Pastor Johnny’s Sharing – January 17, 2016

2016 is upon us. It is exciting to begin a New Year and we are thankful that the Lord has given the English Congregation a blessed opening. This year is the first time that we had a winter camp/retreat. We had a blessed time at the Horseshoe Valley Resort where we enjoyed skiing, games, cooking, and sharing. A total of 22 people attended the event. We are also thankful for the support of the parents and drivers, especially that of Mabel, John, Milton, Roymond, and Pastor Connie’s family. We praise God for such an exciting way to start the New Year.


We are also thankful that the Lord has also worked in our youth in bringing new friends to our fellowship. Please keep our youth in your prayers, that they would be bold in sharing the gospel with friends at their schools. This is not always an easy task and we pray that we will have the wisdom to equip them. As PGC continues to grow, we are praying that the Lord God would bring to our midst a young women who can provide guidance and support to many of the girls in our congregation. May His will be done.


Furthermore, we are thankful that the Lord has been working in the hearts of the youths in serving Him. Many of them have chosen to serve God through the leading of musical worship on Sunday. As I reflect upon this, I am reminded of what Matthew records in his gospel book in 9:37 – 38 about God’s harvest: “Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.” As a church that is driven by Evangelism, I am inspired to continue to encourage our young people to be laborers for the Lord. I pray that they will come to know Jesus Christ better so that they may model after Him. I pray that as they become more mature in their faith, they will begin to grow confident to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.






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