Pastor A

Recent Ministry

These last few months have been a blessing in our ministry. Several short-term teams came to assist us in our work. One of my main focuses right now is to look for and equipped leaders to take more responsibility for ministering in the house groups. Pray earnestly with me for the Lord to show us who will fulfill this role and to give us the ability to equip them well for their tasks.

  • Pray for leaders to step up to serve their fellow believers.
  • Pray for wisdom and discernment for the pastor as he trains and equips believers to become leaders.
  • Pray for the believers in our house groups to be encouraged by their fellowship together and their study of God’s Word.

I traveled with a few of the members of our team to a country nearby to help with a medical ministry event for refugees. Our responsibility was to follow up with the patients by sharing the gospel with them. This location was very ripe for the harvest, as evidenced by thirty people confessing Jesus as their Lord. This is unheard of for this part of the world. We are so grateful to see this happen. Praise God!

  • Pray for these new believers to stand firm in their faith and to connect with other believers and grow in their new faith.

Praise God for the abundant harvest!

  • Pray for safety in the ministry.
  • Pray for God to open doors for the gospel and to give us the strength and energy we need to minister in the opportunities He provides us.

Pastor A Ministry

(Editors Note: Names and places have been changed or redacted due to government persecution.)

Pastor A first began church planting in 2016. The congregation, he pastors, has steadily grown, and Pastor A now has a team of future church planters and leaders that he is training. Due to government persecution and adversity from the local population reports are limited, and some names or places may be redacted or changed. Thanks to your support of White Fields we can equip Pastor A with the means to minister effectively in a difficult area. Join us in supporting and praying for Pastor A and his team.

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