No Personal Time

Today I am ministering in the city of Moscow at a wonderful church. This is my fifth or sixth visit to this local church and God is truly turning this local assembly into an apostolic-prophetic lighthouse that will change this city of 20+ million people.

I am ministering in three churches in Moscow – this one which is a part of a network of 107 churches and growing; a ethnic church which ministers to Armenians who live here (estimated to be 1 million in number) and this church is part of a network of 17. Also, I am ministering in a church plant that I am involved in as an apostle which is ministering to young people and those who find traditional Christianity to be unfulfilling.

As well, I have just finished ministering in the cities of Tula and next weekend will be heading to the city of Mytishchi. It is a full 14 days of ministry with little time to reflect. As well, I live with members of my team and often in the homes of the pastors or one of their people so there is little to no personal space or alone time. At night when all the official events are over – your hosts will feed you a late meal and, of course, want to ask questions and have you minister to them. So, really I am never “off duty.”

However, because this is God’s will for my life He supplies sufficient grace and patience for me to accomplish all that is involved – even the unplanned events and activities. Your continued prayer support is greatly appreciated.

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