2013-11-27

Published on 11/28/13

Dear friends and supporters,

Thank you for being our co-workers by means of prayer and giving.

Last week was filled with preparations for our International Thanksgiving Dinner, which we had on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Each evening our home was filled with around 25 people—81 total. It was a time of relaxed friendship, which will most likely result in evangelistic relationships and evangelistic Bible studies. We met several of our current members for the first time at past dinners. Please pray that our new friends will become new brothers and sisters in the Lord.

Our current intern, Audrey Smiley, will be with us for three more weeks. She has done well, and I think she has been changed by being here. Next month, Tim Reid with his wife, Katie, and his two children will be moving to the Boston area in order to start his internship with us in January. Please pray that our interns will become city ministers.

December will be filled with making Christ known. Deb will be teaching her friends how to make Christmas cookies, and I will be leading our congregation in the worship of our Savior. We have multiple Bible studies most days of the week. Life is full, and we are content.

Several churches and individuals have inquired about our support needs. This is very encouraging. We cherish the relationship we have with our supporters. There is something very personal and meaningful that happens when an individual or a local church decides to join us by way of giving to the Boston ministry. We become partners in the work of God. Together we are able to share the gospel to the world that is in Boston, so that the world outside of Boston might hear and be saved. Deb and I are doing well, and God is caring for our every need, but there is the opportunity for some to join us in this work financially.

If you are interested in our financial ministry needs you can visit our Supporters Website where you will find more information than you may have ever wanted.

We love you,

Bill and Deb