Italy and Slovenia Ministry Report / Spring 2008


I have some tremendous young friends there and we have tentatively planned other evangelistic events and missionary excursions. On Sunday morning I preached to a packed house on the subject, “Making the Good Thing Happen” and the feeding of the five thousand. We had many visitors in attendance and it seems that the crowd was aroused to fresh Christian commitment and service. It is very easy to tire out in places like this. Day in and day out there is absolutely no fruit.


 They sow and sow and seemingly little comes from it. My little visits, for what they are, provide a tremendous encouragement for my weary fellow workers in this region of the world. In fact these young people took up an offering to give to me. Though not a huge amount of money in US terms it was a demonstration of their participation in my ministry and appreciation for my visit. I am so sorry that you are not able to know them as I do. These people are incredible. Everything is against them, friends, culture, religion, philosophy, morals and even their families and still they stand.

We arrived late into Parma and picked up at the train
station after10:30 at night. Hot and tired from ten hours of travel we looked forward to the National holiday and a day of rest on Monday.

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