A long time coming…

Firstly I want to apologize for taking so long to write this newsletter. I have now celebrated my 4th month back in Cambodia and some weeks the time just flies by.  I have just had my parents here in Cambodia for 3 wonderful weeks and we have been super busy.

But it is good to sit and write and reflect on all that has happened in November.  Here are some updates on the different ministries at Elim Cambodia.

Early Learning Centre

The ELC was  blessed with a gift from the UK which they recently used to purchase new playground equipment for the children.  The new play equipment is bright coloured, fun and age appropriate for the children.  The first day that the children went to the new playground there were screams of laughter and fun from them and from the staff.  Thank you to the school in the UK whose children raised this money.  The children and staff in Cambodia are very grateful for you.

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Nita with the new play equipment

Next week we will be taking the Preschool children to Phnom Penh Safari.  This will be their first outing and we are really looking forward to this experience for both the staff and children. Please pray for the safety of the children.  We go on Thursday this coming week.  I look forward to posting pictures soon of our time at the Safari.


This past month in Befree has been busy as the girls have been working hard to finish some Christmas decorations that are being sent to the UK for the Christmas season. Sokim and one of the girls did a Befree stall in Cambodia at the start of the month and they did so well to share about the vision of Befree and make a lovely stall for all the beautiful Befree items.

Church Planting

This past week the first official training session took place for pastors and leaders in Cambodia.  This was follow up from the previous training in October.  The reports from this past week have been really encouraging and all of the pastors and leaders are still in unison with their desire to see Cambodia come to know about Jesus and that every village would have a church planted in it.  The next session will take place in February 2020.  Please pray for these leaders as they go back to their provinces and carry out the training that they have learnt this week.

English Classes

Monday and Thursday evening English classes are going well and the students are still coming along.  Please continue to pray as we look forward to the new year and what way we can develop and grow this ministry.  All the staff in Befree and the Early Learning Centre are still eager to learn more English.  The children are continuing to move through the curriculum that has been set up for them to learn English.

Finally I want to finish by sharing about by time with my parents in Cambodia.  Now that they have gone home I feel quite sad and a little bit lonely after we spent 3 amazing weeks together. It feels a little like a dream that they were here seeing my world here and enjoying everything in Cambodia.  We were able to visit Kep and Siem Reap which are both beautiful and really interesting places in Cambodia.  My Mum and Dad really embraced Cambodia and took on the adventure that everyday here has to offer.

From the word go everything was an adventure.  Their suitcases did not arrive in Phnom Penh so we had a fun first morning picking up some essentials in the Russian Market.  We traveled around in Tuk tuks everyday and Mum and Dad both had a ride on the back of a moto which they both enjoyed.  My parents said that they fell in love with the Khmer people.  Every person that they met was super friendly and welcoming to them.  They were able to spend a lot of time at Elim which was really special for me to introduce my parents to my Khmer family here. They loved being greeted by the smiling and wonderful kids at the ELC.  Time in Befree was so special for my parents to meet the precious girls there and see this ministry in real life as it is somewhere they have heard many people talk about for so long.  My Mum shared her testimony in Befree and really encouraged the girls that the same God who healed her many years ago is the same God today that loves and cares about them.  My Dad preached one Sunday morning in Church, even with a short power cut he was able to boldly share what God had laid on his heart. He shared from Matthew 6 and encouraged us to fix our eyes on Jesus and seek his kingdom first and everything else would be taken care of.  We had many laughs together and special times. We also cried together as we witnessed the sadness and brokeness that some people are facing.  A highlight for us all was joining Pastor Piset and Roger in Kep as they went to visit a family in one of the villages.  God’s presence was mighty with us that day and he really ministered to all of us and that particular family.

I can’t believe their time in Cambodia is already over but I am so so thankful that my Mum and Dad were able to come here. I am thankful we had no sick tummies and God really looked after us all and gave us a great time together.  Thank you to my Mum and Dad for being so generous and kind to everyone you met here. Thank you for caring about Cambodia and the people here. You are both so important to me and I am where I am today because of your leading, guidance and love.  They are now safely home in Northern Ireland and they are tired and freezing! Please pray for them as they adjust to life back at home and process this whole experience.


