Published On: Tue, Sep 8th, 2015

Ministry Update: ECS Ministries – Sep 07, 2015

ecs-logo300x300medDear Brethren,

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

Please remember to pray for the workers in Ukraine, India, South Africa, Pakistan, Nepal, Jordan, Egypt, Nigeria, and US prison ministry coordinators.

Prayer Items

South Africa – Marlon Govender
Marlon is now working full-time for ECS South Africa. “Please pray for our family as we take this huge step of faith in the Lord! We need to downsize in several ways: Pray for a quick sale of our house and car. Also for energy in the next few months as I need to buy an inexpensive house that will need major renovating and maintenance. All of this seems so overwhelming…..but we keep our eyes fixed on JESUS, the author and perfector of our faith, the One whose mercies are new every morning and great is HIS faithfulness.”

Texas – Rodger Turley
We have several dear volunteers who are fighting health issues. Please join with us in prayer for them: Alan W, Bonnie H, Katy H, Caitriona Q, all are hampered in the Lord’s work until their affliction is resolved.

Child Evangelism Fellowship is no longer providing their materials to adult inmates and they have sent some referrals on to ECS. Al will be mailing out their sign-up forms to our PCs who may pick up additional students!

California – Doug Crabb
The Lord is opening doors to take the teaching of the Word into two other facilities here in the high desert. The San Bernardino County Jail and the Desert View prison facility. These times with men behind bars are some of the most rewarding hours of the week. We value your prayers for the souls of men in these prison facilities. It is wonderful to see the Lord working in the lives of sinners.

ECS International Coordinator
Jim Fleming asks for prayer as he travels to Uganda and on to Nyankunde, D.R. Congo on Wednesday. Pray also for safety, health, and productive meetings introducing the new Congo-Swahili courses at the Nyankunde base. Pray that many people come from other towns for training to expand the work.

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