End of Our Second Week

We have been “on the road” ministering now for two solid weeks. Yesterday’s slower pace has helped but today we are back in the saddle and riding hard. We are at The Salt of the World Church in Moscow city. This is our third visit to this congregation and tonight will be our fourth meeting with the leaders. We did a leaders meeting once on a overnight stop here waiting for a flight out the next morning. I feel at home here.

The pastor of the Church is Alexander who is an apostle and whose life was totally changed two years ago when I prophesied over him about his calling and his future in the Kingdom. Totally changed everything. He has since, along with two other leaders we prophesied over in a similar manner and who have similar callings, begun moving their Network of 107 churches into the future and instilling an apostolic-prophetic DNA aspect into their life together. Please pray for Alexander, Vladimir, and Sergei – three wonderful men of God, all apostles, and the three leaders of this union here in Russia. I have worked with al lthree in their local situations while here as well as in a training school for their leaders.

Today we are ministering to the saints in the morning service – three hours in length. I will be preaching and prophesying. Then a lunch with the leadership team (about 20 people) followed by a lengthy meeting with the leaders where they will ask questions, I will teach as guided and directed by the Holy Spirit, and we will again prophesy. A full day but not yet finished. After the metings we return to where we are staying and are picked up by the next pastor to host us and driven the 100 km or so to his church in another city where we begin teaching Monday morning for three days.

As always, your prayers are greatly appreciated. I could use your prayers for continued strength as I am growing a little weary as the past two weeks have been frantic. And, please begin to pray for good weather Thursday as I fly home that day. Many thanks.

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