January 6, 2018 Pastor Brian Cochran is a URCNA church-planter in Regina, Canada.
Pray that God would use our home visits to strengthen our faith, hope, and love for His glory and that God would raise up more elders and deacons.
Praise God that our pastor was able to purchase a home for his family. Pray that this home would also be used as a place where our church family grows in Christ and in love for each other and where unbelievers would come to saving faith in Christ.
Pray that we would become self-sustaining and for wisdom on when to re-organize as a church as we continue under the care of Providence Reformed Church in Winnipeg.
January 13, 2018 Pastor Richard Bout is Missions Coordinator of the URCNA.
Pray for the Missions Committee as they study NAPARC mission models in order to come up with a comprehensive plan for missions in the URCNA.
Pray for upcoming trips to Honduras and Costa Rica.
Pray that the Lord would bless plans for the Missions Conference March 25th- 28th in Flat Rock, NC.
January 20, 2018 Rev. Andrew Spriensma is a chaplain in the US Army.
Thank and praise the Lord with us for the five years of ministry that we have had at Fort Campbell, KY.
We have been re-assigned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina and just completed moving there in December. Pray that we might be a blessing and be blessed by new church, friends, and Christian community.
Pray for wisdom as I undertake a new degree in counselling and while working in Fort Bragg's Chaplain Family Life Counseling Center, that I might proclaim the hope of the Lord Jesus Christ to the Soldiers I will meet and counsel there.
January 27, 2018 Pastor Brian Lee is a URCNA church-planter in Christ Reformed Church in Washington, DC.
Pray that we find a more permanent home by April 2019, when our lease ends. We've been searching for a long term property solution for over two years!
Pray that the Lord would raise up leaders: Elders, Deacons, and wise women. Many of our elders are military personnel who will be leaving the area soon.
Pray that the Lord would add permanent residents of the DC metro area to our number, to provide a larger foundation upon which to build our church, which consists of many short term residents.