Missionary Acres

December 9, 2018, after we finished our meetings in Hardy, Arkansas, we returned to Silva, Missouri to Missionary Acres where our motorhome was parked for the month of December.  Evangel Baptist Church is located on the grounds of Missionary Acres and I spoke for their Joy Club on Tuesday, December 11, and for their teen night on Wednesday December 12.  The Church sends their vans out on Sunday Morning to bring in children and families from the community which made the next Sunday morning service the best time for Rawley and Randy to help me with the Christmas story.  For the story Rawley and Randy sang their song “His Name is Life”.  Jane sang two songs and the congregation sang “Thou Did’st Leave Thy Throne”.  The children came forward and sang “Away in the Manger” and “Carol of the Beasts”.  Sunday night I was able to share a message and present our ministry to the church family.  Please pray for those who heard the Gospel but have not accepted by faith God’s gift. Please also pray for Evangel Baptist Church as their new pastor Tim Newman and his family arrived last week. Pray that they will be accepted in the community and can reach into homes with the gospel.

For Sunday morning December 23, I was able to preach to the Cool Springs church family and present our ministry in evangelism. The church is in the hills and near the church is a creek fed by a cool mineral spring – the water is deep green (probably from copper deposits). They have recently completed an extensive remodeling project and by God’s provision the project was completely paid for. The Cool Springs Baptist Church is prayerfully looking for a pastor. Currently Pastor Jim Story a retired missionary who lives at Missionary Acres is serving as the interim pastor, but he is tiring and is in his 70s.

On December 19, 2018 on Wednesday night, we presented our Christmas Program at Cool Springs Baptist Church in Williamsville. The Church got the word out that we were coming to the church and the response was exciting.  We had over 80 people come that Wednesday night and they enjoyed the ventriloquism and heard the gospel.  Becky the pastor’s wife believes that 50% of those who attended were probably unbelievers. Please pray that God’s word will not return void and that those who heard will think about their own need to open the gift of salvation for themselves.  

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