Dear family, brothers and sisters in Christ,
Greetings from Canada! October 10th is Canadian Thanksgiving Day. As we reflect on the past year we have so much to be thankful for. We have a sound mind and good health despite some minor problems because of old age. Love and care from family members give us joy. Friends and church families are our encouragement and support. The leaders of our mission board are always there to encourage and give us advice. Most of all God our Father loves us and He is always with us. When we feel defeated and helpless, we can claim our Lord Jesus victory. The Holy Spirit’s still small voice comforts us and convicts of our sins so that we can repent.
In our last newsletter we asked for prayer that the church members of Living Stone Church would thirst for God’s words. Praise God that our Khmer staff, Phalla and Savy have started 2 Bible study groups for young people after church. May they have wisdom and power to bring forth His words and the young people will keep His words in their hearts and apply them in their lives.
Thank you so much for upholding us in your prayer and supporting us in all areas. The following are our praise and prayer items:
- Angel Gao successfully submitted all the paperwork for the tax purposes of our mission, Cambodian Evangelist Mission, and was approved!
- The principal of New Life School gave our Sonlight Kindergarten a go ahead for our students to continue at their grade school.
- God gave us and Angel Gao the vision to train the teens. She has been planning a teen group on Saturday to teach them about life skills and values.
- Udom, our Bible School student, started a teen group after church.
- Our Khmer staff, Phalla and Savy need skills and wisdom to resolve conflicts in their marriage.
- Som Neang went back to her husband in August but recently she left again because he is taking drugs. Pray that God will protect her and 2 boys, and that her husband will know Jesus.
- Our kindergarten is still looking for 2 English teachers.
Thank you so much!
In His service,
Joseph and Liza Ng