April 15, 2009
Please Pray - Church Retreat and more
Thanks for keeping us in your prayers and thoughts. I usually try to avoid bulleted lists of prayer requests, but this month there’s a lot to pray for, so here we go:
- Church retreat - At the end of April, Jubilee church will have an all-church family retreat. This is the first time we’ve ever done anything like this. Please pray that the marriages and families in our church would be strengthened!
- Jubilee has been growing, and the leadership has decided that it would be best to move to two services. This will be a big transition for the congregation. Please pray for cooperation and excitement from everyone. Please pray that the transition goes well and that the church continues to impact its community and grow.
- Our health - some of you know that our family has been dealing with a lot of sickness over the past few months. This month Bella was even in the hospital overnight to rehydrate her after she was throwing up for several days. Thankfully, we are all healthy now, but our some of our teammates are still dealing with this stomach bug. Please pray for good health and renewed energy for the whole team.
- My parents will be visiting us next week. Pray for their safety and that they would gain a great perspective on the ministry here. Also, join us in thanking God that they get to visit!
- Finally, please pray for a new church plant will be beginning here in Pachuca in May. This makes the third church plant that our association of missionaries has planted in Pachuca. Pray for a good start, for unity among the three congregations (New Hope, Jubilee, and now New Life), and that God’s good news would continue to make inroads into this community of 1.5 million people!
–Luke, Lindsay, Bella, and Olivia
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Pray for us - Swine Flu
Dear faithful prayer-warriors, friends, and family, Several have written or called about the situation in Mexico in relation to the Swine Flu