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A Busy Month!

It just does not seem possible that we have been in Estonia for four weeks already, and are halfway through this assignment. So much time has been spent getting reconnected with some of our old contacts and friends. And we have made many new ones already.

Sunday services here in the church in Tallinn have been filled with such an awesome presence of the Holy Ghost! A big change from our time here four years ago is the Worship Leading of Bro. Sander Mandre. Every Sunday he has done a magnificent job of leading us into a wonderful time of worship. This past Sunday the weather was quite warm, so we had the windows open in the space we are renting. Even with the presence of a steady rain, I noticed several people stopping outside the building to listen as we worshipped in song.

Recently, we were honored to drive to the far Eastern edge of Estonia (translated: the Russian border), to the city of Narva. Here on the ninth floor of an old Soviet-style apartment building we met with a wonderful group of people who love to spend time in worship and prayer. These people certainly know how to pray! Following the ministry of the Word, we moved into a time of prayer…and it was an intense time of prayer. You could feel God meeting with us in a great way. This group is ready to see Revival in their city! Please join with us in prayer for Narva!

This past weekend, following our Sunday service, we drove down south to Tartu, Estonia to celebrate Nannette’s birthday and our 35th Anniversary. This was another great opportunity to see more of this beautiful country and to learn more of its history. We were thankful for this short, but exciting time exploring a new city.

I shared with the church on Sunday that I can feel some breaking in the spirit world happening, especially in the immediate vicinity of the Culture Center where we are currently meeting. The evidence was seen as the people stopped to listen to our worship. I shared with Missionary Turner that continued revival is going to happen in this city and in this country!

Please continue to pray for this work here, as well as the country of Estonia. All of us are aware of the current headlines and this can be the source of a great deal of anxiety for a people who have spent so much of their long and storied history being occupied by other nations. We are believing in a mighty Holy Ghost Outpouring to continue to happen in the Baltic States!

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