15 February 2011
14 February 2011
Please keep praying for the Extreme Missions Training (EMT) Students. This week they will each begin teaching one of the Rabuna Fi groups. Today Christina taught from 2 Samuel 2:1-11. She did an awesome job and I was blessed to watch the women hang on her words. They truly are starting to crave the Word of God! After study we called for the Rabuna Fi leaders to come and pray over each sister with a need. I captured pictures of the EMT gals praying alongside these leaders. You could hear five different languages beseeching the throne of grace for help and it was like music to my ears! God is doing a marvelous work in this obscure little village. One day these women will be a mighty army for His name….please don’t forget to pray for us!
11 February 2011
Africa Here they Come! Our latest Interns.
We want to welcome John and Lily Eastham and their children to the Far Reaching Ministries family. John has begun his phase of the internship in our office. This time is designed to help prepare them mentally and spiritually for serving in Africa. Lily currently is focusing on homeschooling their children and they will swap roles midyear. The Eastham family will be serving in Uganda. Follow their progress through this final phase of preparation for the field by reading their newsletters posted here on the blog!
08 February 2011
07 February 2011
While this is a great day for South Sudan, we need to pray as it is uncertain if the North will honor this clear and decisive vote. Today, Vicky Bentley saw the military fly overhead and soldiers movement on the ground, so now is the time to remain vigilant in prayer for our brothers and sisters in South Sudan!
~ Shannon Forsythe
Assistant Director FRMA
04 February 2011
Dear Faithful Prayer Warriors,
Wednesday we shared with you Eowyn Havertape’s passing into the arms of Jesus. She was the baby at Loma Linda who you have been faithfully praying for. Eowyn was the niece of Jason and Britny Havertape, the missionaries serving in Russia who were featured in the January newsletter.
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If you would like to read more in depth about Eowyn, her story is at http://www.eowynhealth.blogspot.com/.
Thank you for your continued prayers for the family as they adjust to this difficult time.
Thankful that Our Savior holds her in His arms,
~ FRM Staff