Week of June 6

I still have not heard anything on whether or not the parliament has voted. Please continue to pray.

Sasha, is the leader of the work in Arkalik. He is an ordained deacon. Arkalik is one of the most unique cities I have ever visited in Kazakhstan (or any other place). Pray for Sasha and his family as they work there and in several villages nearby.

Thank you for praying for me as I went to Arkalik. I had a great time there visiting the believers and encouraging them and being encouraged by them.

Anatoliy continues to work in Temirtau. Pray for him as he tries to start a church there.

James and Julie are back and have been busy trying to get their apartment in order and trying to prepare documents so that they can drive their car. Remember to pray for them as they settle back in and pray for her health.

As I mentioned last week, several doors of ministry in K’stan have been closed. As the realization of that settled in, my supervisor called and invited me to help organize a project that will involve me traveling back and forth from Kiev to K’stan. So, for the next few months I will be in Kiev setting up the project and then in the fall I will come back to K’stan. I will let you know more in my newsletter that I will send out next week. I will fly to Kiev this Sunday and will live in my old apartment.

Pray for friends in Karaganda who need Jesus.
Pray for my friends in Kiev: Tatiyana, Pasha, Alexiy, Katya, Olya, Natasha.

With the changes in my schedule I don’t think I will be going to Texas in September. I should know more next week after I meet with personnel in Kiev.

Thank you for praying!