“Look at the nations and watch—and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe, even if you were told.” (Habakkuk 1:5)
Our Current Prayer Requests- Fall 2015
Pray for our team as we meet regularly to prepare the children’s program.
Pray for safe travels and the logistics associated with moving around as a team.
Pray that God uses us to make a positive impact on the lives of SIM families.
Two Way Street: Please continue to post, message, or email your prayer requests to us. We are compiling quite a list!
We would be honored to pray with you and for you as we traverse together through the thrills and challenges of our daily lives. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason, i’m so thankful that you’re following God’s plan for your life so closely! You are such an encouragement to me. I’m praying that God allows you to be His voice in Ethiopia; that your ministry is fully blessed; and that your entire family receive complete protection and favor from the Holy Spirit. Thanks for setting a great example for the young believers. (Matthew 28:18-20)
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Jason and Emily, this is Dean and Nance Brior! we are so excited for you to be chosen by God for this great mission! Please let us know how we can support you financially and otherwise!
I am so proud of you all. I have been praying for you.
Jason and Emily,
Hi! It’s been a while, and honestly I’m not even sure how my new email got on your email chain but I’m so thankful that it did! I just wanted to let y’all know that reading your newsletters and updates inspires me and motivates me in the call to missions I have discovered in the last couple of years. I’m praying for y’all (as are my parents) and look forward to lending some support financially when I finally land a job in this crazy economy! Thank you for your humor and honesty in sharing your experiences with us, I have no doubt God will continue to bless your obedience and dedication in pursuing His will. Blessing to you both!
Jason and Emily, I’m praying for you as you continue to gear up for the start of the school year. You’ll be starting your classes while I’m teaching the last two days of my summer class. No doubt, you will have adventures! I pray that you will also have much joy as you get to know your students and that you will have the eyes to see the potential that each of them has.
Loved the window crank story 🙂
Jason and Emily – I’m thankful to God that you and your family have made it to Ethiopia safely. I really enjoy reading how God is preparing you, Emily and your girls, for a life of educational service to the Ethiopian people. I will continue to lift you and your family up in prayer. Your Brother in Christ,
Hi Jason and Emily: I so enjoy your newsletters and hope you are all doing well. Please contnue to pray for Jr’s situation….still not working, depressed and in an unhealthy relationship. Fondly, Dawn
Please be praying for our team, we leave for Addis on August 1st. Pray also for the Ethiopian YLers who will be coming to camp, thanks!
Hey, Jason & Emily! I love reading your updates when you send them. Life seems very full and beautiful over in Ethiopia. My brother Peter (remember him?) is currently serving (with his wife and toddler daughter) in Tanzania. They love it as well! God has you in the palm of His hand and He has great plans for all of you! God is planting beautiful seeds in your daughters’ lives during your stay and they will forever be marked for His Kingdom. I love you guys! May you sense our Lord’s pleasure over you today. Blessings from Kalamazoo, Michigan! ~ Tami Neuberger Flick
Hi Jason and Emily: Our organization through an incredible retirement celebration for me this past Tuesday, December 4th. The family knows how to honor their workers. I am so blessed and enjoyed serving in God’s Kingdom. You can pray for me in my time of transition as I adjust to this new “normal” and season of life. Moving into a “shepherding ministry” helping the Music and Performing Arts Director with facilitating member care amongst the choir and orchestra.
Love and Prayers, Amy Saal