September – 2015

Dear Friends, here is our September, 2015 Furlough Report:

Church Visitation: Since our last letter to you we have been busy continuing to report to supporting churches in Colorado and Wyoming. We appreciate so much each Pastor and Congregation for your interest and encouragement.

Three adults have made professions of faith in these services, two men and a dear lady. God is good!

Next week we will launch out on another tour, visiting Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. Thank you for praying for our health, strength and protection on these journeys.

News from Chile: We have received sad news about the youth camp that our churches use at Aculeo Lake. The young people of the Macul Church were at the camp during winter recess when an early morning fire broke out in one of the four rows of cabins. Six units were completely destroyed. The Lord is good – no one was injured.

Several national pastors have met and agreed to work on raising the funds necessary to rebuild the cabins. Please pray for them as they work together in this endeavor.

Personal News: It is wonderful to be able to spend more time this summer closer to home here in Colorado. We are so thankful for the gift of time with family and friends. And it has been special to be able to attend some services of our sending church, First Baptist Church of Englewood and hear Pastor Clifton Mizer preach.

We are especially glad that Dave’s brother, Phil, has been able to visit here from Georgia. He lost his wife, Jana, on May 21st. She was only 54 years old. They have served the Lord together for many years, and this is a hard time for him. We would ask you to pray for Phil, his beautiful family and his future ministry.

Thank you for your continued prayer and support. We appreciate you so very much! May the Lord bless each one in the days to come.

Dave and Peggy