Gayle’s* sister, Sue*, had been in contact with me through WhatsApp throughout the lockdown period, and I was finally able to go and see her
Still new in the making, I recently began working with a believing Kurdish lady to begin an artisan group through World Crafts.
I recently communicated the gospel to two men who have been coming to our church gatherings. One claims to be a believer, but I see very little evidence of genuine faith.
Recently, I was blessed to share the gospel with Erin*. I went to her house, and she brought up the riots and the George Floyd situation in America. That led to us talking about racism and some of the problems of the world.
My wife and I had been wanting to share the gospel with Fetin* for two years, but since she worked as a hairdresser, she was always very busy. Even on her day off, customers would come to her house to have their hair done, so we were were only able to spend time with her children.
There is a group of pastors who meet on Saturday mornings for prayer. This past week the focus was on Zazas and Kurds, and what a blessing it was to hear pastors from the majority-language group in our country pray for Zazas and Kurds to come to Christ.