3 months back in Cambodia

This month marks 3 months for me living back in Cambodia.  I want to share with you a few photographs of everyday sights here in Cambodia. Often I forget that these things are not what I normally experience or see in the UK, so I hope you enjoy a glimpse into what goes on in the streets of Cambodia.


3 men and a chair on the back of the moto


These 2 men stopped to secure the items on their trailer


These past 2 weeks have been busy and they have seen a change in the guesthouse. The team from New Zealand who have been living in the Guesthouse for the past 2 months have gone to visit some other places in Cambodia and last Saturday a lovely team of ladies from Northern Ireland arrived.  They are here to support and work alongside different organisations and they have already been encouraging and such a great help in the ELC and in Befree.

Last week I had the privilege to go back down to Kep and see the work that is happening with the church planting team there.  I love Kep and I think it may be one of my favourite places in Cambodia. It is a lot quieter than Phnom Penh and it is by the coast so the beach is beautiful and life is much calmer there.  I traveled down on Thursday with the Church planting team.  Roger was moving some of his belongings to Kep, including these bags we managed to fit all the team and Roger’s moto into the church mini van so we had a successful start to our journey.  That afternoon we headed to one of the villages that the Elim church in Kep has been visiting.  It is hard to justly put into words how special that was.  I was told the story of one lady that we were going to visit.  She had been seen as an outcast for many years by the villagers and people said she was possessed and hadn’t washed in a long time.  One of ladies on the church planting team had a dream and seen the road where this lady lived in her dream.  So she went with her husband to this road and while they were praying they seen the lady outside her home.  They went to see her and prayed with her and they bathed her.  After this they said that whatever had possessed the lady was gone and from then she has been free and has been looking after herself.  This lady has now opened her home for the team to come into and teach the bible.  Please pray for this lady that as she opens her home and listens to the teaching that she will choose to accept Jesus as her Lord and saviour.  It was amazing to watch the team love the people that we met that day. It is not an easy journey to get to the villages and the mini van held out well as we drove over difficult roads and tried to avoid the large potholes.  Walking through the rice fields to get to people’s houses is beautiful and I really felt God’s presence with us as we went.  The second lady we met was prayed for by Pastor Chamnap and a lady from the team.  She wanted to ask God for forgiveness but worried that she wouldn’t remember speaking to God as her memory was bad.  Ps. Chamnap said to her not to worry and that God knows her heart and that she is sincere in what she is praying for. As you read these stories about Cambodia please do take time to pray for these people. Your prayers are so valuable for this work.  That day I just kept thanking God that I got to witness His work in Kep.

We traveled back to Phnom Penh on Friday and the next day there was a worship workshop led by Roger and Pastor Sarak at church.  Some of the young people and Pastor Piset from Kep traveled to the city for this training.  It was a great morning that reminded us that when we come to worship God he is our audience and desires to see us worship him with our whole hearts.

Sokhom, who is the manager of the Early learning center returned to work this week after maternity leave.  Everyone is delighted to have her back as she is such an encouragement and a wonderful leader in the ELC.


Sokhom and Nita

Prayer points for this next week.

  • This Sunday will be the end of the month Men and Women’s morning in church and we will have pot luck lunch together afterwards.
  • Please continue to pray for the evening English classes. We have had 2 new students join this past week which is encouraging.
  • Befree will be doing a craft fair early next week in Kep.  They will be setting up a stall and selling some of the Befree items.


Thank you for taking time to read about what is happening in Cambodia.


God Bless, Love Sophie


We have a vision

What a busy 2 weeks it has been. I want to start by thanking you all for your prayers for the Church Planting vision conference that took place last week at the church.  It was a defining and special time for all who were involved. On Tuesday morning Bhab Ghale who is the national leader of Elim in Nepal arrived at the guesthouse.  He brought with him some local tea and sweets from Nepal that we all enjoyed tasting.  That evening Steve Kempton, who is a pastor in the UK and was in Nepal serving with his family as missionaries for a number of years, also arrived here.  These men did the main training for the conference and worked alongside Pastor Chamnap to help share their own experience of church planting and people coming to know Christ throughout Nepal.

