Missions Updates
& Church Plants
March 19, 2020

As I write this, Linda and I are sequestered in our home. We flew back from Arizona last week on a packed plane and thought it prudent to self-quarantine. These are unprecedented days and we are committed to pray for you and your church. You are continuously in our thoughts. For your information…
·      All public meetings in the Missions department have been postponed through April.
I will keep you posted on a weekly basis through the Missions Update.
·       I will continue to be available via cell phone conversation. 
. My number is 715-897-5840. 
·       If you are in the process of planting a church, please follow the CDC recommendation for gathering people.
·       Please, please, please take calls from our Missionaries who are on furlough or have begun their itineration. Prayerfully consider monthly support and an offering. 
·       Please pray for Greg Mundis, executive director for AGWM. Greg has contracted the Coronavirus and has been placed on a ventilator. Greg is not breathing on his own and is now experiencing Kidney failure. Greg is in need of a miracle. Please pray!
“For God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7 Our God is in control!


Please participate in AGWM
Superintendent Doug Clay's call for the Assemblies of God family to join in prayer. This will be hosted live on Facebook Friday, March 20 at 12pm CST.

With a concerned yet peaceful heart, I am asking for a ministry-wide call to prayer... specifically for our dear friend and Special Touch Ministry Leadership Team Member, Missionary Thomas Carpenter. Thomas, and his wife Angelia were exposed to the coronavirus and have been quarantined in their home the last several days. Yesterday, Thomas was admitted to the hospital and is currently in the CCU on a ventilator... PLEASE... I am asking you to pray for a quick and complete healing on Thomas's behalf. Pray that his body will be divinely strengthened to fight off this attack and that the hand of God will keep him comfortable in the process.