It’s been a while since we send news from All Nations Church.

Indeed, we had a very busy summer.

Usually this season is a very interesting for our church because we say goodbye to some of the people who have been with us for a long time. As you already know we have a lot of students and they usually graduate around this period of the year. So this year we sent out more than 10 graduates, many of them were involved in ministry.

We had our summer camp in July where 2 people made a deeper commitment to Christ through water baptism.

On August we had a men’s camp in Elama.

This summer also our church was involved in a big Christian camp in Elama, which gathered around 130 children from different churches and secular organisations in the city. Some of our young people were serving there as educators and I had an opportunity to share the word of God. There were testimonies of what God did in the life of these kids. Some of the children accepted Christ as their Lord and saviour.

We had some other outdoor activities with the youth and the students.

In September we started a new season with the hope to see new students and new people will be joining the church.

We resumed our Bible course for this coming season. We hope to finish this program in December and start a new group in spring.

This summer we saw a new commitment to prayer raising in the church. A group of French speaking brothers and sister started to gather for prayer and intercession for the church and for the city.

We also resumed our prayer for the nations. Taking a couple of weeks praying for a particular country.

God has been faithful answering our prayers. For this last month of September, our outreach and evangelism team has been coming with testimonies of people giving their lives to Christ. For a long period we have been going to preach the gospel on the street without any good result.  Every Saturday they’ll tell stories of people they witness to. About 5 people accepted Jesus in their heart. Please pray for all these new Christian to join the church and to see changes in their lives.

Finally we want to thank all of you for your prayers and also for your financial support to our ministry.

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