Dear brothers and sisters,
Greetings to all of you in the name of Our Mighty God: JESUS!
I don’t know what God has done, or is doing that has amazed you, but My God never ceases to amaze me. He has done it over and over again. As a ministry we are facing a number of challenges like meeting our salary budget, the slow progress on construction of the transitional building and planning the budget for next year. Each issue has its own challenges. I felt overwhelmed until brother Skeeter of CFM reminded me of Philippians 4:19: “God will supply all your needs according to his abundant riches.” I needed to be reminded of that. This has worked more efficient than any pill that I could have taken to lower my blood pressure. Good timing! So I was amazed at the timing.
Talking about timing, as I am writing I am using solar energy. Now I wonder what would we do without it? Since my brothers recently got the solar panels working our generator stopped working. Can you believe it? Without solar energy we would have the hardest time last weekend and this week so far. I am amazed at the timing! Thanks to my brothers and sisters at Kenai Christian Church. Thanks to my brothers and sisters at Church on Fire. Thanks to Allen, Randy, Jimmy, Kerry, Dennis and all the other people who have worked to make this available to us. Thanks to CFM for the second inverter. It was really needed. I thank God because you have stepped in to supply that. I was amazed at the success of the recent summit at Living Water. We were not only blessed by Ken and Skeeter’s presentations, but also inspired to do more and plan a bigger summit. We are already planning the one for next year. The people who were in the summit are engaging more and more in Evangelism to the point that the people of White Mountain are on fire and are bringing to the Lord some top witch doctors. Two came to the Lord just this week. Amazing! I am also amazed at the way God is putting things together as we are planning the future of the school. Pray for the planning. Pray for God’s provisions.
This week look for God’s blessings in small things as well as in big things and be amazed by HIM!
We need your prayers for the continuation of the transitional Church building. We count on your prayers so we can continue to be amazed by HIS answers to your prayers.In Him,
Salonique Adolphe and team