A recent conversation with a member of King of Kings
Christian Church went something like this:
Member: “There is a young couple I know who
had a baby a few months ago and they seem to be having trouble adjusting lately and I think we can help them. They live here in URBI. I know the new mother is a believer
although she is not part of a church but I don’t think the father is a Christian.
He seems like he might be willing to talk about Jesus and Salvation. If
you could lead him to Christ in the month or so you have left here in Mexico, then I can continue discipling him after that.”
Casey: “Can you witness to him and tell him
how to become a follower of Jesus?”
Member: “I have never done that before.”
Casey: “Why don’t we both go visit and
we can do it together?”
Member: “Okay. Yes.”
This is a sign of a healthy, caring, reproductive
Christ follower. This member sees himself as a follower of Christ and a fisher
of men. What I perceived in this conversation was a call for help and request
for training thanks to the discernment granted by the Holy Spirit.
Please pray for good roots to grow deeper and for
good fruit to be produced in the final days of the Hancock’s involvement in the daily ministry of King of Kings Christian
Church and for their continued faithfulness and growth as God leads them into His intended future. We have a big outreach event this weekend (April 29). Please
ask God to help us plant lots of seed on good soil.
Thank you for your interest in and participation
through prayer and giving to our shared ministry. God is great!
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