On Wednesday women and men who traveled from different provinces in Cambodia arrived in Phnom Penh. Some of them traveled for over 7 hours to attend this training. What an example this was of how important this vision is to them and how they want to share Jesus with people in their country.  That night the training began.  One of the opening worship songs was entitled “We have a vision” and the lyrics are about winning the nation for Jesus and that we all share this same vision. God’s presence was very tangible and there was a great sense of the holy spirit with us all.  The next few days were filled with lots of training from Bhab, Steve, Chamnap and Sarak.  One of the highlights over the few days was when everyone gathered together to pray for the provinces in Cambodia.  The church had printed a large map of Cambodia with the different provinces labelled to help people visualize the different areas as they were praying.  There were 35 pastors and leaders who attended the conference and they represented 12 out of the 25 provinces in Cambodia.  Please pray for all the people who were involved in this conference.  They have all committed to return for the future sessions.  They have committed to pray for each other and work together to see the people of Cambodia come to know Jesus. The next training session will take place at the end of November.


There was a huge team of helpers from Elim who got up early and stayed after work to help with the organisation of the conference.  I have to mention 2 wonderful ladies, Chanra and Sou who made all the food for the few days. They made sure that we all ate very well.  The team at Elim have big servant hearts and this training could not have happened without all of their help.


Chanra and Sou

On Sunday and at the prayer meeting on Wednesday, Nita preached both times. She is such a gifted speaker and God really used her to encourage the church and remind us that we walk by faith in God and that God is a God of peace and that we can ask him at any time to give us peace in our minds and in our lives.

Two new girls have joined Befree this month. There are now seven girls in the programme.  All of the girls are busy preparing Christmas items, learning Khmer and studying English.  On Friday afternoon they enjoyed a devotion led by Katie – our volunteer who has been helping from New Zealand. The girls had lots of questions afterwards about the character of God and how we can approach God with confidence through prayer.

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This coming week one of the church members, Roger will move to Kep and work alongside Pastor Piset at the Elim church there.  On Thursday, with the church planting team, he will move his belongings to Kep.  Then on Friday afternoon he will return to Phnom Penh as next Saturday, Roger along with Pastor Sarak, will lead a worship training day for the worship team members from Phnom Penh and Kep.  Please remember Roger’s wife Mayann who is finishing her teaching contract later this month and hoping to move to Kep to join Roger soon.  They are from the Philippines and have both served and been part of Elim in Phnom Penh for a number of years.

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Roger and Mayann

Thank you for your continued support and prayers for all that God is doing in Cambodia.


Love and massive blessings,


Only you

This newsletter is entitled with the name of a Khmer song that we sang at the prayer meeting this week.  It talks about Jesus being the only one that we need and that He will satisfy us.  It talks about His power to restore things from ashes to beauty.  If you get a chance you should listen to it. You can find it on You Tube if you use “Only You – New Life Khmer”.  The words of this song have been extremely encouraging and uplifting for me especially during this week.

Now the city is very quiet, most of the shops, restaurants and businesses have closed for the Pchum Benh holiday.  Most families have gone back to the provinces to be with their family.  This weekend I look forward to spending some time with church family who have stayed in the city.  Tomorrow at church we will have a normal service and then have lunch together for anyone who has stayed in Phnom Penh.  On Thursday afternoon after all the staff had finished work we gathered together to pray for them that they would be kept safe and well during their travels this weekend.


The past 2 weeks have been busy and productive with English classes.  Every Wednesday afternoon I teach the Early Learning Centre staff.  They come during the time that they would normally be resting so I appreciate their commitment and time to study.  They always bring lots of fun and laughter to the classroom.


ELC Staff

The evening classes are continuing with a steady number of students who are all eager to learn.  They are really sweet young people and we are continuing to pray for them that there will be a greater purpose in these classes and that they will come to know God.

For the past month I have been living in the guesthouse with a group of young people from New Zealand.  They are in Cambodia as part of a gap year programme.  It has been lovely to have such friendly people to share the house with. They have cooked some meals for me and have been supportive and encouraging of the work going on at Elim.  One of the team members, Katie, has been helping me with some English Classes in Befree. She has been a joy to teach with and has given ideas for ways we can improve English teaching and learning.  Thank you Katie for serving in Befree.

Last Friday afternoon Sokim, Nita and I went to celebrate with Sarak and Sophea as they had a graduation ceremony for a counselling course that they have both completed over this year.  This young couple are really good friends to me and they really inspire me.  They both lead so well and care about the community in which they live.  They want to see people come to know Jesus and now they have a real heart for counselling people and helping them journey through life. Please keep praying for their family. They have 2 young boys – Harry and Jonny.


