I have finished my official ministry schedule here in Russian until November when I will, once again, return. It has been a tremendous two weeks and THE best trip I have ever taken to minister in this great nation. Siberia is wonderful. Late yesterday I flew from Nyagan to Moscow and spent the night in this city of 20 million. And, of course, held a meeting with some of those I will be ministering to in November to finalize details for that time.
Today I am in several other meetings before heading to the airport, one final meeting at the airport, and then resume my trip home – Moscow – Frankfurt – Toronto – Regina. I am, as always, looking forward to being home. I would appreciate your prayers for the travel – that all flights are safe and that they arrive and depart on time so that all connections (some of them are tight) can be made.
As this is the last daily report for this apostolic trip I want to thank you for your interest in and concern for this ministry and what it is accomplishing in many nations of the world. Without your prayers and financial support our work would not be possible. Everywhere we have gone this time (4 cities) we have heard praise reports of lives changed as a result of having received ministry through us during previous visits to one nation or another. Many have traveled a long way to be ministered to in the past and now that I have been here and in their homes I realize how far they really did travel and how hungry they were to do that type of journey to hear God’s Word taught and maybe receive a prophetic word.
I am looking forward to a few days of rest as the last part of this trip involved a few 3:00a mornings driving back from remote cities in Siberia to where we were living and so I am tired…
Thanks for standing in faith with us. It is greatly appreciated.