Dear Friends and Supporters,
Thank you very much for your ongoing prayer and support of us here at Power to Change. It’s been a busy few months but we have been seeing almost constant growth of both the number of people coming to the sites, as well as the number of people being brought into the kingdom of God.
I was privileged to speak in our church recently about our need for more volunteers to help us answer the many emails coming in from the sites. The talk seemed to go well and we have had a very encouraging response so far. If you would like to know more about how you could help us with this, check out the video about it here:
We have been receiving quite a number of messages from people on the sites, both as emails directly to us, as well as just from people commenting on articles. In fact, I just recently shared a really neat story about someone who came to our site with questions about God and was encouraged. Click here to read it.
We also have a number of prayer requests right now and if you could uphold us in these areas, we would really appreciate it.
- For our financial support. We still have a long way to go. Praise the Lord for those who have recently joined our team.
- For more volunteers. We need more people to help respond to the many questions and prayer requests we receive from the websites. Visit www.truthmedia.com/mentor for information on how you could help.
- For the daily new believers that we try to help grow in their new faith.
- For the protection and guidance of all the staff and volunteers. Many are struggling themselves with various life situations. Sometimes it seems as though working with this ministry results in a large target being placed on your back for Satan to shoot flaming arrows at. Pray that God would give each of us courage and strength for the work, and that He would provide generously for each of our needs.
Thank you so much for all your prayers for us. We could not continue in this ministry without dedicated people standing with us and interceding for us.
All the best,
James (and Carolanne) Warkentin