Adopt a Minister International - Negros Occidental Conference Baptisms
Our adopted ministers are pleading...
Since August - the month when we lost our home and office in the Louisiana Flood, our donations had been very low; I was not able to send stipends to the majority of our adopted ministers. I was able to send to only around 70 adopted ministers of the around 300 that we have. It has been very difficult for God's workers to survive under the little help that they are getting from the local churches, but they continue to work. Here BELOW are two e-mails from two adopted ministers in Negros Occidental Conference. They are begging for help and may their plea touch your hearts. We wish to continue this work, but we can only do it through your help and through the blessings of our Lord. Every dollar we receive is a huge help. I will send you a tax-deductible receipt.
Mommy, good day. There were 67 souls who were baptized two Sabbaths ago and 16 of them are my Bible students. Another 22 souls were baptized last Sabbath afternoon and 12 of them are my Bible students. I thank God because of the program of the people from Canada who held a crusade here. My ministry here was supported from** August until November. But sad to say that this month stopped because their program here is good for 4 months only. How I wish that your program here will be resumed soon so that many more souls will be reached and I can receive a stipend to provide for my family. May God's blessings be upon you and our sponsors always...
Pastor Onlee Entia AMI Coordinator of NOC
Mommy, here are baptism pictures reported by our adopted ministers in the field. This baptism was conducted in Candoni, and 55 souls were baptized - a corporate effort of our NOC adopted ministers. Your 45 adopted ministers here are pleading with God for the AMI to send stipends again.