Archive for month: November, 2016
From GFI’s associate in Kenya, Charles Ambaka:
“My training and ministry trip to Nepal and India was the best I have had so far. The network of Pastors with me in Nepal and India is now beyond individual personality. Apart from Sikkim, God opened a new day in West Bengal were I had a program at Truimphant ministries Church. Pastor Thaman, my host, has requested for continued prayers for the Church in India. Next year, God willing, I will do a one week training program in Qatar. The Qatar Nepal church has extended an invitation. Many people were born again. Many students are now confident to use our methodology to counsel and minister to people. I also met a Pastor who is the chairman of all Pastors in Kathmandu who is ready to mobilize them for a program. I also met also a Pastor who moved from South India when he was twenty. (He is now approaching seventy; he studied with some Kenyan Pastors in the UK years ago.) Our two sessions fellowship was very fruitful. God protected and kept me safe despite a mishap on a motorbike. Amen and Amen!”
Video Testimony of Charles:
The current edition of the GFI’s in-print newsletter, Glimpses of Grace, has been mailed out. It is available in PDF on the newsletter page here.
Our November Workshop was held in Pigeon Forge, TN. We’re thankful for those who attended…from Quebec, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee!
GFI’s Africa Director, Charles Ambaka, is back in Nepal for several weeks of ministry. Please pray for his health, safety and fruitfulness as he conducts seminars and personal ministry in that challenging nation.