“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
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This is a second report from Kyle Hankins, whom we help support in the AIM program. Keep Kyle and all the AIMers in your prayers. For the elders, Ken D
STARTING ANEW (2)
With this new month, we began Small Groups. I gather with six other guys to study the book of Luke. So far, we’ve only met once together, but it’s been such a blessing so far!!
Field Presentations are also a new aspect with our schooling. Currently the fields that have been presented to us so far has been Albuquerque, Chile, Apaxco, and Alaska. I’m very interested in Alaska and Apaxco. The ministries and the coordinators stood out to me so much. Very sweet, God-loving people.
Despite all of those new things added to my schedule, I still found the time to grow closer with my classmates, particularly my best friend, Tucker. Tucker and I enjoy the free time of going skating at the park.
Area Church (Clovis, NM) – As week passes by, I grow closer and closer with new families every week. The first week of Area Church, I got to grow closer with a young boy named Sawyer. He’s a nice kid and always manages to make me laugh. Then, that following week, I got to speak with Joseph, the youth minister there, and his wife. We talked about youth ministry and my potential interest with that as my career. And finally, this most recent week, I got to know a man named Wade. His faith is so inspiring, and it excites me! The way he speaks made me question if he had the desire to be a pulpit minister. He was so good with his words!
I travel to Clovis, New Mexico every Sunday for Area Church. We also have an upcoming trip to Arkansas in a couple weeks.
Classes and Homework!
Homework assigned to us has been increased significantly, especially with Finals coming up soon.
As we grow more comfortable with one another, silly issues arise. I ask for prayers for understanding on everyone’s end.
Thank you for keeping me on your mind and prayers. Such an encouragement. I am so blessed because of each one of you and all of your support in my works for the Kingdom of our Lord. I am here, to be all in, as a servant, for His Glory.
I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t by the grace of my Lord’s hand… and yours. You mean so much to me and I pray that my work would be pleasing to yours, but most importantly, God’s eyes. God Bless, Church Family. May He show prosperity in all of your endeavors.
Much Love, ~ Kyle Hankins
Photo From Left to Right: (Back) Caleb, Tucker, Me, Matthew; (Middle) Emily, Rachel; (Front) Jaeden, Abigail