April 3, 2019
Dear Friends and Co-laborers,
Greetings! We pray this letter finds you well and keeping busy for the Lord in these last days. The closer we get to the rapture of the church, the more I find myself thinking, like John said in Revelation, “Even so, come, Lord Jesus”!
During the months of January thru March the “evangelism road” took us to Texas, Florida (twice), Georgia and across the pond to Germany. God has blessed in the meetings and it is always good to see so many of our friends as we travel.
A special note regarding the meeting in Germany - God gave us a tremendous week. Missionary Rick Weimer’s church hosts this annual meeting and the highlight was a man who they’ve been praying for - for 16 years - got saved! His wife and family are members of the church and oh my, what a service that was! There sure was rejoicing in heaven as well as Coldtiz Castle.
April and May are a little slow on the road with a couple of meetings in Maine and Nova Scotia Canada. We hit the ground running in June for the remainder of the summer and well into the fall.
The work at New Life Baptist Church in Dover Foxcroft, Maine is going well and God is blessing there. A few new folks have been coming faithfully and there has been the occasional visitor here and there. In a couple weeks, my pastor - Kent Kirchmeyer - from our home church in Indiana will be preaching the Spring Revival. The church has been fasting and praying for God to do some unbelievable things and we would ask you to pray with us.
Personally: Stacie and I are doing well and yes, even Jack and Jase are doing good. Stacie had a touch of the flu back in February like so many others did all over the country. I managed to escape with only a minor sinus something in March. It seems everybody north of the Mason-Dixon Line are hit with a bad case of Cabin Fever and can’t wait to start enjoying some warmer weather.
Support: From the bottom of our hearts we want to thank you all very much who support us through prayer and/or financially. We do need both and it is a humbling thing to reflect on how many folks love us and care for us. Glory be to God!!!
In HIS service,