Sunday (1/26/20)

We arrived in Orlando Saturday night and joined 40 saints for a home meeting and dinner. Around 100 saints from Orlando and Kissimmee met for the Lord’s table the next morning at the meeting hall in Apopka. We enjoyed a love feast and had prayer and coordination for the upcoming week. That night, we went to a brother’s house for a BBQ for the YP. We played games, sang, and the trainees shared brief testimonies about attending the FTTA. It was a wonderful and sweet time of fellowship!

Monday (1/27/20)

Around 10 community saints joined the 12 trainees for prayer and coordination in the morning. Saints from Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, and Athens also joined us! We went to two Seminole State campuses, six trainees to each: Lake Mary and Altamonte. At the Lake Mary campus, we reconnected with two girls from the Republic of Congo with whom the saints in Orlando have had a regular fellowship for over a year. Several students expressed interest in having a Christian club on campus in the near future. At the Altamonte campus, 10 students were open to joining for our Friday meeting this week.

Two new ones joined the home meeting at night and enjoyed the potluck style dinner and singing. One of the new ones suggested we all pray together and read a portion out of Acts 2. Altogether, there were almost 50 people, comprised of trainees, local and visiting saints, and new ones.

Statistics:

  • Tracts: 59
  • Bibles: 58
  • Basic Elements of the Christian Life: 30
  • Contacts: 47
  • Came to Home Meeting: 2

Prayer Burdens:

  • The Lord would restore the two from the Congo back to normal fellowship with us
  • Mark, the new one who came to the home meeting, would continue enjoying the
  • meetings and begin having appointments with a brother.