Tuesday, April 16, 2013

1st Quarter Newsletter: J. Johnson (Mali)

Togo held its National Conference December 27th-30th, 2012. During these four days of services, at least 27 received the Holy Ghost, many were delivered from evil spirits, and countless people received healing in their bodies. One young man who was lame left his crutch at the altar and walked! A lady testified of healing from a grave intestinal problem and an elderly man gave praise to God for healing his left side that had been paralyzed by a stroke. Four couples were ordained and 12 students graduated from Bible School! I was also able to teach about 300 kids about the power of the Holy Ghost: our next generation of preachers! We thank the Lord for revealing Himself and making His name know among the West Africans!

Thank you for your financial support and your prayers. May the Lord richly bless you in this new year!

Jay’s Journal 
First Quarter (December 2012 thru March 2013)

❣A Leadership Seminar and Crusade was held in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, February 8-10th, 2013. Eleven were baptized, 78 received the Holy Ghost (two were children I taught in Sunday School!), and 128 claimed healing in Jesus’ name! We give Jesus all the glory and praise for the wonders He performed and are so excited about what God is doing on this island through Regional Missionary, Rev. Peter Mua and his family.

❣Bible School began on February 25th with 18 students, representing the nations of Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, and C.A.R. I am privileged to be teaching Romans, Major Prophets and Old Testament History this semester. Most of our students will be finishing up their Bible School education this semester and will plant churches in their respective country!

❣Please pray for the nation of Mali as it recovers from civil war and regains stability with the help of French and ECOWAS troops. Pray also for the Malian refugees in bordering countries and the Tuaregs who have gone into hiding. Jesus is the Prince of Peace: He is able to touch the hearts and lives of these people!

Jaydie Johnson, Missionary to Mali, West Africa  

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