Update From West Africa

Hello friends, and greetings from west Africa where we'll be launching Crucible (life of David) and Detour (life of Joseph) over the next 9 days. I really need your prayers as every day is either a teaching/training day or a travel day.

Fri 4/8. Teach/train first half of Crucible in Lagos, Nigeria with Francis Olubambi.

Sat 4/9. Teach/train second half of Crucible in Lagos, Nigeria with Francis Olubambi.

Sun 4/10. Preach here in Lagos and then fly to Accra, Ghana.

Mon 4/11. Teach/train first half of Detour in Accra, Ghana with Philip Tutu.

Tue 4/12. Teach/train second half of Detour in Accra, Ghana with Philip Tutu.

Wed 4/13. Drive to Lomé, Togo.

Thu 4/14. Teach/train first half of Crucible in Lomé, Togo with Samuel Eklou.

Fri 4/15. Teach/train second half of Crucible in Lomé, Togo with Samuel Eklou.

Sat 4/16. Drive back to Accra, Ghana.

Sun 4/17. Spend time with Philip & Janet Tutu.

Mon 4/18. Fly home to Atlanta through Amsterdam.

Tue 4/19. Arrive home in Atlanta.

As you can see, the schedule is pretty intense so pray for endurance especially in the 90° heat and 90% humidity.

Even more than the big events, this trip is all about multiplying our ministry through the pastors and other leaders we will train.

And most of all, it's about the encouragement and mentoring of our three wonderful leaders here in west Africa.

In the next few updates I'll introduce you to Francis, Philip, and Samuel -- three of the godliest leaders and best friends I could ever hope to have.

In the meantime, please start praying earnestly. There have already been several serious complications that indicate Satan is agitated about what God is planning to accomplish here in the next week and a half. Thank you for the assurance that you're here with me through the miracle of prayer.


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praying for your visit to W. Africa Yes No   May all attempts by the enemy be discouraged and May he be bound in the name of Jesus! Give Phil strength that You are will him and also with family at home. May the African leaders be encouraged by Phil's presence and teaching!

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