Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Northern Europe Update

We started the month of August with a wonderful virtual prayer walk in Portugal.  We thank God for the team of workers who are serving the Lord in Portugal.  It was a wonderful turn out of prayer warriors from at least 6 countries. 

(You may wonder why we are speaking about prayer walks in places other than Northern Europe.  Sis. Kelley leads the Regional Prayer Commission and these virtual prayer walks are spear-headed by the Prayer Commission.) 

OUR NEXT VIRTUAL PRAYER WALK IS TO JORDAN ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.  If you are interested in this time of intercession via Zoom, please write to this address to register.  It will start at 12 noon Central Standard time in USA. 

We thank God for His blessings on the Nordic General Conference that took place on-line.  It was a blessed time with some excellent preaching by Bro. Jack Cunningham.  Pictured above is Bro. Kelley leading the ministers’ business session and the Nordic Virtual Praise Team.


Even though we are not young, it was wonderful to be a part of the Europe/Middle East Youth Congress.  The Regional Youth Commission did outstanding organising this.  We enjoyed seeing our own Glasgow girl and Bible School alumna, Christine Patterson who is now a missionary to Romania, take part in one of the sessions.  She is pictured in the top left. The next picture shows Sis. Gertrude Riguer from Paris, France speaking in the Thursday evening service.  She is also a Harvest Bible College Graduate.

Although the official graduation is planned for next year, Harvest Bible College did honor those students who completed their course this year.  We thank God for 16 harvesters that have proved their diligence for the work of God by completing their course in a very chaotic year. 


What a blessing to see youth from various churches in Great Britain & Ireland participate in on-line Bible Quizzing.  Our son-in-law, Missionary James Beek, is the National Youth Director and he and Mary Catherine did a great job organising and conducting this wonderful ministry.


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