We have been blessed by Luke, a college student from Michigan. He has helped with street distribution and has prepared and distributed John/Romans in the village of Pavlov. We also took time out to play games, to take a hike to the castle Dívčí, to view the remains of the fence used during the communist regime, and to walk to the Austrian/Czech boarder.
On Sunday, Luke taught our English Sunday school, gave his testimony in our Czech service, and preached our Sunday evening English service. What a blessing to hear God's Word from this young, powerful servant.
After services, we had a cook-out. It was the first one this spring. The day was a little cool, but the food and fellowship were wonderful.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
It was good to have everyone back in services today. Alena and Milada are feeling much better and Mirek had this Sunday off from his job. Maty was still coughing a little, but it is that time of the year for many people. The sun was shining and we were singing praises to THE SON. We are now memorizing Psalms 23 as a group and still learning the books of the Old Testament. For the months of April and May, we are giving a Bible to each visitor. Please pray that we will have visitors.
Posted by Jeffrey Allison at 9:15 PM
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013
This Sunday in Sunday school we gave awards to all those who participated in our Scripture memory contest. The winner in the adults group was Debra and the winner of the children was David Allison. David, James and Debra memorized the Scriptures in both English and Czech. Second place for the adults was Ján, 3rd place was Milada and 4th place was Alena. For the children, we had a close race, Micheal took 2nd place by only one verse, 3rd place was Matyáš and 4th place was James. The winner of the children's competition received a gift certificate to "Subway" for a large "Meal Deal". Ribbons, certificates and gifts were presented to all who participated. Milada and Alena were not present for the photo.
|James, David, Ján, Micheal|
Posted by Jeffrey Allison at 6:44 AM
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Our attendance was low this Sunday. From man's point of view it was a discouraging day with sickness, bad weather and those who forgot to change the time an hour forward, but our hope is not in health, sunny days or the time change, but in the risen saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. Please be in prayer for the Czech people.
Posted by Jeffrey Allison at 12:09 PM