We have a full day ahead – meetings with pastors (2 meetings) and then meeting with a pastor I met in Turkey who ministers here in Almaty. He will be bringing his team at 3:00p. I am sure they will be looking for prophetic ministry. We will, of course, prophesy over them in spite of this being our last day here and that we are tired. This team is then taking us to supper. Hopefully we will have time afterwards to finish packing. We head to the airport at 11;30p and begin the flights home… Almaty to Astana, then Astana to frankfurt, Germany, then Frankfurt to Calgary, and then Calgary home. If all goes as scheduled I will spend 35+ hours in transit and be home on Wednesday evening local time.
I want to thank everyone who has been praying for this trip. It has been a seriously busy time here in Kazakhstan – one of the busiest I can remember. I have made a number of new contacts which will increase the opportunities for future ministry here. The next two trips are already being planned and I am excited about all that has happened and the foundations that these past trips have laid and what can now be built upon this foundation. Your prayer have ben an important part of this trip. Thanks for being so faithful.
A closing note – the service for the Gypsies last night was a great experience. I shared my testimony (a small part of it) and then we prophesied over a number of young people. Amazing words from the Lord for them. This church is only 5 weeks old and already they are seeing 25 to 50 in attendance each week. Hopefully we will have opportunity to minister with them again. And can they ever worship… (picture is from that service – before the service started.)