Updates / Prayer Requests From The Team:
We currently have a team of high school students and a few adults serving in Zambia on a short term missions trip. Join us as we pray for them while they are there.
– Recent Update –
Parents we left the safari lodge this morning, are now in Lusaka, the capitol city of Zambia. We will be shopping for some souvenirs, getting one last meal together and heading to the airport. Our flight will be leaving here by 9:30pm our time, 3:30pm your time. We should be arriving back to JFK tomorrow, Thursday the 23, around 2:30pm. We will collect our bags and then return to church in the church vans. Depending on traffic and flight times hopefully we will be back to church around 5:00pm. We look forward to returning all of your children safe and sound. Continue to pray for safety and favor in our travels, and most importantly for the work that began in the lives of your children to continue in the days and weeks to come.
Thanks for all of your prayers this week. We sure felt them.
Thursday was another great day of ministry with CC Ndola. We met with the church twice and spent some time practicing for our kids program on Saturday. Please be praying for Saturday’s outreach, we are not sure if we will have 20 kids or 200 kids. Tomorrow (Friday) we will be celebrating pastor Ackson’s graduation with the church. Looking forward to our last few days with the church here. Thank you for your prayers
Day four is going well, we played some games with kids in the community this morning, we did some street evangelism yesterday, and have done church each afternoon. We have seen some new people come to church because of our evangelism. Thanks for all of your prayers please continue to pray for us as we minister here. We also heard the news that we no longer need negative Covid tests to return, praise Jesus! “
1.) We are very thankful that we arrived safely, no missed flights and no positive Covid tests!! Thank you for your prayers church! We do have one bag that missed our connection and we are waiting for.
2.) Tomorrow we start Street evangelism for the next three days. Some of our high school students are nervous, so courage for them, and fruit from our conversations.
3.) some of our students are feeling the effects of the jet lag and homesickness. Pray the Lord would encourage and comfort them.
4.)Each afternoon we will be meeting with the church for Bible teachings, pray for Steve, Josh, and Chuck as they teach.
5.) Wednesday morning the ladies are doing a special study for the ladies in the church. Pray for Pat Zab and Carissa Reeves as they teach.
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We view missions as an extension of the local church.
Therefore, whenever possible, our desire for missions is to see churches planted from which other forms of outreach (such as orphan care, medical clinics, schools, etc.) would then flow out of. We do realize, however, that this is not always possible in every situation. In such cases the overall mission remains the same -to proclaim the name of Jesus Christ and make disciples. This must be the main focal point of any mission or missionary that we support.
THE kILGUS FAMILYSUPPORTED MISSIONARIES IN TRUJILLO, PERUABOUT:Pastor Cory Kilgus and his wife Danielle have been serving on the mission field for over 8 years. They have three children: Abigail, Noah, and Sophia. All three were born in Peru....
“He is no fool who gives up what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose”