Missions Conference season has begun!

Greetings to all of our faithful praying friends! We are back in northern Kentucky, having just finished two missions conferences and about to have 4 more! We are excited to have so many opportunities to present our work in so many different churches all over the country.
Since our last update, evangelist Kyle Gilstrap and his wife, Tressa, have finished their travels with us. We were happy to have the company and pleased to be able to show them around New England. Please pray for them as they continue to promote their ministry of evangelism in Montana and the surrounding states.
We finished a missions conference in Massachusetts on a Sunday afternoon, had a meeting at our wonderful home church in Connecticut that evening, and left immediately for Louisville, Kentucky. We were tired when we arrive that Wednesday for Landmark Independent Baptist Church’s missions conference, but truly excited to see what God would do there. We were privileged to meet missionaries Matt and Becky Allen, serving in Papua New Guinea, Jake and Steph Taube, serving in Taiwan (previously serving in China), and Matt and Lana Cretzman, serving in the Dominican Republic to reach Cuba. What an amazing conference! We were challenged and helped in many ways, and completely overwhelmed at the generosity of the church. They gave sacrificially and purposefully. What a joy and honor to be there!
Stay tuned to our website as we are currently working on a new video presentation. Several things needed to be updated and added, and we can’t wait to show you the new one! Please pray that we are able to do this in a timely and efficient manner as our time between conferences is brief.
Our next several meetings are in western Pennsylvania, where we will get to spend time with my (Beth’s) family. As our move to Honduras gets closer all the time, we try to take advantage of each opportunity to see family and close friends.
Following our western Pennsylvania meetings, we will be in central Pennsylvania, Florida, South Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio, not necessarily in that order. What a month this will be! Please ask God to burden the hearts of these churches to partner with us. We are praying to be at 50% support by the end of this year. Also, we need the Lord’s protection as we travel hundreds of miles upcoming. Thank you to each one who lifts us up in prayer. We need it and we need Him!

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