was so great! We all were encouraged to meet people from different states of the country serving in the ministry under the same umbrella.
When I reached my hometown for our semester break, there were several opportunities for me. I was blessed to preach the Word to multiple small churches and home fellowships. I am praying for more doors to open in different areas.
It is a very happy thing to be able to keep in touch with the students during the semester break. Talking over the phone with them, I get to find out how they are doing in their home villages. Some of the students are preaching, and some of them are involved in worship and home fellowships. It is such a joy to see the fruit of the Word spreading in their villages.
Please continue to pray for the various semester break ministries my students and I are involved in. I am going to send some of the students’ ministry pictures in my next newsletter.
Thank you all for your time and prayers.
God bless you,