WEEKLY NEWS, APRIL 18, 2021

PRAYER REQUEST
A Very Ardent Prayers Request Greetings beloved of God, After 15 months of relative scarcity concerning spread of COVID-19 in Cambodia, the situation here has radically changed. We ask that each of you pray for this country. The World Health Organization (WHO) in Cambodia warned that the country had reached another critical point amid a sudden, huge surge in community transmission cases and deaths. Sending love, Dennis Welch

WEDNESDAY PM BIBLE CLASS
April 21 . . . . Righteous & Ungodly . . . Cary Miller
April 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Video

BEAUTIFUL FOOTPRINTS

“And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”” Romans 10:15

Nigerian Evangelism Update

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We know how God places such value on family and family relationships. We are thankful to see some of our brethren in Nigeria building Christian homes. Brother Mike Udam shares a retreat report. Ask God to bless all families with Christ. Greet the elders. Ken D

Photo by Mike Udam

“The 2021 Christian Family Retreat took place in Enugu over the weekend and to the glory of God, it afforded me and my family the opportunity to meet with other 7 families to spend time with each other in fellowship. Since 2015, each year we use the holiday period during Easter to meet and critically look at how we are faring in our families.

This retreat was born out of the fact that so many preachers and church leaders are not getting it right with their families. They may be effective in preaching but very poor in family management. They may be eloquent in evangelism but very poor in interpersonal communication with their spouse. So, to fill this gap, we decided to come together to share experiences with each other and help each other build a very strong home.

My family was blessed being in this year’s retreat. Our thinking is that a strong family leads to a strong church. Your support is part of what gave me the financial muscle to attend this retreat. We have to pay for accommodation for four days and pay for feeding during this period. I am glad that the retreat is having positive results. Lord willing, we shall be in Port Harcourt next year.”

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