Mindanao Outreach – 2

May there be blessings upon each of you. We praise God for his wonderful presence and love. It is certainly good and pleasant when Brothers and Sisters dwell together in unity.

I am asking for prayer in unity for good weather for this outreach. It rained all night last night and now at 6:15 a.m. it still is coming down. It doesn’t have to be good in between when we are out on the streets or holding outdoor evangelistic meetings.

A full day lies ahead.

David Snodderly

Mindanao Outreach – 1

Thank you for praying for me; I arrived safely in Mindanao . . . a little jet lagged, but fine otherwise. I sang worship and devotional songs the Spirit has taught me to Filipino Evangelists in training here, and sat in on their training session soon after I got here. I am in a little “prophet’s quarters” my hosts have so kindly supplied me. Tomorrow we hit the ground running. . .

Thank you for being my partner in prayer.

David Snodderly

Mindanao Outreach

Today I fly out of LAX for somewhere in the Mindanao region of the Philippine Islands. I know this much about the itinerary of the outreach so far. I will be preaching the outdoor evangelistic event Sunday night there about 7 to 8 p.m. This translates to about 4 to 5 a.m. Pacific Standard Time and 1 to 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. If you want to pray while I am preaching, I know this is inconvenient for most of you to pray at these times, but if anyone is an insomniac, this would be easy! And you can pray before too. Pray for valuable Filipino souls will come to the Savior and be discipled in the days after this event. I may try to send the results from the crusade almost real time to you if I can arrange all the hook-ups.

Please pray for covering for my wife Beth and daughter MaryAnn who is still at home. Additional responsibilities will be on them. Beth says to pray for her to “think on her feet” during the defining moments our missionary training university is experiencing presently. She serves as Provost there and when she gets a spare moment is herself studying for an advanced degree.

We are busy, but happy! God is blessing, and we can feel the strength of your prayers. Thank you!!

Blessings and prayer for you too.
David Snodderly

Having a Thankful Heart

This month is Thanksgiving month and to kickoff this month’s teleministry, Pastor James Reyes would introduce us to Pastor Allen Charles.

Pastor Allen used to be a policeman who turned to drugs. To sustain his addiction he ended up cooking up his own meth. Lost his family, got divorced and ended up becoming homeless and suicidal. He has since found our Lord and has turned his eyes on Him. Since then he is now an evangelist and is part of Charisma Christian Center in Seattle involved children ministry. Listen to his story tonight at 7:00 PM.

Teleconference Information.

Dial-in Number: 1-785-686-2400 Kansas
Participant Access Code: 33264

(Note: We’re starting to stream the teleconference online.  You could also try this link.)

Hope you could join us tonight!

Our Prayer Life

After a month of pilot testing with our prayer teleministry-conference, we have now moved to a new web site from Charisma Prayer Ministry.

We started this ministry as a way to reach out to people who are need of prayer. In the next few days, we will be updating this website and there will be a form for you to post your prayer request.

We will also include a devotional for you to use. We encourage you to sign up for them as it becomes available. We would also include a book store courtesy of Amazon and Christian Book Store. If you have any encouraging article, please feel free to send us a copy and we will review it for inclusion in our website.

This ministry is hosted by Pastor Jojo (Josephine) Jose of Charisma Life Church in Pomona, California and Pastor James Reyes of Charisma Christian Church in Seattle. Pastor Jojo is currently in Manila, Philippines and we were able to have both of this wonderful servants of God to enlighten us and help us build a strong relationship with our Lord through prayer.

Every Friday 7:00PM we have a teleministry conference and the Lord willing, we would try to have it ‘streaming’ on the web so that all of you could listen to it.

If everything goes well, tomorrow we will have our first initial web broadcast. I hope you will be able to tune in tomorrow 7:00PM Pacific Standard Time. (USA).

George Manlangit
Technology Specialist
Our Prayer Life