Happy 2019!

We are looking forward to what God will do in 2019 with joy and anticipation! We have felt that 2019 will be a year of increased fruitfulness for us and we believe God is positioning us for what He will do in the days ahead.

9d9f2dd7-7f14-4879-a4f1-5920ba9cbc72Christmas Dancers Open Door
Two of our neighborhood girls danced during a special Christmas service at church and one of their mothers came to church to watch. While we’ve had children from the neighborhood coming with us to church for months now this was the first time any of their parents showed interest in coming. “Joy” received prayer for healing of her leg which was broken in a bad motorcycle accident almost a year ago but still causes her pain and has kept her from working. She shared with us the next week that her leg is significantly better after receiving prayer. Please pray that the Lord would continue this healing work and continue ministering to her heart. She initially said she would like to come to church every week but has only made it to church once more since the Christmas service.


Family Testimony
Recently, Matt went to get dinner for us while Amy stayed home with the kids. She was fighting a migraine and almost got really sick. Jed was concerned and said, “Mommy, you’re not feeling better? Can I get the oil and pray for you?” Amy said yes. Jed could not find the anointing oil but Amy told him he does not need it every time and asked him to pray for her. He prayed his own simple almost three-year-old prayer. “Heavenly Father, help mommy’s belly and her body.” Then Amy led him in commanding the pain and tension to leave. Within the thirty minutes, the migraine was gone and the tension had left.


English Outreach Class
Amy just started teaching a 10 week English class. Most of the students are youth, ages 10 to 18. We are excited to be able to teach such a young crowd and hope to build good friendships with the students.


Alizah turned 1 earlier this month and took off walking the same week! She loves eating ice, bananas, chicken, rice, and pumpkin. She says momma, dada, ow (Thai for want) and naam (Thai for water). She loves climbing, giving hugs and kisses and reading stories.

Thank you for standing with us. Your prayers and financial support make a difference. We couldn’t be here without people like you. Please let us know how we can pray for you too!

Much love,

Matt, Amy, Jed & Alizah


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