June 2002 : Home
This month has been a catch up month. I have spent time writing and formatting new lessons for the Elijah School of Ministry International. More students have enrolled and more are making application to attend the school in Breman-Asikuma, Ghana West Africa. There are presently 40 men and women who are involved. Rev. Attafauah DaCosta and his wife Elizabeth have been on the scene and working on behalf of ELIJAH MINISTRIES in Ghana. Attafauah is acting as executive director and is holding things together. Rev. JohnPaul Pinapata in Tenali India is fulfilling the role of Ministry School facilitator with 38 pastors and leaders being trained in an in the field type program. Rev. Rudy Dalapu is heading up the Ministry School and acting as executive director for ELIJAH MINISTRIES in the Philippines. I am so very blessed to have men and women of God in the nations that have a like-minded vision for seeking to fulfill the Great Commission. These that I have named and several more are brothers and sisters that I have grown to know, love and completely trust. These are people who have one agenda, and that is to fulfill the purpose of God in this generation. Pray for them and the nations that they call home.
During this time at home it was necessary for a little Tent Making. God is so gracious to provide people who are willing to give me work. It was also a time for catching up on a little repair to the Ole casa de Maixner. Sandra is the best. She has been very patient with me.