Belgium Missions 2014 Pt. 2


Tonight, Pastor Ted had the honor of teaching these university students (pictured above) out of the book of Acts, Chapters 1 & 2. The students are so hungry for the word of God, they couldn’t get enough! We started at 7pm and they were still willing to go strong come 10pm because they are so interested in what God has to say and His will for their lives. They meet in a little church building every Wednesday night for food, fellowship, prayer, and the study of God’s word. They had so many deep questions and they want to know and understand God in a deeper way. Totally blessed to be here, Will and Abby are very blessed to join God in this work.

Belgium Missions 2014 Pt. 1

Namur, Belgium

Pastor Ted Leavenworth and his wife, Brenda, have arrived in Namur, Belgium. Namur is a picturesque city, but there is a great need for the Gospel. We’ve been able to spend some good time with Guillaume and Abigail Hoc, church planters here in Belgium, accessing the work they are doing and working to encourage them in it. They have been here for almost a year and are doing a fantastic work in this beautiful city where Guillaume was raised. They have a weekly bible study in a local church facility.

Tonight, Brenda has the opportunity to teach the women and encourage them to “be doers of the Word, and not hearers only” (James 1:22) by spending time sitting at the feet of Jesus in a regular time of devotion.The girls were able to express they are overwhelmed at the thought sometimes of reading their bible but were so receptive to the idea of reading if they knew it would help them in their faith. Abby made a wonderful dinner, so we were able to really spend some time with the girls in fellowship. Please pray for these girls and, if you would like, we can gift them with a one-year bible in French! Exciting stuff happening already!

Day 1. Please pray for Will, Abby, this city of Namur, and the girls we were able to minister to in it.

Philippines Team Update



After arriving, our team quickly surmised that most of the east side of Samar was destroyed and almost all of the barangay (villages) surrounding them had been completely wiped out. U-Turn For Christ’s facilities have been severely damaged and they have completely lost their sanctuary. Our Philippines Relief Team has made restoring the remaining structures a priority so that U-Turn For Christ can house more teams to come and

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