Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Prayer Request from El Salvador

Emergency Prayer Request
From Scotty Slaydon (FMD): Please pray for Cathy Killoren, missionary to El Salvador.
Cathy has been in and out of the hospital for the past month and was recovering well. However, her health has taken a turn for the worse and she is being hospitalized again today. Her kidneys have not functioned for the past 16 hours and the doctors have stated that this situation is almost a “red alert” for Cathy’s health.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

This just in - God is doing great things for our partners!

From Anne Nowacki (France):
We praise the Lord for a wonderful and a powerful European Youth Convention in Melun, France which was greatly blessed of God. Over 1,100 came to celebrate and worship Jesus and at least 12 received the Holy Ghost. Our special guests were Brother and Sister Mark Johnston from Newark, Delaware who preached the Word of God with great anointing encouraging, inspiring and challenging the European youth to be soul winners and revivalists. Scott and Liane Grant, metro missionaries to Montreal, blessed the convention with their singing in French. The highlight of the convention was the passing of the mantle service as we cast vision and commissioned about a hundred young people for evangelism.

From Kathy Crossley (South America):
We want to thank you for your prayers for the National Ladies' Conference in Argentina. 170 were filled with the Holy Ghost. We asked prayer for a threatened transport was CANCELLED. We asked for good stormed the day before but God gave us dry weather during the conference. We asked for His anointing and it was PRESENT! Everyone who traveled within the country and visitors from neighboring countries had safe travel. We praise God for honoring our prayers and for the tremendous move of God that was felt throughout the sessions. Sisters Nancy Grandquist and Gywn Oakes God were mightily used by God to minister to the ladies.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

We partner with Gary and Sharon Abernathy in Zambia

Gary and Sharon received their appointment as UPCI missionaries in 1981. From the outset of their missionary ministry, the Abernathys have been heavily involved in Bible school and other aspects of training ministry. Gary believes the only way to reach Africa’s millions is through training national ministers. In 1998 he assumed the leadership of the church in Zambia. He works closely with the national leadership of the mature Zambian church. Sharon is involved in women’s ministry and child evangelism while they both teach in the Bible school.

We partner with Peter and Robyn Gration in Papua New Guinea

Although the Grations were appointed in February 2007 as missionaries, they have been laboring in the Papua New Guinea harvest field for three years.

They have charge of the Bible school and supervise all facets of the work including over 250 churches and over 50,000 constituents.
Truly Papua New Guinea is the land of revival!