November 2013 E-Letter Volume 1 Issue 2
Thank you for taking the time to view our monthly e-letter. Our prayer is that this letter will prompt you to pray, encourage your heart, and show you what God is doing through GLBM. If you are currently supporting GLBM, we want to say thank you for your support—God is using your gift to further the Gospel in the Golden Land. If you would like to start supporting GLBM, you can either send your donation to GLBM, 209 Gardner Rd, Horseheads, NY 14845; or go to our website www.goldenlandbaptistmissions.com and click on the PayPal Donate button to make a secure donation.
The Judson Family GLBM would like to welcome the Judson family to our ministry. Peter Judson and his family moved from Iowa to Horseheads, New York, to join GLBM. Bro. Judson has a desire to see his people reached with the Gospel. He is currently on deputation-- raising support to go back to his homeland of Myanmar and start a church in the village where he was raised. If you would like to have the Judson family in your church for a meeting, please contact Bro. Judson at (607) 654-3128. Golden Land Baptist Missions
The De La Cruz Family “It is of the LORD’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” (Lamentations 3:22-23) It’s our fifth month here in the Philippines and our second month on deputation. Even then, we are still amazed at how God is working and moving in hearts and how the people of the churches we have visited have responded to the need. We thank God for your faithfulness in holding the rope for us both in prayers and in financial help. As we travel to the churches here in the Philippines, deep in our hearts we can’t wait to be back to our mission field and reach our people there. Please continue holding the rope for us as we seek more churches with which to partner in sending us back to the field. - Roy, Aiza, and Seth De La Cruz, GLBM Missionary
Prayer! Some people say “Prayer can do nothing!” I can say that they never pray, and they have no experience in getting answers to prayer. There is a little girl in our Christian school her name is Pa Pa. She comes from a divorced family. Her mother could not provide her three children even daily food. Her mom came and gave me the girl and her brother to be adopted. I refused to do so. I said to her, “I will care for your two children, but please do not give me your children. Please come and visit your children as often as you can. Now, they lost their father, but they still have a mother. Please do not make them to be not only fatherless, but also motherless. I will give you the money you need to visit to the children.” I do the things I can do. One day, one of my school teachers said to me, “Pa Pa knows that her mother will come here. She said ‘Mom will come!’ If she says so, in the next day her mom comes to us.” The teacher asked me, “Why does she know it?” I replied to him, “I don’t know it you should ask her.” Her mother works in a far village. She has no phone to talk with her children. It is out of contact. But the little girl prays to God to see her mother when she misses Mom. She prays again and again. Then she says, “Mom will come here!” Every time when she says so, in the next day Mom comes to see her children. Oh, prayers do the things we cannot do! Htet & Pa Pa - Htein Win Ei, GLBM Missionary 209 Gardner Rd Horseheads, NY 14845
607-739-9062 ext. 3
GLBM November 2013 Monthly E-Letter