Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Ebeye CAs on the way Home
Yesterday some of the youth started on their way back to their home atoll. The youth are from Ebeye and the ship is the way home. It is amazing to me what these young people do to learn more about Jesus. It takes two days to come from Ebeye to Majuro. It takes two weeks to come from Utrik to Majuro via ship. There are no cabins, stewardess or food served. They sleep on the deck of the ship and eat the food that they can carry. They do all of this to come together to worship the Lord and hear the Word of God preached.
Yesterday part of the youth from Ebeye started on their way back. Please keep them in prayer as they travel. As we said goodbye on the deck we laid hands on them and prayed. Many just wanting to be a greater witness in that place everyday. It is so awesome to see the passion for Jesus that will change a nation.
We are now planning a trip to the farthest northern atolls. In the month of October I will travel via ship to Utrik atoll in the north. I will be gone four to five weeks on this trip. We will visit many atolls on the way and preach the Gospel to those that live in the outer most reaches of the Marshall Islands. We of course will carry our supplies with us. Everything has to be light weight and compact, space on the ship is very limited for travel. So outdoor supplies are needed for the trip. If you would like to help please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
In the midst of an every changing world the Gospel is still being preached, people are being set free and filled with the Holy Ghost. Living by the Faith is always an adventure in God! Be blessed in all that you do and may you prosper even as your soul prospers.
Running with the Vision,
Steve, Shawn, Travis, Stephen, Richard and Catie