We are the Clark family and we are missionaries to the Republic of the Marshall Islands. This Blog is to keep everyone up to date on what is going on in our lives and the mission here in the Marshall Islands. Be blessed and tell someone about Jesus today.
Sunday the Full Gospel churches started their 7th annual youth conference here in the Marshall Islands. Youth from all over the islands have come together to worship the Lord! Pastor Ronald opened up the conference with an awesome message! The theme of this years conferences is Zechariah 10:1, ask/pray for the rain.
The whole week will be centered on the things of the Spirit. How to live a Godly life and be in position so that the Spirit call fall in your life. Praise the Lord! I am looking forward to seeing what God is going to do this week by His power. Please keep us in your prayers this week as we pray for the rain to fall in the Marshall Islands!
Running with the Vision,
Steve, Shawn, Richard, Travis, Malissa, Stephen, Terina and Kanani....
"May you prosper in all that you do as you serve the Lord!"
Good day from the islands! We have a great summer so far. Summer school is going well and the students are excelling. We are in the process of changing and rearranging things we are doing here in the islands. When we were doing maintenance on one of our trailers we found that it is unsafe to use at this time.
As many of you know we were blessed by the Japanese government with a new building two years ago. It has been awesome and totally energy efficient. Needless to say we have cut back our classes to smaller numbers. This has happened because of several reasons not including loss of the trailer.
The Lord clearly spoke to Shawn and I to downsize the school. In doing this we will turn it over to our staff. They will be running the school, that way Shawn is free to minister with me throughout the islands. We will still be involved in oversight and administration but day to day operations are taken care of! Praise the Lord!
So what is the plan for the trailer. It is to make it into a smaller classroom by cutting it in half. One half will be an outdoor teaching/break area. The other end will be a small special education/computer lab. Now we are in process of gutting it to do the work. We certainly have stepped out in faith on this one. We believe it will take about $3,000 to complete the renovation.
We thank God everyday for His provision for our ministry here in the islands. Change is a part of everyday life and we must change to flow with the plan! If you would like to help us out on this project you can contact us at email@example.com or go to www.pacificmissionary.com to find out how. Thank you all so much for your faithful prayers and support. Blessings in the mighty name of Jesus!
Running with the Vision,
Steve, Shawn, Richard, Travis, Malissa, Stephen, Terina and Kanani