CAM INTERNATIONAL – NEWSLINK – 26 November 2019
‘Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer’ (Romans 12:12)
We appreciate your interest and prayer support. Here’s the latest news from our CAM personnel to help you pray for them and their work.
Carol Seymour and Ginny Perkins would appreciate prayer as they have had some difficult meetings recently in connection with the Lighthouse Project, preventing them from doing their regular ministries. Pray for a peaceful resolution. They have faithful colleagues covering their ministry this week: Kipushi Prison today, TV/Radio recordings on Thursday and a Bike Evangelism visit on Sunday. Pray for God’s enabling for these workers and blessing for those at the receiving end of the ministry.
Gordon & Sybil McKillop have enjoyed Sarah Maltby’s 3-week visit to Nyangombe. She has had an amazing time and taken part in a lot of children’s work. Praise God! Yesterday, Gordon and Sam left with Sarah for Solwezi, for her flight out. (She should arrive back in Preston today.) Sam hopefully picked up his plastic driving licence in Solwezi. Then they travelled on to Chingola to buy items for the new house build at Nyangombe. Pray for their long road journey back to Nyangombe today. There is a critical shortage of medical supplies in the whole North-Western Province. Pray that some suppliers who have been approached may be able to assist in this crisis.
Sam Livingston and Sarah took part in a one-day Children’s Camp at Mwinilunga last Saturday. There were about 150 children and they had a great opportunity to share the Gospel with them through the different activities, songs and teachings. Praise God! Pray for a lasting impact on these young lives and that these children will commit to following Jesus. Nyangombe teenagers have started coming back from their boarding schools for the long Christmas holidays. Youth and children’s ministry has been arranged for the whole of December. Pray for God’s anointing on all that has been planned.
Wanderley & Rosaria da Silva arrived in USA last weekend and are still adjusting to the time difference! Pray that God will open doors for them to be able to share their ministry in a variety of churches. This coming Sunday, Wanderley will be speaking at an AOG church. Pray for a good reception and interest in their work in Chimoio. News has reached the da Silvas of growing unrest in the country of Mozambique and fears that the current peace agreement between the ruling and opposition parties may break down. Pray for stability and peace in the nation.
Daniel Habtey had a wonderful time in Switzerland recently. He took part in a very successful fund-raising concert, with over 400 people and 10 musicians, to help refugees trapped in Libya. Praise God. Pray that the funds will be well used and help many refugees to reach their desired destinations. While in Bern, Daniel also had a meeting with some Eritrean church leaders and helped them resolve a difficult issue. Thank God! Daniel’s online Leadership Academy course for Eritreans started last week, with about 50 students registered. Pray for God’s blessing on these church leaders as they do the training. Pray for Daniel as he organises special meetings on ‘personal growth’ for second generation Eritreans in London and in Leeds – a Saturday for each one, in December or January.
Thank you so much for your prayers, which encourage and bless our workers.