July 2, 2012

Please Pray - Sports Camp and Presidential Election

Dear praying friends,

First, thank you for your prayer over the past month for our leadership training course. It’s going great, and we have a class that is eager to apply everything that they are learning! Please continue to pray for each student that they receive not only good teaching, but also a clarity of call from God as He shapes them into the leaders He desires them to be.

Second, this month, please be praying for our annual Sports Camp outreach. For the past few years, we’ve done the outreach in a lower-income neighborhood park. This year we are expecting up to 120 kids ages 5 to 10 for a week of games, crafts, and outreach. Pray that God uses the event to reach new families for Him. And pray for the Jubilee church here in Pachuca and this year’s partner church, Community Christian. Ask God to give us a fruitful outreach that glorifies His name!

Finally, Mexico held it’s presidential election yesterday. Please be praying for the country and for peace as the votes are counted. We’ll have the final tally sometime on Wednesday. Regardless of who is the winning candidate, please pray that all in Mexico may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.” (1 Tim 2:2)

I know that I write it often, but I want to again offer my sincere thanks for your faithful prayers for us and for the ministry that God is doing in this growing city.

Un abrazo fuerte, Luke

PS — the photo shows our sister church, New Hope, at their anniversary. That Sunday there were more than 1000 in attendance between the three Pachuca Project churches, New Hope, Jubilee, and New Life.

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