Grace at Grace!

This past weekend Phil returned on his own to the area where he grew up.  Carolyn had to work on Saturday and was unable to make the trip.  On Sunday Phil Spoke at Grace Evangelical Missionary Church in Killaloe, Ontario.  It was a wonderful time connecting with people he hadn’t seen since he was very young.

Grace EMC
Grace EMC

Thank you Grace EMC for the opportunity to share our mission and ministry to Mexico!  It was great to hear what God is doing in your midst.  What an exciting opportunity to make use of the property next to the church for a park!  And, we pray blessings on your youth ministry as you come along side young people in the community!

Thanks for your hospitality and support!

Phil Spoke on the GPS for the Christian from Luke 10:2:

  • G – The Goal is the Harvest – Keep our eyes on the Harvest – His Harvest
  • P – The Prayer is for Labourers – Keep our hearts in Prayer – for the Labourers
  • S – The Sent work toward the Harvest – Keep our strength by Supporting God’s work any way we can!
Some of the leaders from Grace EMC
Some of the leaders from Grace EMC

Blessings as you seek to do your part in the work God has called us to do in making disciples for Christ!  Thanks again Floyd & Elaine for your hospitality!

Lord, let my heart be broken by the things that break your heart!

A group of young Adults from a Leadership Training camp nearby.
A group of young Adults from a Leadership Training camp nearby that attended the service.


1 Comment Leave a comment

  1. It was great having you in Rockingham, Phil, and also at our church in Killaloe. We missed you, Carolyn, maybe next time!! We pray God’s blessings as you raise your support to work in Mexico.

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