Lexington, KY—Gospel Trip, Update 4

We made posters and flyers for the Bible study on the University of Kentucky Campus (UK) to display and to hand out. We also continued to hand out Bibles and ministry literature to students and faculty that came up to our table. One of our highlights were appointments we had with two students we met on campus. One contact was very excited to meet Christians on Campus and felt like we were an answer to his prayers. Both students were open to share their personal testimonies and would like to have further contact with us. We also had another Bible study on campus. Three of our contacts came and joined us in our Bible study of John 1. Later, we invited two of the students to join us for dinner at the home of some local saints. We had a lovely time singing hymns and sharing testimonies with one another. We are very encouraged for these students to enter in and connect with the church life here in Lexington.

We strongly feel that these ones are chosen vessels for the Lord. May He gain these students and continue to bring the seeking ones!

Friday, January 31

We had two locations to table and distribute Bibles and ministry literature. Despite slow traffic and inclement weather, we still had many meaningful conversations with students and faculty/staff. After our time on campus, we had some rest before joining the local saints for the home/small group meetings. We really enjoyed singing, blending and sweet fellowship with one another.

Praise the Lord for His blessing! May the Lord continue to gain remaining fruit and bless the saints in Lexington!

Statistics (for the two days):

  • Bibles distributed: 59
  • Tracts/Ministry literature distributed: ~25
  • Contacted: ~40
  • Appointments: 2

Prayer Burdens:

  • Pray that the Lord will gain the students of the University of Kentucky, especially those we had further contact with, as remaining fruit and that they would be connected to the saints here.
  • Pray for the Lord would establish a steady Bible study on campus for God’s Word to be released.
  • Pray for the Lord would continue to cover the health of our team in Lexington.