Preaching in Bolivia, Tanzania, Colombia…

3 March 2014 |

Dear friends

Thanks for your prayers for the work of Preaching around the world. Below are the prayer points for the week ahead.

Bolivia: Encouraging news from the recent trips by Edwin Fernandez (facilitator). A visit to El Alto enabled Langham Preaching to be represented to the Aymara churches. A second visit, to Chapare, looks like it will lead to a pilot project commencing among the Quechua churches.

Tanzania:  Level 1s are to be held this week in two Bible colleges around Mbeya city.Yohana Methuselah, Daudi Sichinga, Lucas Chiwinga and Lupi Mwaipopo will facilitate these events. Elkana Gonda (country coordinator) thanks the Lord for this opportunity and asks us to pray for the safety of those attending.

Colombia: This week 24 coordinators from the ‘escuelitas’ will meet at San Andrés Island. This time for evaluation, pastoral care and training will be facilitated by Jorge Atiencia andDiego CardonaIgor Amestegui (regional coordinator) and his wife Charo will also be present. Please pray that the time will enrich lives, relationships and ministries – particularly as they focus on preaching from the book of Proverbs.

Bolivia: A Level 1 will be held from Friday to Sunday with 10-15 members of staff from CET, a Bolivian missions’ organisation.  Eduardo Rojas (facilitator) asks us to pray the God may use this event to the show the importance of His word in trans-cultural mission work.

Zambia: On Saturday the first of nine monthly training events will take place. Siseho MinyoiConrad MbeweJoseph Honto and Chipita Sibale will facilitate the training. Please pray for the work in this country, which continues to grow in an encouraging manner.

France: On Saturday a new Level 1 will commence in Pontivy. It will take place over four Saturdays between now and June.  Please pray that the pastors who attend will be encouraged by this time of learning together with Mike McGowan. On Sunday Paul Windsor will be spending the day with Mike discussing the work throughout the Francophone world.

Thanks for your prayers!

The Langham Preaching Team