Keith and Joy Holder are currently in Costa Rica for a couple of months helping with the work of Ed Plus. They sent this answer to prayer from the most recent newsletter.
The members meet to discuss and decide the church's future actions and directions, it is important that church members attend in order to ensure everyone gets their say.
The main agenda item will be an open discussions on our pastoral care. The final agenda is given below.
Today our teenagers are running an experiment to see how many people can be reached with one verse by using text, Facebook, and this article on our website.
See if you can memorise the teenager verse for the day.
Martin and Annet recently heard from John Mokili, who is based in the USA and helps support Centre Mokili. John reports that the water pump purchased by his home church has been stuck in Kinshasa since August and they still seek a way to get it shipped on to Kisangani. In addition the DRC water company, Regideso, is not helping with the water situation. However even if the pump arrived, funds are required to help install plumbing, an electricity supply and a generator, the latter being required as the electricity supply can be intermittent.
Please pray that the required funds will be found.
Thanks to Alistair and John for moving walls and doors this week in what is the start of our kitchen refurbishment project. Thanks also to all those who turned out to help clean up afterwards.