15 April: We had a good Sunday morning. Mark and the kids were with us in SS. Alec and Adele joined us for the morning service. Marion is doing better but still unable to attend. Timothy was ill this morning. We looked at II Chron. 32 and the siege of Jerusalem. I love this story from God's Word. My message was, How to Respond when under Attack. (Get good counsel, build up the walls, rest in God, abide in the siege, ignore the enemy, cry out to God and wait on God.)
Thanks for praying for our church plant. Please continue to ask for God to build this ministry for His glory.
11 April: Yesterday was an interesting weather day. We started with heavy snow shower and then heavy rain. We ended the day with hail. So, flyers were not a possibility. Thankfully today the weather cleared and it is a gorgeous day. So, this morning I was able to put out flyers. I had a good witnessing opportunity with someone you have all prayed for and to whom we have witnessed many times. I'm hoping that he is close to salvation. Please pray that God will open his heart and that he will put his faith in Jesus.
Three of the Hikin children came over today. The Hikins attended the funeral of a grandfather. His granddaughter, Victoria, has attended our church a handful of times. She lived with her grandfather. Please pray about where she will now live and that we will still have contact with her. Thanks for praying!
09 April: In Scotland the day after Easter is the Easter Monday Holiday. Several churches in our fellowship got together today in North Berwick. This fishing village is beautiful. The Baptist Church there has very nice facilities to host a gathering. Our church was well represented. Alec, Timothy, the Hikin's and our family were present. It was a great day of preaching and fellowship.
07 April: Kay Lee was my door to door helper this morning as we invited people to our Easter service. She was keeping track of how many, "No thank you."'s we heard. I was glad to have her with me. We had two divine appointments.
This afternoon Timothy took me to lunch. Please continue to pray for him as he grows in the Lord. Afterwards I stopped by two houses. Morris, who's family I witnessed to two weeks ago, was sitting on his front step. We chatted for about an half hour about God. He is a curious skeptic. His daughter (24) wants to come visit our church. She also listened in for about half of that time. Please pray that God will continue to draw these to Himself. They live very near our church.
05 April: The Lord gave us a sweet spirit in our service tonight that encouraged both Katie and I. The kids club went well and the adult Bible study was refreshing. We had the Hikin family and visiting mother, Christine, with two of her children. They attend another church but have visited with us before. It was good to have them with us. Please pray for the neighbor kids to keep coming even though there is more sunlight and warmer weather. We've missed them the last two weeks. Thanks for praying.
03 April, Tuesday: This is just a fun note to say that although we didn't get hardly any snow this past winter, Spring has brought us a morning of beautiful snow showers. It looks like a shaken snow globe outside right now. I love interesting weather, so this is a fun day. Nelson has never seen snow like this and he was a little uncertain what was going on as he looked outside this morning. "Though our sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow."
02 April, Monday: Katie and the kid's enjoyed a Easter party with some other MK homschooler's today. I got to watch my little buddy, Nelson today. God has given our family some refreshing times recently. I wanted you to be aware that we are transfering our webpage. I've not tranferred a domain before and we may get a hickup. Please pray for a smoothe transition. If for some reason, our webpage disappears, you may want to note the following url - https://missionaryshore.webnode.com Please write this down as this page may cease to exist. :) If that url does not work, please try our www.missionaryshore.com Thanks for keeping up with us.
We are enjoying another beautiful day. I enjoyed putting out flyers again this morning. I witnessed to Brenda, Alan, Ian and Morris. These were each good opportunities to share the Gospel. Alan's father is a Baptist Minister in a nearby area. His father's life changed at the age of 45. That sounds like a conversion to me. Iian is an Agnostic who doesn't know what to believe about God. Morris is a skeptic who said that he wants proof that there is a God. I'm preaching on Psalm 19 this Thursday and told him about the voice of natural revelation. These were all very good conversations and kind listeners. Please pray that the Lord will water the seed that was sown verbally and by flyer. Thanks for praying.
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