Published On: Wed, Jul 29th, 2015

Ministry Update: ECS Ministries – July 27, 2015

ecs-logo300x300medDear Brethren,

Thank you for continuing to pray for the many aspects of ECS Ministries.

Please remember to continue to pray for the workers in Ukraine, India, South Africa,Pakistan, Nepal, Jordan, and Egypt.

Prayer Items

Please continue to pray for the search for a new Executive Director to replace Rob Tyler who will be retiring next year. Click here to see a letter from the Board President.

Pray for the safety of the National Directors and workers in Egypt and Nigeria.

Bulgaria – Markar Mardirossian
Pray for more people helping. Praise the Lord, for we have started this year with good numbers of sent out courses. Pray for better completion numbers. May God lead us and show us the way!

South Sudan – Degefa Sedoro
Praise God that on July 19, 2015 they graduated 68 students from Level 1. “Praise the Lord we have a victorious start to ECS in South Sudan in 13 Evangelical Churches of Khartoum.”

Zambia – Marilyn Campbell
Praise the Lord; we have received permission to visit in the Maximum Security Prison in Kabwe! The Chaplain and the Commander were transferred from our region, so we have worked with them before. Pray the ministry starts well!

Ica, PerĂº
Pray for a special conference in this southern city over their independence holiday, in which they are inviting all the former ECS students from the region. Pray that many will start again. There are many new courses in Spanish now.

Oklahoma – Ron Goossen
“We received the reward of Josiah officially becoming adopted. Thank you for your prayers through all of this, and rejoice with us as we praise God for what He has done. We ask that you continue to pray with us and for us that we will be the parents that Josiah needs — that we will raise him in the way God would have us, and that Josiah will honor God with his life.”

Chaplain Charles Noland from Halawa Correctional Facility in Hawaii wrote a letter to ECS asking about using courses there. Pray that Chaplain Noland may be a good contact to expand the ministry work.

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