Week two in the country of Kazakhstan has drawn to a close and it has been a fantastic week of watching our heavenly Father bless His children and touch them in special and profound ways. A life-changing touch for many.
Again, we have done several public services and the rest of our time has been devoted to training the leaders of the church in this area. We have taught and prophesied at four services a day all week. We are tired and as good as it has been (and it has been great) we are looking forward to having a day off. Tomorrow (Monday) will hopefully be that day.
We start our travels home Tuesday – and due to the 12 hours time difference (we get to live the same twelve hours twice) we arrive home the same day we leave here. We are on a 2:30 a.m. flight from Karaganda to Astana and then a 5:10 a.m. flight to Frankfurt, Germany. We leave Frankfurt at 9:55 a.m. and arrive in Calgary at 11:50 a.m. (the flight takes a little over 11 hours) and then at 1:15 p.m. I board another plane to Regina. It will be good to be home – always is!
Thank you for your prayers … and we would appreciate your prayers for Bob (travelling to Calgary with me and then on to Saskatoon) and for Dima and Miroslav as they fly back to Kiev and then take buses and trains to arrive home in their respective cities. We will all be tired and so your prayers would be greatly appreciated.
And, if you feel led – we could use your prayers for our next trip in mid-January to Ukraine to work in three different cities and with 4 different churches.