Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Ready for Deployment!!


Our summer team is finishing up their adventure in North Africa. God has truly been at work in this group of college students. Over the past three months they have traveled many miles by train, bus and camel! They have seen the breath taking view from the top of a mountain. They have felt the victory of walking through the scorching heat of the Sahara (130 degrees!) More than that, they have prayer walked throughout the country and built relationships with local Arabs. God has broken their hearts for the unreached. They are coming home more in love with Him and more passionate about reaching the lost. Please pray for them as they finish their training and return home. (The reverse culture shock can be difficult. ) I believe that God is going to continue to use this radical group of students to impact the unreached for His glory. Eleven more graduates ready for deployment!! Praise God!!

The most exciting news of all...one of the locals in our country is now a brother!!! Check out this blog spot to see a video of one of our students telling the whole story!! www.mikepenny.blogspot.com

5 comments:

Glenna Marshall said...

Kellye,
I am praising God after reading about this new believer's conversion!!! What an amazing story and testimony to the power of our God--and the love He has for those whom He is calling to Himself! Thanks for sharing--this is so encourgaing! In fact, it really encourages me to pray more!
-gm-

MelanieStarr said...

Kellye - I'm glad you shared this! It's a reminder to keep praying for everyone involved in and effected by Cafe 1040.
Mel

Kellye said...

I am so glad that people are feeling burdened to pray for missions and the unreached. We often think that if we are not 'on the field' then we are not involved with it at all. You cannot put a price on prayer.

Kellye said...

I am so glad that people are feeling burdened to pray for missions and the unreached. We often think that if we are not 'on the field' then we are not involved with it at all. You cannot put a price on prayer.

Kellye said...

I just wanted to emphasize my point...thats why I 'intentionally' posted it twice!:)