We set up two tables at the University of Kentucky (UK). The Lord blessed us with pleasant weather and we were able to have meaningful conversations with a good number of students, showing them the riches of the footnotes in the Recovery Version. One highlight was our time with a female student. Two saints took care of her by accompanying her for two hours to help look for her lost phone. Later, she told us that she was actually going through a difficult family situation at that time and that she was so encouraged as a believer by the Lord’s love expressed through the saints.
We split up our team into two sub-teams to go onto the University of Kentucky campus and Eastern Kentucky University (EKU). The weather was cold. There were fewer people who made the time to stop by the table at UK. Regardless, we still were able to have some meaningful conversations with students and faculty. One student stopped by our table to tell us how happy she was to see what we were doing on campus. In EKU, many students were very open to us and were seeking to grab Bibles for themselves and their friends. We were able to distribute a good number of Bibles and ministry literature in a short amount of time. Praise the Lord for these open students!
Praise the Lord that many of the local saints were able to come join us on campus for these two days! It was wonderful to blend and serve together with them for the Lord’s move. Afterward, we also had the opportunity to have dinner and blend with some of the local saints and families in Lexington. We shared our testimonies with one another and had sweet fellowship.
May the Lord continue to gain what He is after here in Lexington!
- Bibles distributed: 110+
- We had an appointment to read the Bible with a University of Kentucky student!
- One student prayed to receive the Lord at EKU!
- Pray for the Lord would cover the health of the team here in Lexington. Some of the trainees have not been feeling well, especially due to the colder weather.
- Pray for the Lord would bring many students to the Bible studies this week (Wednesday and Thursday) from the University of Kentucky.