Brother Bobby Thompson:
Bobby Thompson is called the "Eagle Preacher". He received this name from some Indians where he was preaching a sermon to them. God has blessed him and now his health has improved. Lately he has been able to do some traveling and preaching. He has been in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina preaching at several different churches. Please continue to pray for Brother Bobby Thompson.
If you would like to contact him, please do so at the following mail address:
Evg. Bobby Thompson c/o Bill Lewis, 539 Fieldwood Dr. NW, Adairsville, GA 30103-5369
Brother Ismael Sanchez:
Brother Sanchez is involved in spreading the gospel of Jesus in the "Philippines" preaching in many cities and at the Bible Institute. During Pope Francis's visit to the Philippines, Bible believing preachers welcome him with banners that read "There is no hope in the pope". They took their banners, tracts and lined up in the area where he passed by and waited there for 5 hours. As he passed by they all raised their banners and also they passed out the Chick tract - Is there another Christ? They preached for 3 hours and the policemen tried to stop them but when they couldn't, they just left. They were interviewed by two major news media but they did not air it becuase the Philippine government of Aquino wanted everyone to believe that All Filipino loved the Pope's visit and that the Bible Believers Protest was a lie but it wasn't a lie.
They also marched in a grand parade with float during two major festivals in the Philippines with banners and were preaching to warn the crowd of Judgements, Sins and Salvation. Some people paid attention and some were lead to salvation and some people got mad.
Brother Sanchez's also participated in some mission work under Brother Elvis Caligtan where he conducted the water baptism of 5 new converts. Glory to God! Please continue to pray for their endeavor in this ministry. Brother Sanchez wants to thank everyone for their monthly support for this ministry.
If you would like to contact or support him, please do so at the following mail or email address:
Bible Believers Baptist Church
Brother Ismael B. Sanchez, Tabernacle Baptist Church, P O Box 1156, Denver, NC 28037
Roger and Pat Herndon:
Roger and his wife "Pat" are involved in with the "Rock of Ages Ministries" witnessing to prison inmates in an effort to lead them to Jesus.
One of the prisons they visited was in Florida. This was to see someone they met back in 1992 on their way to Church on a Sunday morning. At the time the young man they went to see in Florida was about 17 years old. They saw skid marks in the road and a car on its side in the woods. He was laying about 8 feet from the car, tangled in barbwire, bloody and disoriented. So they called 911 and they came and took him to Charlotte. Later they found out he had been in an argument with the family, gotten drunk, was speeding and wrecked. Roger and them went on to Church and later to the hospital to see him. Roger talked to him about salvation and he made a profession of Faith at that time. The young man went to Church with them for a long time and he had to have therapy due to his injuries, so Roger and Pat took him to his appointments since his family did not help him. As time went by the young man got married and had 2 children and suddenly they lost contact with him. They finally found him in a Florida Prison. From what they know, he had more surgeries and got hooked on prescription drugs and was mixing it with alcohol. He killed his autn and has already served 12 years in prison. Roger and them wanted to know if he had made a false profession of Faith at the hospital and they wanted to make sure he Jesus as his Saviour! So that is why they drove 1,400 miles to talk to him. After all of those years, they finally got in to see him! They hugged and cried but it was worth the drive. He assured them he had excepted Jesus as his Saviour and that he reads his KJ Bible every day and he shared his testimony of how he had to go through the withdrawal of drugs. He is now a different man!
In another prison, a 76 year old man walked up and ask Roger to pray for him! He was weeping! He said his son had lied on him in Court and now he has a 15 year sentence. His wife is 61 years old, is having back surgery and has no one to take care of her. With tears flowing, he said he had been there only 2 months. That meant, he would be 91 before he will ever get out of Prison! He came every night to their services and cried the entire services. Please pray for him and his dear wife as she is all along. In March, they had 85 salvations and in April they had 92 salvations.
Please continue to pray for them and if you would like to contact or support them, please do so at the following address:
Roger and Pat Herndon, P. O. Box 339, Iron Station, NC 28080
Website - www.roapm.com
Brother Jeremy Scott:
Brother Jeremy Scott is involved in spreading the gospel of Jesus over in "West Indies" preaching at the Victory Baptist Temples in Happy Hill, St Georges and Grenada. Everything is going good with his family and Ayla is growning up fast.
The first 3 months of the year have been good in the ministries between both works we have seven decisions (profession of faith). They have had the opportunity to share the gospel with many people through our soul winning out reach. They have intensified their soul winning efforts by going out on Sunday evenings from 4-6 and back at church for Sunday night service. This may sound like hard work but it is a joy for them to do it and it has payed off. It gives Sunday night service an extra boost after coming from the field, seeing people getting saved, being challenged by the devil on the front lines and so on, it is a joy. In addition, they have been having some good turn out to services from the Chantimelle area. Please continue to pray that they get what they need for that work.
Brother Jeremy Scott asked that we continue to pray for the church, young converts, upcoming meetings and lost souls.
If you would like to contact or support him, please do so at the following address:
Brother Jeremy Scott, Happy Hill, St. George's, Grenada, West Indies
Brother Larry and Sister Opal Adams
Brother Larry and his wife "Opal" are involved with the "Fundamental Baptist Home Missions, Inc.” They are helping missionaries in the West and the Mid-West with Support, Encouragement, Building materials, Clothes, Food, Vans, Church furniture, Bibles and are preaching the Gospel to all in this area.
This past year there have been many churches built, works started and a multitude of salvations all over the globe through the missionaries that serve with Fundamental Baptist Home Missions. Almost every continent has felt the effect of the Gospel.
Your continued faithfulness to give to missions and continued support and prayers for the mission board, their secretaries, and missionaries is still very much need. May God richly bless you! If you would like to contact or support them, you can do so at the following address:
Fundamental Baptist Home Missions, Inc.
P.O. Box 1510
Bessemer City, NC 28016
Brother Daniel and Sherry Shoemaker
We are now supporting a new ministry "Hope Tract Ministry". Since its beginning in 1995, Hope Tract Ministry has printed more than 160 million gospel tractd in 37 languages and shipped them free of charge to more thnan 100 countries.
You may ask why support Hope Tract Ministry: You see tracts are wrtieen in the language of the country they are going to. Tracts need no deputation, no visa, or passport. They arrive on the field in just a few days and stay on the mission field. Tracts can be taken door to door and are great aids in the ministry for many people will read a tract but not go to church. Tracts can be given to anyone by anyone and they are inexpensive investments as a means to reach others with the gospel message. Tracts can present the gospel by relating to things in daily life and are not intimidated. Tracts stick to what they have to say fand never argue and keep witnessing even when they are left alone. Tracts work while we are sleep and they have the ability to get into a home and stay there. Tracts are never afraid and are never tempted to compromise their message. Tracts never get tired or give up and go to places where we cannot go. Tracts do not put people on the defensive and are speak to people when they are read.
If you would like to help with this ministry, please reach out to Daniel and Sherry Shoemakers who are representatives at the following address:
5000 Westgate Drive
Shelby, NC 28152