If you read our newsletter this past Tuesday, I shared some of the spiritual things that we come against in this area.
The back area behind Koinonia
As I became more and more aware of the fact that a lot of the Jehovah's Witnesses live on our street, I was overwhelmed. They seem like there are so many of them. Their building is huge. They seem to have different concepts on if helping hurts. (in other words, they seem to spend a lot of money on it and a lot of the people who go locally have a good amount of money)
hanging around before Bible study Friday night
As I stated in the newsletter, Nathanael reminded me that we have more on our side. I would also like to mention that in the same area of street, we have 2 Christian churches. (one Spanish speaking and one Kreol). It is comforting to know that in the physical sense, there are more buildings devoted to Christianity than JW's.
an intense game of "kings" on a Fun Friday
All of this to say I was personally challenged. It is not my responsibility to convince or persuade. It is my job to do what I'm called to do. I have felt that calling in the way of doing prayer walks on our street. This is where the title of the post comes in. I haven't done the prayer walking yet. I am hesitant to post this because then I need to hold myself responsible.
Thanksgiving time at Koinonia, everyone brings things to share and we pay for the treats. The funds go to the church's mission trip to Central America
I will be starting to prayer walk on Jan 8. I am hoping to do it every Tuesday, 7am our time. If you would like to pray with me, please sign up for the prayer emails. (which yes I also need to take more responsibility for!) I hope to share short snippets of the prayers and pictures of our street so you can picture it while you are praying.
we went to Corozal with Koinonia as they did baptisms. Nathanael helped as people were baptized
Thanks for joining with us on this journey. Thank you because without you we would be unable to do what we do.
Happy New Year!
PS please be praying for us as we prepare for the New Years party, our biggest event of the year.