Harry and Jonny


Sarak and Sophea

Next Week Elim will be hosting a Church Planting Conference.  This is to share their heart and vision for church planting in Cambodia and to train other people as they come on board with this journey.  This will be October 2nd – October 4th. Please pray for all the people who will be travelling for this conference and for the staff who are in the midst of organizing for this.  Pray for Pastor Chamnap as he leads this training and as he shares about what God has put on his heart.

Love and Blessings from Cambodia,







2 months in Cambodia

This is my first post as we try and join David and Esther’s previous blog and link it with my own.  I want to thank you all for your continued interest in the work of God in Cambodia.  For those of you who don’t know me my name is Sophie, I am 28 years old and I am from Northern Ireland. I am currently serving in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for 1 year with Elim missions. This is my 4th trip to Cambodia and this country has such an a big place in my heart and life.

I can’t believe I have now been in Cambodia for 2 months. Time flies so quickly and at the same time some days and weeks seem to go so slow.  Thank you to all my family and friends at home who have been praying for me and sending words of encouragement these past few weeks. Life here is amazing, colourful, rewarding and so full of joy.  At the same time each day can be very difficult, sometimes you can feel lonely and very overwhelmed by the complexities of people’s lives and the hard realities they have to face.  But I know that God is sovereign and sees absolutely everything that goes on in my life and other people’s lives so I am staying close to Him and trusting his guidance at all times.  I am really thankful to be living here.  Here are a few of the lovely faces I get to do life with in Cambodia.

English Classes

As I have finished my Khmer language study for this term, I have been able to resume the different things I have been doing at Elim.  I loved being back with the preschool children on Monday and Tuesday.  This week they were learning about different modes of transport.  The teachers in ELC are all so fun to work with and really care about the children they serve.  It makes my job so much easier as they are enthusiastic about the work they are doing.

In Befree this week I continued English lessons with the girls revising some of the previous English lessons we had done.  On Friday afternoon we went to an organisation with the girls for them to ask questions and consider this as a future place of employment after they finish their programme at Befree. Please be praying for the girls as they all think about their future. They won’t graduate from the Befree programme until early next year but it is good for them to consider what they will do next.  Please keep praying for the staff in Befree, Sokim, Sophea and Chantha.  They are a wonderful team and always have the girl’s best interests at heart.  Pray for strength and wisdom for them as they deal with everyday situations that arise.

Our English classes on Monday and Thursday evenings are going well. Every night we have had new students coming along and all of the previous ones have returned.  They are mostly all young people from the community.  In our lessons we focus on conversation skills which helps us to get to know the young people and build a relationship with them.  On Thursday night we had 13 students 🙂 Please be praying for each of them and for Sarak and I as we lead the classes.


This past week in church and at the prayer meeting we were all encouraged by the words that Pastor Chamnap and Dren shared with us.  We were reminded that as Christians we are in a spiritual battle and this is something that we need to pray and ask God for help with everyday.  Dren reminded us on Wednesday night that we have a light inside of us that we need to shine with our families and communities who do not know Jesus.  On Sunday Chamnap celebrated his birthday and he was surprised in church with a birthday cake from his lovely wife Nita.IMG_7125

Church Planting Team

The team will be going this Monday to Kep.  They spent some time on Friday travelling to a province.  At the minute the main focus is to share the vision of Elim Cambodia which is to see Cambodia won for Jesus Christ, through evangelism and that every village would have a church. At the beginning of October there will be a training conference taking place in Phnom Penh with leaders and Pastors from Cambodia to share this vision and ask people to join in prayer and practically help to see this vision become a reality.

In a just under 2 weeks time Cambodia will be celebrating Pchum Ben. This is a time when people will pay respects to their deceased family members.  In the streets you will see people burning money and pretend cars as a way of paying money to their families. I was in Cambodia last year during this time and it was heavy.  Please pray for the safety and protection of staff from Elim who will return to their provinces at this time that they will be able to share about their hope and freedom in Jesus and for those who stay in the city that they will be safe and know God’s presence with them at this time.

