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  • Writer's picturePapa George

USA – Reaching the lost, June 1, 2020

“In the last days, God says, I will pour out My Spirit on all people.” After Pentecost and the stoning of Stephen: “On that day a great persecution broke out against the church in Jerusalem, and all except the apostles were scattered throughout Judea and Samaria. Those who had been scattered preached the Word wherever they went.” (Acts 8:1, 4)

We are blessed to be in contact with our co-laborers in Mexico, El Salvador and the different countries in central Africa, who continue to be thankful for the prayers and support they are receiving from our faithful prayer and financial supporters here in the USA. In spite of the difficulties presented by each country’s reaction to the corona virus, they continue to reach out with the gospel message and are witnessing new believers accepting Jesus Christ and are committed to become true disciples. We just wanted to share this one testimony from Pastor Titus who coordinates ministry in Namayingo in southeast Uganda.

“Glory and honor go back to our dear Lord Jesus Christ who has enabled us to extend His Kingdom to the lost even when the lockdown is seriously hindering us. On 5/10/2020, we had house to house evangelism in Nsono East (3) souls; on 5/22/2020, we had house to house evangelism at Syanyonja North (7) souls; on 5/28/2020, we had house to house evangelism in Syanyonja East (4) souls and on 5/31/2020, we had house to house in Syanyonja A (3) souls. TOTAL 17 souls in the kingdom of Christ. There were instant healings experienced during these missions. Thanks for your prayers and facilitation.” Pastor Titus

Locally, we are witnessing people taking the opportunity to reach out to people in their sphere of influence who are struggling with their faith and others that are struggling without the knowledge of the love the Father has for them. Church families are beginning to meet together, and others are continuing their ministries to help people that are being overcome by addiction, depression, financial and marital problems, including domestic violence and thoughts of suicide. God is continuing to pour out His Spirit and we are beginning to see the unity of faith and the light beginning to shine more brightly than even before the reaction to the global virus tried to quench the role that God assigned to His Church to share the message of eternal salvation.

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