Help with the Fish

Luke 5:7 – “So they signaled their partners in the other boat to come and help them, and they came and filled both boats so full that they began to sink.”
Praise God that we are in this very situation! For years we have dreamed of, and prayed for such a fruitful time, and it’s amazing to see this actually happen.

We are now calling local churches to help us disciple the numerous new believers, because our staff cannot keep up with the demand. This is such a wonderful problem, and as a side-effect, it’s making partnership with other churches much easier. Because so many people are coming to Christ in our area, we are able to bless local churches by providing ample opportunities for them to adopt and disciple these numerous new believers.

Join us in prayer that this spirit of partnership would continue to grow, so that the Church in MENA might rise up to the challenge of discipling this next generation of converts, before they become more numerous than the believers from Christian backgrounds – it looks like this could happen in our generation!

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  1. Sheri

     /  September 21, 2013

    Is this in MENA or the USA?

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  2. Sheri

     /  September 21, 2013

    Need more info!

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  3. Sharalyn Warren

     /  September 23, 2013

    I praise God for every soul that believes and is saved. Every human is precious. We don’t wish that any would perish. “Father, I pray for the churches to be trained in discipleship. I pray for enough workers and teachers to help these new Christians. I thank you for every church that is there. Keep this partnership strong. Thank you for the Holy Spirit and your faithfulness to grow each new believer. Give them the Word. Grow them in the Word. I praise you, Jesus. I thank you, Jesus. May your kingdom grow to include millions. Amen.”

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