“The Lord humbled me this morning…”

Dear friends,

Today RREACH  received news that we couldn’t wait to share with you!

The office has been in prayer for Pastor J. from Zimbabwe, who has been accepted to the 2014 Dallas GPA and was trying to secure a U.S. visa.

A fine young pastor, Pastor J. was accepted to the 2013 Dallas GPA, but was denied twice by the U.S. Embassy in his application for a U.S. visa and was unable to come.

Once a person is denied for a visa, it is very difficult to be approved to receive one. Today we received news that Pastor J.’s visa application was approved! His email alerting us of this news began this way:

The Lord humbled me this morning. I got the US visa. He showed me His kindness, mercy and love. I am so full of praise of Him at the moment. I cannot stop to say, Thank You Lord.

Please join us in praising God for this astounding turn of events. Also, please be in prayer for the other 15 pastors who have been accepted to the Dallas GPA. Four others have secured visas.

Specifically pray:

  • That visa appointments would be scheduled soon, and the Lord would grant success in these applications.
  • For the selection of at least an additional 10 pastors, especially those representing countries that have not yet been represented at the Dallas GPA.
  • For pastors’ efforts to raise their half of the airfare to Dallas.
For His glory,
Edie Ross
prayer coordinator

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