The pictures above are from two of the three locations that our annual Youth Conference was held this year. Covid has changed everything, including the way Youth Conference was conducted this year. Instead of one location for 15-20 churches to gather, this year our folks met in three different locations.
God blessed in so many ways in the new format, and for this we are extremely thankful. Along with lots of good preaching, food, fun, and fellowship, we even had folks saved and baptized during this year’s Youth Conference.
WE ARE THANKFUL FOR YOUR PRAYERS FOR THIS YOUTH CONFERENCE. GOD HAS SURELY ANSWERED!
PLEASE PRAY THAT THE MANY DECISIONS THAT WERE MADE AT THE VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THIS YEAR’S YOUTH CONFERENCE WOULD STICK AND BRING FORTH MUCH FRUIT IN THE YEARS TO COME!
As most of you know, much of Southeast Asia has seen a spike in COVID infections and deaths over the past month or so. As a result, much of Southeast Asia is “locking down” once again, which, of course, means folks can’t work and in many cases are unable to care for their families.
Denise and I, along with our folks back “home” are grateful for the many Christians and churches that have been praying and giving for our ministry “Operation Samaritan’s Compassion.” Over the past year, amid the COVID CRISIS, when the poor are hit and hurt the most, with your help, we have been able to help many.
WE ARE THANKFUL FOR YOUR PRAYERS AND FOR YOUR GIVING TOWARDS OPERATION SAMARITAN’S COMPASSION!
The pictures below are just a handful of the folks that we have been able to help because of your prayers and your giving!
PLEASE CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR THE POOR, THE NEEDY, AND THE HELPLESS AROUND THE WORLD IN THE MIDST OF THE COVID CRISIS!
We covet your prayers as we are still stuck here in the States. As we have mentioned often, I am grateful for the technology of the day that enables both my wife (3 women) and I (six men) to continue discipling folks back “home,” as well as teach our Bible College students two days a week.
WE ARE SO VERY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR INVESTMENT, YOUR PRAYERS, AND YOUR GIVING THAT ENABLES US TO DO THIS AND SO MUCH MORE!
PLEASE CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR THESE YOUNG PEOPLE TO CONTINUE TO BECOME WHAT GOD DESIRES FOR THEM TO BECOME AND DO WHAT GOD HAS CALLED THEM TO DO!
We are so pleased to announce that our pastor friend that had been incarcerated over the past 13 months is now home with his family, church family, and friends. We want to thank you for praying and, in some cases, giving to help his family over the past year through Operation Samaritan’s Compassion!
As always, Denise and I, along with our many friends back “home,” want to thank you for your prayers, your giving, your love, and your friendship!
Johnny and Denise Esposito
2 thoughts on “May 9, 2021”
Good report as always! I was wondering who the man doing the baptisms is? I don’t think I have met him.
Thanks again for your faithfulness
That’s Pastor apraxia! A good friend that pastors in Thailand.