We rejoice that a family, who attend the church for a while, accepted the Lord as their Savior. Please pray for Vasil and Tatiana, to be strengthened in their faith and decision.
On October 7th and 8th, 23 doctors-volunteers came from Kiev in our village and checked people prescribing them medicine for free. 380 people were consulted by the doctors and talked to the spiritual consulters. As a result of this evangelism two people accepted the Lord and other 4 come regularly to church.
I also visited my brother in law’s family, Anatol and Valentina. Duering three years they didn’t want me to tell them about Jesus, or even to have friendly relationships, nevertheless of being relatives.
Please, pray for me, for our church and for the ministers of our church. We are facing hard times now, that’s why pray for me to hear God’s voice and any choice that will be taken, let it be after God’s will. We believe that God is omniscient and will work to build His church spiritually.
Every Thursday we have singing practice with the church choir and on Fridays the men of our church have a time of prayer and Bible study. We pray for the ministry that will be in October when a team of Christian doctors will come in our village to give free assistance to everybody in need as well to tell the people about God.
In March the sisters prepared some food and fed the people at the rehabilitation centre in Malineshti. Everybody thanked us a lot. Also in march I visited 8 members of our church and three friends with whom I talked a lot about God and prayed with them.
We organized an outreach in Rakitna where 308 people attended it. It was a great evangelism and people in the community liked it a lot, but they don’t want to repent. Please, pray for our village and the people living here, as well for the local church in Rakitna. We all need a spiritual awakening.
We announced a prayer and fasting time for 7 days in the church. We will pray for the holiness of our families and of the church and then, three days we will fast and pray for the people in our village who are not saved yet and for the event on February 11th.
I visited the church in Vizhnitsa, where my son Benjamin and his wife Lily live. There I preached at a morning service; but the most wonderful moment there was the dedication of Benjamin and Lily’s first newborn Mathew, and my first grandson.
This month I was ill, I had a cold. I praise God for healing me. My family is getting bigger: in Benjamin’s family a baby boy was born. The most important thing is that everybody is serving the Lord. I may say the words written in 3 John 4- “I have no greater joy than to hear that my childrenare walking in the truth.”