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Muindis’ July Letter

July 2019

Dear Beloved,

Furlough is a time to rest for the missionary, you say. As a missionary, I wish it was so. Having covered over thirteen specific states from Minnesota State to Florida State and from Washington State to Maryland State and the many others between, we really need that rest. After covering over 62,000 miles, we are tired and ready to go back to our mission field of Kenya. Please note our ever flowing thanks to you pastors and your families, family hosts, and church families for the supplies, encouragements, gifts, meals, cards, fellowships, and the lists is long. May our God graciously continue to grow you and use you to reach the unsaved around you and around the world. We sincerely love you all in Christ our Lord.

July 4, 2019 is your special day as a nation. As you rejoice with those around you that day, remember the redemption given to us through Christ. Remember that we have peace with God due to the divine sacrifice at Calvary. Also remember your friends, coworkers, Kenyan family, and missionaries in prayers as they fly back to Kenya. We safely and harmoniously transition back, and then Ian and Regina will be coming back for school after three weeks.

June 2019 has been a blessed month with an opportunity to take two classes at FBTS in Ankeny, Iowa and then attending the GARBC conference in Des Moines, Iowa. It is my joy every time on furlough to take at least a class or two and learn along with others and from those who have gained experience in ministry. Please continue to pray that our training of our fellow Kenyans in ministry will always be fruitful.

Please do not forget to note our change of address, but the same email address.

Email remains: stediarrem@gmail.com

Address changes to:
Stephen Muindi or Edna Muindi or Rena Muindi
P.O. Box 987 – 30100
ELDORET, KENYA

We will always love to hear from you and most of all pray for how the Lord may use you in this ministry and come to help if possible. Pray faithfully, serve faithfully, seek opportunities faithfully, strive to be used to invest in someone else, and the Lord will truly bless. We look forward to seeing you in Kenya, back here in the States, or in the heavens. Remember what Jesus says, “Follow Me!”

In His Care,
Stephen & Edna Muindi
Ian, Regina, Rena

Matthew 4:19

 

 

The Daytons In June 2019

June 2019

The Canters’ Letter

May 2019

Dear Friends, Prayer Warriors, Loved Ones, and Supporting Churches:

He that hath a bountiful eye shall be blessed;
For he giveth of his bread to the poor.
Pnov 22:9

Our Easter service was a huge success this year. We normally have a special party for the children on Saturday. This year we held it Sunday so that the parents could attend the church service. We had a total of forty-one attending; several were first-time visitors. We had games outside for the children and a craft of the resurrection inside. We then held our Sunday morning service.

For Easter, one of our ladies, Mrs. B brought her unsaved friend Ms. J. After the service Mrs. B asked her friend if she understood the reason for the resurrection and if she wanted to be saved. They went upstairs away from the large crowd, and she was able to lead her friend in the sinner’s prayer. Praise God! Please be in prayer for Ms J’s spiritual growth.

Mother’s Day is always a special occasion. This is true even in Japan. We had one mother and her three children return from the Easter Service to attend. That was an unexpected blessing. The men stepped up to the plate and cooked the weekly Sunday meal. From what we could determine, the salad, meal, and pie were a huge hit. One of the men made the comment while cleaning up, “Maybe we should not have made it so good! They will ask us to do this more often.” Most likely, the ladies were being careful not to bruise our egos.

I have started teaching a series, “Wine and the Bible.” Drinking alcohol is quite socially accepted in Japan. Pray that I will be able to teach with a sensitive heart. Pray that they will use the lessons to make wise choices in their own lives.

Again, thank you for your continued prayers!

In your service for HIS Service,
Steve and Kimiyo

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