Wonderful Support raised for the Orphans
This started in Cape Cod Massachusetts at the Living Hope Family Church in Hyannis with Pastor Erik and Tami Eskelund. My flight from London on Saturday arrived three hours late due to a longer flight path to avoid the cloud of ash from the Icelandic volcano. Avis was closed by the time I arrived and couldn’t collect a rental car. I had to get a bus out of Boston and friends collected me to get me the church meeting on that Saturday night, just arriving on time. What a special time of ministry that was – a wonderful missions meeting on Saturday night and two precious services on Sunday morning. Early on the Monday morning the pastor asked me to speak to the 35 senior students at the local King’s Christian Academy. That was an amazing time as the children’s mindset was stretched to see the needs of the orphans we support in Eastern Europe and how hungrily they received God’s word.
On that Monday night I enjoyed sharing at a Home Missions Meeting hosted by John and Linda Andrewski (the gracious people who drove me from Boston to the church). For the rest of that week I hung out with some dear friends, Ron and Terri Golding in Hingham MA, who have had a wonderful healing meeting in their home for over 30 years where they’ve seen hundreds saved and healed.
I enjoyed some very blessed ministry in the New Jerusalem Christian Church in East Windsor NJ just south of New York with Pastors Doug, Larry and Wayne. This started with a wonderful Men’s Advance in Pennsylvania (in Amish territory). God poured such a spirit of healing on these men to call them to a dedication to Him like never before. This led to a dedication to their families, and to reaching the lost and serving others. I was shuttled to the Sunday service at the church where God touched many needy lives. People sat in their seats weeping at God’s healing touch. Many sought prayer afterwards.
Mid-week I had the joy to minister at chapel hour to the students of the New Jersey Christian Academy. This was an amazing meeting where the student soaked up the challenge and encouragement of the word. Their response was amazing, and afterwards they all gathered around me and prayed for me. That was precious.