...striving together for the faith of the gospel
PRAY
SPECIAL MEETING IN SPAIN
We would like you to pray for a special meeting we are planning for Saturday 14th June. We have sent special invitations to all past attendants of the Sabbath School, many of them left the church and married unsaved partners. The idea is to bring them all together and have an opportunity to witness to them. We also ask prayer for the unsaved attending our weekly services.
JOHN HANNA - MAY 2014
TASMANIA - CONSIDER CHRIST
From Tue 27 - Fri 30 May, Kingston Free Presbyterian Church will be holding a series of Consider Christ meetings. 

Leaflets have been printed, adverts prepared, and God's people are praying for the Lord's blessing upon this venture.

Pray with us for the local community, that those who are truly saved will separate themselves from the ecumenical folly and charismatic delusion that abounds, and those that are yet unconverted will be drawn under the message of the gospel and be wonderfully saved.

John 10:27 "My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me."
RALPH HALL - MAY 2014
PRAY FOR PERTH OUTREACH
Perth Free Presbyterian Church

Please pray for outreach and preaching in the Perth City Centre on Saturday 17th May, and the three weeks that follow.
PHILIP GARDINER - MAY 2014
WAITING FOR RAIN IN KENYA
These days we are really observing the clouds! In the Kapenguria, Kitale, and Eldoret areas we are in drought and for us the long rains have failed. Other places in the country not as badly off. It is planting season and the majority of the maize just germinated or half germinated looks pitiful! Pray that God will be merciful in sending us this precious commodity; at least then the animals would have grass. I know at times we are crying we have too much but certainly not this year as yet! The Kitale area is known as the bread basket of the country so things don’t look good! May God send us the physical and spiritual showers of blessing.
MARGARET RUSSELL - MAY 2014
BCFC ACADEMY - NEW TERM
Monday 5th May sees the start of the 2nd term in the Academy. We have had some changes amongst the teachers and support staff and also in the Nursery School in the outlying BCFC Churches. This is a very important term academically and we value prayer that staff and students will quickly settle in and get down to serious work and that the students will report on time. Pray not only for Academic progress but for spiritual fruit this term. Last term we did not hear of anyone coming to Christ so pray for a softening of hearts amongst the students and a genuine seeking of the Lord for salvation.
MARGARET RUSSELL - MAY 2014
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