I want to finish by wishing 2 very important people Happy Birthday.  Next week my younger brother Sam will turn 24!! I am sad not to join you in person for the celebrations but know you are very loved and missed.  The 2nd person is my Aunt Linda who will celebrate a very special birthday the following week. Aunt Linda I love you and miss you and hope you have a wonderful birthday celebrating you.


Love and blessings from Cambodia, Sophie x

Cambodia it’s been a blast!

As I sit here writing our final blog from Cambodia we are so thankful first and foremost to God for choosing us to go. We have no regrets, God took us on the most amazing journey and we have loved every minute. Trust me it has had its trials, trials that brought us closer as a couple to God and each other, but through those trials we have watched God continue to build His kingdom and the team that is now leading the work.

Before we leave I want to let you know about one more person who has joined the team for at least the next year. Sophie Moore moved over to Cambodia about a month ago with the intention to work under Pastor Chamnap and the elders teaching English, assisting in the Be Free program and helping with the ELC as well. Sophie has no difficulty submitting to the leadership here and this was a massive part of the decision to bring her onboard. We are leaving to allow the Cambodians the opportunity to get on with the work running things themselves so it was imperative that the person that came to help came with a heart to serve and not to lead.


We have known Sophie since she was a very small child going to Campaigners in Bangor Elim church, she along with her Mum, Dad and brother Sam have been special friends for many years. Sophie now attends Coastlands Elim Church in Northern Ireland and joins the team here after having visited 3 times before. Sophie is special in so many ways and we urge you to pray for her and the work she will be part of. Sophie will be blogging about the ministries during her time here and we thought it might be a good idea for her to send the blog to you all at the start and if you want to opt out you can let her know. It will give you regular updates and things to continue to pray for, please know and understand the work is going to grow and thrive beyond measure under the Cambodian leadership and you won’t want to miss the news.  There is also a facebook page called Elim Cambodia which can be found here https://www.facebook.com/elimcambodia/  We would encourage you to like and follow to be kept up to date about the ongoing work.

We have said many times that we want to thank you all for following us, supporting us and being a part of our journey. Without the prayers and the finance we could not have survived and we will forever be grateful to you all.

We especially want to thank our families; our parents, brothers and sisters, our nephews and nieces, aunts,  uncles and cousins. You allowed us to go, we have missed so much of your lives; special birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, serious sicknesses and so much more.  We love and cherish you all and will make up for all the years we promise. Our friends that have remained through it all you know who you are, you cried with us, laughed with us, some came to taste and see, thank you for choosing to love and support us we cannot thank you enough.

Bangor Elim Church what legends you are.  We will forever be indebted to you all, Pastor Gary and Sonya Beattie, Pastor Davy and Fiona Beckett, the Elders, Ruth and Phil McKee and the amazing Missions team and all the members of the church past and present you are the best. We are so proud to be from such a wonderful church, we will always have Bangor Elim in our blood and look forward to popping in when we are over to see family, we really do love you all!

We want to thank everyone that has supported us, believed in us and shouted us on, you the readers have always made us feel like we have walked this journey with support and that has been such an encouragement even in the toughest moments. Elim Missions has been such a blessing to us as well, without the help and support of initially Chris Jones then Paul Hudson and now Iain Hesketh we wouldn’t have been able to be a part of  what we have seen happen. We appreciate, respect and love you all for believing in us and the team here. The team that has worked under these leaders has been so so helpful Julie, John, Mandy, Linda, Danny, Bobby, Naomi, Veronika, Keith, Judy, Jo, Kathy and the list goes on and on every single one of you have been a blessing.

Finally I want to remember two men who are now in glory that along with their wonderful wives have been such an influence to us, they taught us how to live our lives loving others while sharing about our Lord and Saviour. Pastor Bill Crawford and his amazing wife Maureen mean the world to us and we miss Bill so much, these guys were such a support throughout the last 25 years of our lives and I have no doubt that we are stronger people for having such amazing adopted parents. The second person was my Campaigner leader as a boy, my football coach growing up, my hero in so so many ways and he shared my love for Spurs. Charlie Davidson was and is a legend to so many and I thank God for his influence on my life.  Charlie and Margaret, his wife, just simply mean so much to us and their influence on how to lead and love people is inspirational. Charlie suffered most of his life with polio but never ever let it stop him, it’s not a coincidence I feel that my final hero Pastor Chamnap has the same debilitating illness of polio but yet in the same spirit he hammers on striving to bring Jesus to the nations.

