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Giving Thanks for What God Has Done!

  • For the successful completion of the 2012 North American Tour with 2000 new contributors
  • For the thirteen new members of St. Paul's Church who are growing in faith and serving (eight of them received Christ as Savior in their new members class interview)
  • For Roger's renewed health and better energy to lead his classes, preach sermons, and more..
  • For our widows sponsors who continue to support the elderly (one family adopted 19 new widows for themselves, another 3 new widows).Praise the Lord!
  • For our monthly contributors who give us stability and blessing.
  • For our major donors who help us make giant steps forward.
  • For our occasional donors who surprise us with yet another donation.

    To God be the Glory!

     

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    Giving Thanks for What God Has Done.

  • For the successful completion of the 2012 North American Tour with 2000 new contributors
  • For the thirteen new members of St. Paul's Church who are growing in faith and serving (eight of them received Christ as Savior in their new members class interview)
  • For Roger's renewed health and better energy to lead his classes, preach sermons, and more.
  • For our widows sponsors who continue to support the elderly (one family adopted 19 new widows for themselves, another 3 new widows). Praise the Lord!
  • For our monthly contributors who give us stability and blessing.
  • For our major donors who help us make giant steps forward.
  • For our occasional donors who surprise us with yet another donation.

    To God be the Glory!

    Petitioning for the individual needs of our widows and pensioners.

  • For Alexander Neumetiy who suffers asthma attacks.
  • For Alla Mokrenko who broke her hand.
  • For Alla Zablotskaya who is recovering from a broken hip, and starting to use a walker?????.
  • For Alla Bondareva who is recovering from cancer surgery
  • For Anna Osadchk who has had one eye removed in surgery.
  • For Elza Didik and Lidia Scherbak who are recoving from cataract surgery.
  • For Evgenia Sklipiuk and Natalia Kosakevich who are in the hospital now
  • For Julian Kobinek whose wife passed away recently.
  • For Lidia Osadchuk, who is taking care daily of Olga Dolgih, after her severe stroke?????.
  • For Lubov Kireeva who suffers from lung cancer
  • For Lubov Omelianenko who is losing her sight.
  • For Vera Garkavaya, who broke her leg and cannot leave her apartment.
  • For Tamara Ivantsova and Nadia Soboleva who are recoving from strokes.
  • For all our widows and pensioners to stay well from colds and flu during the winter season.

    Praying for Members of the Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

  • For Oleg Maksimov, husband of Helen Sedih who is in the hospital with a severe ulcer.
  • For the rest and recuperation of all those who went on the North American tour
  • For Tatiana Ganina, soloist with the KSOC, who will have another baby

    Praying for our Schedule of Activities

  • For the widows ministries that meet every Saturday morning:
  • For Diane in her Care Givers class preparing a Bible lesson to take to the homebound
  • For Kim in her Bible Study: Characters in the Scripture-God uses Ordinary People.
  • For Roger in his evangelism class, as he starts a new session.
  • For the worship services of St. Paul's Church
  • For Kostya Viklukin in his role as worship leader
  • For the sermons of Wes Janzen, Roger McMurrin, and Vasily Bikman
  • For the service music conducted by Helen Sedih and her groups:
    KSOC ensemble, string quartet, and pensioner choir
  • For the Children who participate weekly in worship and their leaders Valentina and Katya.
  • For the volunteer ushers, greeters, and support staff
  • That the message of the Gospel will go forth from this congregation and that they will be blessed
  • For the Christmas Widows Banquets
  • For the preparation of these banquets, in the cooking, shopping, decorating, organizing, and that we will have enough funds for everyone's gift.
  • For the 270 widows and pensioners who will meet in various groups at the office apartment to enjoy a Christmas dinner, presents, fellowship, and devotional time.
  • For the 80 homebound, elderly people who will receive their Christmas presents at home this year through the visit of a church member.
  • For the Upcoming January Concert
    That the KSOC will proclaim the Christmas message in music to the community of Kiev, and that hearts will be changed.

    For our Leaders

  • For Wes Janzen in his role of leadership in the mission, with the many decisions he must make every week, and for his spiritual role in relationships with musicians, staff, widows, children, and orphans.
  • For Kim Janzen as she reaches out to so many with the love of Jesus, in the homes, the concerts, the orphanage, and children's choir rehearsals. Pray for her health and her comfort, living in a foreign land and in an apartment adjacent to the office, where interruptions are many and rest time is rare.
  • For C.J. Janzen as he studies via internet to finish his senior year of high school, and assists his family in their group ministry to so many. C.J. is always helpful and does a great job with photography and technical communications.
  • For Diane McMurrin, as she makes a home for her husband Roger in Gorenichi, 20 miles from the center of the city, and works many hours on computer, to organize communications, and widows ministry.
  • For Roger McMurrin and his health as he continues to be used by the Lord in so many people's lives.
  • For our Ukrainian Staff, who takes our dreams and turns them into reality through translations, concert planning, paying the bills, organizing the music library, fixing computers, communicating with widows by phone, greeting newcomers to the office, and cooking delicious lunches to keep us all healthy. We are grateful for this wonderful team of individuals.
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