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God Shall Supply All Our Needs

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But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (Phil. 4:19)

Dear Prayer Partners,

We have completed the second trimester mid-term exams and are moving toward the Christmas break at the Baptist College of Missionary Physician Assistants. The Lord has brought us 42 students from all over Liberia and with many different religious backgrounds. We are so thankful for the way the Lord is working in their lives.

Next Sunday we will be traveling to Cooper’s Farm one of our church plants. Students who are capable will be teaching the adult men and women and preaching the morning service. It is encouraging to these small churches to have visitors come and worship with them. Pastor Isaac has been involved there from the beginning in 2016.            

Jeanne and I will be traveling to Monrovia for several days. We have to get a warranty check up on our vehicle and while there I will be doing some ultrasound training at ELWA Hospital that will help out patients at the AFBM Health Center. Jeanne continues discipleship work with young lady named Helena who is facing a battle with diabetes, please pray for them.

Last week some rogues broke in to our pump house and stole our pump and broke apart all the “PVC” pipe. Fortunately, we were able to purchase the exact same pump and with the help of a number of people we lowered the pump into place and thus far it is pumping just fine. Many people were rejoicing because our well supplies the only fresh water for our school, the health center, and for our entire community.

We are so thankful for our Liberian friends that we have made over the years. They pulled together resources and expertise and many hours of hard work and were able to get our water supply back in place. It truly is an example of how God shall supply all our needs according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. We are also so thankful to you, our prayer and financial supporters, for your faithfulness that allows us to minister here in Liberia. 

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