I think you could say we have had the time of our lives, we leave with the ministries going strong and well, we thank God for that. It is because of God and your support that we now step into another new and exciting chapter as we join a fantastic church and leadership team in Southport England at Lakeside Elim. Pastor Richard we give you our word we will work tirelessly to help you reach Southport for Jesus and we thank you for allowing us to continue to be a big part of fund raising and supporting Cambodia Elim.  We are not abandoning the work or the team just taking up a new role and allowing the team here in Cambodia to flourish.

We look forward to celebrating with our church family and comunity tomorrow afternoon and giving God all the honour and glory for what we have been privileged to be a part of here in Cambodia.  Please pray for all of us as our departure is now days away, we will post on facebook and send messages to our media team of the two of us reunited with Meg and Ruby and also when we arrive at our new home in Southport.

Much love and God bless you all, David & Esther x

10 Days and Counting!

So here we are, this is our penultimate blog in Cambodia!  We have been blogging now for over 8 years with a total of 393 posts. Many of you have followed and journeyed with us most of the way and we thank you so much for that, you all are precious to us. It really has blessed us over the years knowing you are there shouting us on, praying for us and supporting us financially.  We pray God’s blessing is resting upon you and your family as you read this.

I cannot sum up our feelings right now.  We know we need to go, we know it is fast approaching but we love our family here so much.  It is breaking our hearts, yet in the midst of those feelings it feels so right. Right because the team are ready and right because what lies ahead for us in Southport is so exciting and has God all over it. We will be leaving Phnom Penh on the 20th August with Meg and Ruby, flying to Doha and then onto Paris. The dogs will be in the hold and that means we will both need a valium. Please pray we all arrive safe and sound in Paris and that there is no complications with the dogs’ pet passports etc. We will be picked up in Paris and driven the whole way up to Southport.

Over the last month we have introduced our key leaders but today I just wanted to quickly remind you of them all in order of leadership so you can pray for their families.


National Leader & Administrator

Pastor Chamnap and his wife Nita.  Please pray that they don’t feel isolated and that God gives them an extra portion of wisdom and patience. Pray for health and strength for them and their children Sarah 17, Naomi 8, Hadassah 3 and little Eli who is 15 months old.

City Church Pastor

Pastor Sarak and his wife Sophea who is a councillor in Be Free are an amazing couple who along with their children Harry and Jonny returned to Phnom Penh 18 months ago. Recently Sarak was appointed the senior Pastor in Phnom Penh Elim and is about to start a number of new things including English classes and cell groups.

Be Free Manager

Sokim is Be Free she lives it, breathes it and wants to see the captive heart set free and that is what she is helping make happen.   She loves and helps each girl individually during their 12 months in the program. Sokim is married to Somnang and has 2 children Chiera 9 and Daniel 19 months old. Pray for Sokim and her team as they help so many broken girls put their lives back together.

ELC Manager

Sokhom is so precious to us all, she has worked in the ELC for 14 years now and is our manager, she is so gifted at what she does and we are so thankful for her. She is married to Rith and they have three children Eden, Deborah and little Esther only born just over 2 weeks ago. Sokhom also leads up our Sunday School ministry.  Please pray for her to have strength and energy during her maternity leave and that she comes back firing on all cylinders in a couple of months.


Dren is one of our elders and church planters and is married to Chantha who is the sewing teacher in Be Free. They have two daughters Kanika and Maryna, both Dren and Chantha are a massive blessing to us. Please pray for health and strength especially for their children.

Visal is another one of our elders and he is married to Sopheavy, Visal is amazing at translation and is very valuable to our team. They have two daughters called Christma and Christna, born only 3 days ago. Please pray for them especially for this new little bundle of joy.

Church Planter

Sok is one of our church planting team and is an inspiration to us all in how she came through the Be Free program and is now a church planter. Sok is a single mum who loves her daughter Sophieya very much. Please pray that God will keep using Sok as she leads the kids clubs and the new cell group she has just started. Also for health and strength for both her and her daughter.

We have many more stars in our team but these are the ones who lead the ministries and the ones that need covering in prayer the most. As I said at the start it is so difficult to leave but we are so sure God has this covered and that the team we have built are more than ready. God bless you all, may you know God’s presence in your homes and situations and may you have a wonderful week.