St. Louis, MO
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The saints took the ground in St. Louis on May 18, 2003. Approximately 50 saints meet on the Lord’s Day with 10 children and 9 young people. The church in St. Louis has been endeavoring to build up a strong testimony and healthy church life by building up vital groups and small groups. At the same time, the church is laboring with the children, the young people, and in particular, the college students, since there are over 45,000 college students in the St. Louis area. For this there is the need for additional strengthening to the leadership and more shepherding saints as patterns of the flock.
Virtual City Tours
Come, my beloved, let us go forth into the fields; Let us lodge in the villages. –Song of Songs 7:11
Now is the time for the advancement of the Lord's move in the United States. Amid the chaos of the pandemic, the economic upheaval, and the social unrest, the white horse of the gospel is running. May we all cooperate with the Lord by praying, giving, and spreading through migration to ten key cities in this country.
Five new campus teams have been formed, and the hope is that three hundred additional saints would migrate to these ten target cities. To help facilitate this move, we have arranged virtual tours of each city in the last two weekends of September, in which the attendees will meet the local saints and receive an overview of the situation and needs in that locality. Click below for more information.
This weekend is the first round of virtual tours for five of the ten GTCA target cities: Cincinnati, Lexington, St. Louis, Minneapolis, and Pittsburg. The following weekend will be the tours for Charlotte, Memphis, Orlando, Columbia and Richmond. An overview of the local situation and needs in these localities will be presented, and visitors can…Read More
Through the FTTA gospel trip to St. Louis (Jan. 16—Jan. 31), we have had ongoing contact with five to seven new students at the University of Missouri, St. Louis (UMSL), as well as a professor who was saved. Please pray for the continued care of these dear ones, and for the Lord to supply the…Read More
January 29 Some of us went to a community meeting where we went over The Normal Christian Life, while the majority of the team went to the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) campus. On campus we reviewed the list of students we have contacted over the past week to invite them to the Bible study…Read More
January 25 After lunch with the saints, we had a time of games and singing with the young people and a new student from the University of Missouri, St. Louis (UMSL). This is our third contact with her and she was so happy to be with us. Our prayer is that she would be remaining…Read More
January 23 This was our last day of the week laboring at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The trainees were again going out in twos and threes with much prayer. Our aim was to welcome more than 20 students to come to the campus meeting. There were many positive responses with students passing by the…Read More
January 22 In coordination, we pray-read Colossians 1:12, 2:6-7 and a passage concerning being burdened with the Spirit of gospel. Our strategy of going to campus is to focus on the open students, so we should exercise our discernment while approaching them. During the children’s meeting in the afternoon, together with serving sisters, we hosted…Read More
January 21 We set up a Bibles for America table and, in pairs, stayed at the University of Missouri, Saint Louis campus for the gospel starting at noon. After much fellowship with one accord in prayer (Acts 1:14), we learned the secrets and gained skills for contacting people continually. Statistics: Total of contacts: 36 people…Read More
January 16-17 The St. Louis team members arrived on time. After dining with the saints, we took a brief tour of the University of Missouri-Saint Louis, where we will be tabling. Then we traveled to a local saint’s home for dinner and had more fellowship with sweet blending. We got to know a few of…Read More
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