...striving together for the faith of the gospel
We appreciate your prayer support as we continue to work here at the Church and School compound in Uganda. We would leave the following requests before you at this time :-

1. For Hannah, as many of you will now have heard is pregnant. I would appreciate prayer for her - that we can get any medical help that we need at this time, that we can get home on furlough as planned to have the baby at home where medical help is significantly better and that Hannah and the baby stay healthy given a limited diet etc.

2. For the work, I have been busy as usual in many ways practically, but it would be our prayer and desire to see the children and staff back at school and the greater community to have the opportunity to attend church services. We very much miss the interaction with people and have a deep burden that we can’t reach them with the gospel at this time when our opportunities to preach, teach or speak to them are severely limited.

3. For our leaders – that the Lord will give wisdom to all who are making difficult yet important decisions at this time during the pandemic. We are hopeful, that some children in the exam classes may be able to return to school in the next two weeks and that some of the other measures in place for the lockdown will also start to ease from the 2nd of June.
Thank you so much for your continued prayers for me and for the work in Liberia, especially in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. Please pray specifically for the following points:

- that God would be merciful and allow Liberia to escape the full effects of the pandemic that are being felt elsewhere (we only have three confirmed cases at the moment)

- that Liberians would take precautions as advised and realise that this is a serious matter

- that healthcare workers, who are now preparing for COVID-19, would be given courage and wisdom as they work in a healthcare system that is already fragile

- that the radio station would stay on-air throughout the next months; that funds would continue to come in to run it, even with the economic hardships that many supporters are facing; that there will not be a shortage in Liberia of the diesel that runs the generator (that runs the station)

- that many Liberians would turn to the Lord in this time of trouble

- that the missionaries will know wisdom from the Lord as they adjust to changing conditions and seek His will as to how to continue to minister (the two counties that are affected are where we labour, and are currently on lockdown)

- that the missionaries’ families in the UK and USA would be protected during the pandemic, especially those who are in at-risk categories
Your prayers are a vital support to our Missionaries and Mission Stations on a daily basis, but they are especially vital at a time of crisis such as we are facing all around the world at this time.

We appeal to you to pray earnestly for all our Missionaries and their work at this very challenging time. Please continue to pray for

• Our workers, that they would be protected at this difficult time
• Our congregations overseas to be preserved, drawn closer in fellowship and visited with revival.
• The Lord to speak all around the world by these events so that many souls will be saved.
• Clear guidance to be given to the Mission Board at this very challenging time.
• New methods of evangelism to open up and be developed
• All our Mission Fields will continue to be kept open in the future
• The Lord to overrule so that these events will fall out unto the furtherance of the Missionary work and the opening of new doors of opportunity
• The Lord to step in so that this time of crisis will soon pass

‘Ye also helping together by prayer for us’… (2 Cor 1:11)
I would ask for your prayers for the next four weeks as I have the opportunity to go into a school just outside of Ballymena called Kirkinriola Primary School to take their after-school Bible Club. I have been in already to take this meeting every Tuesday afternoon for six weeks during January and February and returned after half-term to take another five weeks of meetings.

There are around eleven children who come out each week and I would really value your prayers for these meetings and for each one of those children who come out, that the Lord would meet each one at their spiritual need. We have been looking at the life of Moses, from his birth in Egypt, his leading the Children of Israel from Egypt, their journey through the wilderness and we will finish with the death of Moses on the edge of the Promised land.

I would ask you to pray that as we have looked at God’s deliverance and as we will look at the dangers of sin, that the Lord will speak to these young people and that He will save them early in life and lead them on with Himself. Thank you once again for your continued prayers and support.
Please continue to remember the work amongst the boys and girls. I rejoice in the number of opportunities to hold Bible Clubs in our Primary Schools. The majority of these are held during the day so as a result l am able to speak to the entire School. Others are held after School so only the children whose parents give consent can stay for the meetings. I am greatly encouraged by the help and support of Principals and teachers who welcome me into their schools. It has been most encouraging to see some children trust the Lord.

As well as the meetings in the schools l also keep busy with speaking at weekly children's meetings, school assemblies, deputation meetings and Ladies Meetings.

In January and February, I visited the following schools:
Jan 6th to 10th Bleary P.S
Jan 8th to 10th Pontyzpass P.S
Jan 20th to 24th Maralin P.S and Darkley P.S
Jan 27th to 31st Donacloney P.S
Feb 10th to 13th Scarva P.S.
Feb 24th to 28th Kingsmills P.S

I am booked this week, 2nd to 6th March, into Castleblaney P.S. Please pray for these meetings.
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