Every Thursday evening Ali meets with a young man named Roat. They meet on the roof of Roat’s parents house overlooking the slum where he lives and study from the book of John. They do this to practice English and to deepen Roat’s understanding of the scriptures. Please pray that he may be baptised in the near future. Unfortunately the Ministry of Health seem to have lost interest in Ali’s translation of the Diabetic foot guidelines due to reasons that are out with his control. He still continues his work at the hospital. Cathy is happy that restrictions have lifted and she can go back to her work on Silk Island where they are having a community day on the 13th February. hopefully families will become involved and learn how to care for children with disabilities. Children in Cambodia have been back at school since the new year and churches are open once more. Abigail and Kirstin are involved in this years school play which was written by one of the high school girls about missionary life for children. Please continue to pray for this family.
Please pray for Roat that he may mature in his faith as he practices English.
Give thanks for Cathy being able to go back to Silk Island and pray for the community day.
Please continue to pray for the Ministry of Health project.