CAM INTERNATIONAL – NEWSLINK – 3 September 2019
‘Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer (Romans 12:12)
We appreciate your interest and support. Here are some points for praise and prayer for the work of CAM International:-
Gordon & Sybil McKillop report that the weekend Youth Camp at Nyangombe went very well, with really good ministry that impacted the young people. Praise God! The camp site has now been cleared for another year. Thank God for all the lives that have been touched and transformed over the past few weeks through the use of this facility. A Ladies’ Bible School is now in progress at Nyangombe. Pray for the teachers and their students to be blessed as they study God’s Word.
Carol Seymour and Ginny Perkins have not been able to send us any updates this week, probably because they have gone down to Zambia to collect goods. We know from Facebook that they had bought food supplies to take to the top-security prison in Likasi on Sunday. We assume that their visit went ahead. Praise God for the open door and great opportunities they have for sharing the Gospel in the prisons in their area of Congo. Pray for God’s blessing on their trip to Zambia – for safe travel and an easy border crossing on their return with all the goods.
Daniel Habtey launched his ‘Joseph Leadership Academy’ online training course for Eritreans last February. He is very pleased with the 120 or so students who registered and worked hard in their studies. Last week was the final exam and ‘graduation’. Praise God for this way of helping Eritrean church leaders in many different countries. Pray for the second group of new students starting the course in October, and for the graduates who will start the level two course at the same time.
Dave & Ruth Garrard flew to Vancouver, Canada, last Saturday for two months, based in Abbotsford with son Greg and family. Pray for them as they have a good rest and visit family, friends and churches.
Thank you so much for all your prayers, which encourage and bless our workers.
Please note, due to annual leave, the next Newslink will be posted on 24 September 2019.