Dear Praying Friends,
Today Isaac graduated from kindergarten. I believe there were three children in the village that graduated with him. Katy and Polly finished the year at the music school with a concert.
Brother Alish made it to his regular meetings on Saturday and Sunday, but he's still a little sore from the operation.
This week we've had people from two different villages ask us to come start churches. I'm not sure when we'll be able to get to them, though.
Brother Ismail's churches were full this week. It's a joy to preach to them. One woman testified about her daughter having a heart problem. The family doctor had been monitoring it for some time, and finally sent them to a specialist in Shumen. Upon reviewing the test results the specialist proclaimed the child's heart perfectly healthy. Later, the family doctor, looked at the results and astonished, said, "Well, Praise God"
Sometime ago we prayed for a girl named Kiymet who had had a tumor removed from her brain. The Lord graciously answered our prayers and has given her over seven months of good health. Now in the same village there is another girl with a similar problem, a tumor on her head. I don't know all the details, but the doctors had tried treating it a couple of different ways unsuccessfully and finally told her mother, "We've done all we can do. You need to pray". So they brought her to our church Saturday and prayed.
When you pray, remember these needs, and also our visas.