Gospel News â Mar-May 2012
NEWS FROM BROTHERS & SISTERS
Here we are all fine, living together in the house we are slowly reconstructing. At least we have made it warm against the Winter. We continue preaching here and there finding interested persons.
We are very pleased to report the baptisms of ALGIMANTAS, ALEXEI, ELDAR, ERIC, IVAN, LARISA, ANDREJ, HAMID, ALIREZA and EBRAHIM. May God keep them strong in the path to His Kingdom.
I thank God my son has work, but he works such long hours and often 7 days a week, so I am at home alone a lot. I think of God, read the Bible a few times in the day, pray, and try to imagine the Kingdom for which we are waiting.
It is so good to be in contact again! I do not forget you and am so grateful for all you taught me. I do still believe and am often praying to God in daily situations.
DZALEKA REFUGEE CAMP
Here we are all fine. I've received news that you have accomplished the printing of the whole Bible, may the Lord bless your work. I do appeal for copies for us here, and your prayers..
--Bro. Bernard Wabene
Brother Bernard with his NEV New Testament
Thank you for six copies of the New Testament, New European Version and six Bible Companion Reading Plans. For this parcel I have enclosed a photo showing brothers and sisters reading them and also holding other Christadelphian literature. When you put this photo into Gospel News please send me my own copy so that I can remember about this distribution. Gospel News is very interesting and encourages us, because through this brothers and sisters share their knowledge of God worldwide and this makes them into one family. We learn from it or tell others what we get from our Bible Study through it.
Don't forget us in your prayers. May God lead us, as Jeremiah 10:23 says, "that I know, O Lord, that a man's life is not his own. It is not for man to direct his steps", and Jesus said in Matt.7:7, "Ask and it shall be given to you".
--Bro. Robert Folley
I have been elected to grow ground nuts. It is my wish to grow ground nuts as a cash crop, instead of tobacco as it is in our country, so through your prayers which change my life, I believe my dreams will come true. The rules are very difficult to follow, for example the minimum average amount to grow is five hectares. As I may not manage to do the work on my own I have found two young