2015 Second Quarter Prayer Letter

  I am a big fan of Preacher’s kids. These are four great ones. They are Pastor Anthony and Sandra Hipps of Jesup, Georgia. (Savannah, Christian, Sierra, and Scarlett.)

I am a big fan of Preacher’s kids. These are four great ones. They are Pastor Anthony and Sandra Hipps of Jesup, Georgia. (Savannah, Christian, Sierra, and Scarlett.)

Second Quarter, 2015

Dear Friends, 

Thank you for your love, support, and prayers for our family and ministry. Because of your support this Quarter, we assisted and trained missionaries. We preached the Gospel and saw eternal addresses changed. We saw churches strengthened in their missionary outreach. Thank you for caring and investing.

God blessed the six missions conferences I got to attend. The conferences I attended were in four states from Ohio to Florida. The churches committed over $400,000.00 to missions. It is a wonderful thing to witness and see the giving that pays in spiritual dividends. This aspect of our ministry allows us to see God work here in a way that touches the world.

We are preparing for World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions’ annual Family Fellowship Week. We will meet in Greensboro, NC. The focus of Family Fellowship Week is different than our Orientation School. This meeting fulfills our agency’s desire to strengthen and encourage missionaries. 

In June, I spoke for another missions agency, Armed Forces Baptist Missions. This agency helps America’s military around the world. I spoke six times for them to assist their missionaries in matters of working with their finances and marriages. I also preached to the people attending the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Conference. God used Psalm 61 to speak to hearts. I stand amazed how He used His word to help the hearts of those who hurt and those who God called to help them.

Kim travelled with me to several meetings. But, as you know she works in our missions office. Without Kim and our entire office staff the over 100 families in more than 80 places in the world could not do what they do as effectively. I am so proud of her work for the Lord.

When I preach, travel, train, assist or encourage missionaries I am able to do so because of your investments in the work of  missions. Thank you for praying for us.

Serving Him,
John O’Malley