Coming Home – Doug

“I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now.” Philippians 1:3-5

We’re coming home. It is bittersweet as we have to say farewell for now to our new friends. The team is grateful for the opportunity to partner with such godly brothers and sisters here in Albania. We are encouraged by what we have seen and heard. The Via Egnatia road is alive with the gospel and souls are being won for Christ. Upstart churches are emerging along the route and the number of new converts is increasing. The churches in Durres and Sukth make steady progress as they are working hard to break-up the fallow ground in their communities.

God’s Kingdom in the Balkans is steadily being built in His time. What we all need to do going forward is to pray for people in the Balkans to hear a clear, concise gospel message and that souls will be added to the kingdom. On behalf of the team I would like to thank all those who have prayed for us and supported us financially as this trip would not be possible without you.

Doug

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3 responses to “Coming Home – Doug

  1. Thank you all for the updates. It has been a blessing to read about the kingdom work the team has been performing this past week or so.

  2. Doug, Thank you for this report about Albania. I did not realize how far along the work has progressed! Oh, for more harvesters!
    Thank you for your service.
    Mike

  3. Thanks for the praiseworthy reports this week, for going to Albania and supporting God’s Kingdom work in that corner of the world.

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