A Family in Central Asia

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“Let our hearts be filled with the assurance that prayer offered in living faith in the living God will bring certain and abundant answer.” – Andrew Murray

Missions is not a solitary effort. Our men, women, and families depend upon your prayers on behalf of their people and ministries. Each Tuesday you can invest in a missionary through prayer as we highlight their work and needs. Join with the CGCS in this incredible opportunity to touch the nations and to encourage our SEBTS international missionaries.

Today, join with us in prayer for a family faithfully serving in Central Asia. You can keep regular contact with the IMB’s efforts in Central Asia through the twitter handle @pray4ca. Here’s an excerpt from the family’s latest update:

I was encouraged this morning from the Scriptures (Deut. 20) to not fear for the Lord is with us. I pray that we all will press on in Christ not fearing man, but God.

On the horizon, I will travel to a men’s meeting in November. Pray that it will be an encouraging and helpful time and that all will be well with my wife and the kids at home. Other than that, we should have a fairly low-key few months of “normal” life. Pray that we would make much of the upcoming holiday season to share hope in Christ.

We continue to meet with our believing friend here for worship and study. Pray that we would all be built up in Christ by our times together. Also, ask for wisdom as we make decisions.

We are praying that God will save someone through the ministry of our team by the end of the year. Will you join us in praying for that? Our teammate had a great opportunity to share deeply with a friend recently. Pray for this individual.

We rejoice in your partnership in the Gospel. Thank you!

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Greg Mathias Contributor
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Greg Mathias serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Great Commission Studies. His area of focus is international missions, and Greg works closely with our students who desire to serve in this context.
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