Prayer Update June 15

Linda and I have had some wonderful opportunities to teach God’s Word over the past few weeks.  I spoke several messages from John 15 at the AGC National Convention in Niagara Falls; Linda and I also did a workshop on “Soul Care for Ministry Leaders.”

Last Sunday I had the joy of speaking at the 54th anniversary service at Emmanuel Bible Church in Simcoe, Ontario.

GPAOn Tuesday, I flew to Dallas to teach at the Global Proclamation Academy.  Twenty-six young pastors from twenty-six countries were gathered at Dallas Seminary for three weeks of training.  I had the privilege of teaching them all day Wednesday.

Linda has been busy teaching as well.  She’s been recording video lectures for a course on Great Women of the Faith.  She’s also been teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) at the University of Waterloo as part of her certification process for Teaching English as a Second Language.

restGod has graciously sustained and strengthened us through this full and fruitful season of service.  In the coming weeks, we are looking forward to taking some time away to rest and refuel!

Here are a few requests that I would ask you to remember when you pray for us and the ministry of Heritage College and Seminary.

Pray we would be refreshed in body and soul as we take some time to rest in the coming weeks.  We would love to be at full strength when the Fall semester begins.

Pray the Lord continues to direct spiritually stellar students to Heritage for training.  Enrolment for the Fall looks positive at this time.  But we are still open to receiving additional students who want to be better equipped for a lifetime of service.  [More information about enrolment can be found here.]

Pray that Heritage finishes its financial year (June 30th) in a strong position.  [If you would like to invest in this vital ministry of training pastors, missionaries and ministry leaders, you can do so here].

Thank YOU for your partnership in ministry.  May God refresh your souls this summer!

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