Thank you for your prayers this week as we have been ministering to the campers. This week has been challenging but we have learned a lot through this week and the challenges we experienced, (ie luggage that missed our flight due to a delay) and I know the Lord has helped us through it all. This year has been my (Hannah) 4th year to WOL Hungary. I have learned a lot. It has been a blessing to get to know my team members. It also has been a blessing getting to know the campers and new faces this week. Yesterday (Wednesday) I was able to share my testimony/adoption story with our English group. I didn’t have much time to prepare but it went well.
I (Gail) am amazed how to the Lord orchestrates the salvation of His children. A testimony here (baseball, football, English classes, and camp fires), sharing the gospel here, there and everywhere (baseball, football, English classes. restrooms, Bible hour, dramatic skits, and dorm rooms)! Sending people across the globe to teach and to instruct. Prayers are lifted up months in advance, garage sales are planned, and are carried out in miraculous ways all for the salvation of a soul. O how He loves us so! Four days down, one to go. Please pray for those who have not yet heard, have not yet seen, and have not yet understood.
I (Hannah) feel like the Lord has worked in so many ways for myself and my team. This week has to be one of my favorite weeks this summer. Please be in prayer for us on Saturday as we travel home. Like Brooks said, “The mission doesn’t stop here”. At home you will always find an opportunity to share the gospel.
How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!” Romans 10:14-15
Gail Rodgers and Hannah Regier