Last day In Kyrgyzstan

This is my last day in the nation of Kyrgyzstan and thus the close of my first visit to this great nation. Again the day involves meetings and meals with leaders and with team members and then a public service held in the local church’s facilities. There will be a hundred or more in attendance and we are believing for miracles, signs and wonders to follow the preaching of His Word. I have not decided yet who will be ministering the Word.

Tomorrow morning we start a 4 hour car ride – weather permitting – into the nation of Kazakhstan ending up in the city of Almaty. I will be there from Thursday through to the following Wednesday night…7 days of ministry. This is my 6th or 7th visit to this nation and it will be good to see old friends again and to make new ones. I will be leading a three day leaders school at the end of my stay – the first few days will be individual services in the daytime and evenings in local church and rehab centres in and around Almaty. There are two or three new ministries that have opened their doors to my ministry this time around. It will be good to have the opportunity to influence several new groups of God’s people.

Please pray for today’s meetings, tonight’s service, the travel we will do tomorrow and the first evening service in Kazakhstan I will minister in on Thursday evening. I appreciate your interest in this apostolic trip and thank you for praying and supporting the work of the Lord here in Central Asia.

End note: I have the opportunity to attend the Central Asia Consultation being held in March, 2013. This consultation is by invitation only and I have again been invited. Last year I was unable to attend due to lack of finances. I am hoping to attend this coming consultation to connect with hundreds of pastors and leaders from countries in Central Asia as they come together to pray and study and to hear about the condition of the Church in this region of the world and the efforts being made to evangelize the lost. If you feel led to support this trip financially you can do so by going to the main web page of the ministry and donate through the Pay Pal link there. Your prayers regarding this consultation would also be appreciated.

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