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Report Date: November 16, 2009

November 2009 Update


Greetings in the Lord’s name, our soon coming King the Lord Jesus Christ. Our ups and down are just for a moment soon we shall be with the Lord. While we wait for our great day to be reviewed we are called to be faithful to Him who gave his life for us. Frances Ridley Havergal had to put in this way “Take my life, and let it be consecrated, Lord, to Thee; Take my moments and my days, Let them flow in ceaseless praise”.

 

September

In September we saw our daughter Shula graduating from the University of Pretoria. Shula was healed by prayers in 1998 from epilepsy.  Studying was becoming almost impossible for her but we trusted Him who has promised, she was prayed for and the Lord touched her, our God is a wonder working God. We rejoice as a family as we see her graduating and her love for the Lord.  You can join us to thank Him who is faithful in everything. The Emmaus Bible correspondence in prisons is getting established, visiting the female prison was challenging. We have found a good number of babies who are born while the mother is serving a sentence in prison. The children are born behind bars. Pray for Christmas gifts for the children behind bars with their mothers.

 

October

In October we were blessed by a visit from a missionary from New Zealand who took a seminar for the leaders of house churches, it was all about the local assembly to stand up and lead the community to Christ. While Richard Du Toit from Johannesburg, South Africa spent four days with us helping the Assembly to establish self sustaining projects. The last weekend of October was for the young people and an invitation was given to the youth of the community. Singing, drama and of course the message of the cross were on the menu. The package was good and well presented and as a result we have begun to see new young people in our meetings.

 

November

On 3rd November Grace had an operation on her left hand (carpal tunnel release), she due to return to RSA on 13th November to remove the stitches.

 

Praise & Thanksgiving 

• Prison ministry & Emmaus Bible Correspondence courses
• The house churches seminar has began to bear fruit
• The individual young people getting involved to tell others about the Lord Jesus
• Shula's graduation
• Grace's safe operation and God’s providence
• English teacher has been with us for a month 

 

Prayer Points 

• Pray for sponsorship of Portuguese Bibles and local language Bibles
• Pray for Christmas gifts for orphans and children in prison
• Pray for our assembly that every believer should witness for Christ every day
• Pray for 20 volunteers and 10 cooks who will be involved with 200 orphans for a five day holiday club in December.

 

Thank you for your partnership in this great work the Lord has commissioned us; you have been a blessing to us.

Yours in Christ,
Patrick and Grace Mulenga.