Here’s what has happened since our last update.
- The main event of August was Hope Singers. The choir of 37, conducted by Lloyd Kauffman, toured to the northern, western, and eastern borders of Poland. There was exceptional openness and warmth from the audiences and many responded with invitations to come again in two years. We are grateful for this avenue of fellowship and mutual encouragement of believers in Poland.
- A Christian Ukranian family with nine children plus a grandmother came to Poland to escape the draft of their sons. They are currently in a refugee camp on the western border and are looking for fellowship with us and are looking for a house near here. In the refugee camp, they are the only believers and most of the others are Muslims. They very much miss their church and Christian school in Ukraine.
- Ria Wadel, who has taught English here for 4 years, returned to her family in Chambersburg, PA. Regina Yoder, who taught Lavern’s children for 2 years, returned to her family in Ireland.
In a few weeks, Gateway to English will open for a new school year. Fees charged for English lessons cover much of the cost of operating the English school, but some subsidy is required from donations. Contact us if you would like more information.
Financial support for the families working in Poland makes up a significant portion of the budget. If you wish to contribute to their support, simply earmark contributions accordingly. If you are led to pledge ongoing support, please contact Matthew Mast at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-789-4394.
Please join us in prayer about these needs. We are seeking the Lord’s direction, and we invite you to join us in prayer for His provision. These personnel fill crucial roles in the work of AIM, and it is our prayer that God will provide people to do His work.
Our prayer and praise requests are updated at www.aimpoland.org/pray/.