Driven To My Knees
Abraham Lincoln once said, “I have been driven many times upon my
knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had no where else to go.
My own wisdom and that of all about me insufficient for that day.”
That has resonated with me personally as of late. Not because things
are difficult, but rather because they are busy and overwhelming. So
much is going on at ServLife, and I find myself struggling to keep up.
There is always more to be done, and I am easily overwhelmed these
days. I am driven to my knees.
In this newsletter we want to give you a quick snapshot of all that is
going on so that you are in the loop and can pray and support what
God is doing. If you have any questions about any of this, always feel
free to contact me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for
your prayers and support.
In both India and Nepal school is underway
and the children are doing great and have
already completed their first term exams.
Your sponsorships make their education
possible, and about 50 children still need
sponsored. If you are not yet a sponsor,
please consider donating $30/mo and caring
for a child today: Sponsor here.
India recently celebrated their Independence
Day and the children gathered for a special
morning ceremony led by Director Albert Das.
India Children’s Home
The first floor of the children’s home in India is almost completed and
should be ready for the kids to move in before the end of the year. Pray
that it is completed soon and the $40,000 necessary to finish gets fully
funded. Donate today to support this work.
The son of India Director Albert Das, Paul Das, has been attending
college in California and is now entering his second year. God is working
in Paul’s life and giving him an education beyond what he is doing formally
in college. Paul is growing in his intimacy with Christ, and was baptized
in June of this year!
We are trying to fund Paul’s second year of college and need your help.
Read more here and help us support this family that has given so much
to the service of God’s Kingdom. We can be a part of helping to launch this
young man on to great things as God continues to shape and mold his heart
11 men and 2 women from all over Nepal have gathered in Kathmandu for
this year’s Pastor Training School. Director Lazarus Thulung describes
them as “very mature and growing in their passion for ministry. We are
busy in teaching and modeling them in their personal life.”
The India Pastor Training School has also started with 8 students. Please
pray for these students, that God would equip them for the ministry He has
called them to.
Adam and Rachel have been very busy in the office working on a variety of
projects, including a brand refresh and new website that will roll out before
the end of the year. Adam has been traveling to California and Texas recently,
visiting with donors and churches. If you would like to personally meet with
Adam or have him share with your church, please contact email@example.com
Go! with ServLife and make disciples
in this world of need…
+ Contact us to learn more about short-term and volunteer opportunities.
+ Help us train and send a church planter to the frontiers of the gospel. Make a
+ Make a difference in the life of a child. Give hope. Become a ServLife
+ Serve the poor through micro-lending. Give to the Hope Fund
Thank you for letting us share what is happening
in the world through ServLife . . .
together with you!