For some time now, we have been praying for an open door into the university, but have not been successful. As we continued to pray, we received a call from a missionary to El Salvador and his Pastor in the U.S. about a young man in the mission work in El Salvador that will be attending the English program this semester at the University in Brno. We were overjoyed to receive the information that he would like to attend both our Czech services and our English service. Julio arrived the second Sunday of this month from El Salvador and he has already been a blessing to our family. Julio has made a profession of faith and feels a calling into the ministry; in which he is preparing himself for the work the Lord would have for him to do. Amen and Amen!
Our return from furlough always brings open doors. Our Czech neighbours and friends always want to see our photos of America and of our granddaughters. They are so happy that we have returned to their country once again. We have used this return and others from the past to invite many of them to our home for cook-outs and dessert. This gives us an open door of opportunity to share the gospel with them again and to give testimony of the Lord’s goodness and strength.Starting day of school has come and gone. We are finishing week three. Using our home schooling and the ability to teach English, we are looking for another open door into the Middle school in Modřice, the village where we live. Last year, we had the opportunity to speak to the class of ninth graders; we are asking the Lord to open that door again.