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Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter December 1, 2020 (Oct. – Nov. ’20)

Posted on November 25th 2020

Dear Pastors, Friends & Family,
December 1, 2020 (Oct. – Nov. ’20)

As we just celebrated Thanksgiving, we were so glad to see all our children and grandchildren together. I am also reminded of how blessed I am to be saved and to be allowed to serve my Lord. Of course, as a missionary, the latter would not be possible without the prayers & support of you all. We are incredibly grateful for you all. Thank you!

I also want to mention the other holiday we had, Veterans’ Day, and thank those of you who have served to keep this country free. We are living in much different times than last year, and much has changed, but one thing will not change which is our responsibility to witness. Mary & I were at a mission conference in October, staying in ahotel. One day after the activities, we returned to the hotel and, as we pulled into the parking lot, we saw a lady sitting in her van with the side door open. I told Mary that the open door may just be a real “open door” for the gospel. We parked, got out of our car, and met Kim. After some small … Read More »

Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter October 1, 2020 (Aug. – Sep. ’20)

Posted on October 1st 2020

Dear Pastors, Friends & Family,

October 1, 2020 (Aug. – Sep. ’20)

Let me begin by thanking you for your prayers & support.  We appreciate you and are grateful for your sacrifice & generosity.  It is a blessing to see God’s faithfulness, too.  It is also encouraging to see people like you all with a burden for souls and your love for missions & missionaries.  We have again traveled several thousand miles each month these last two months.  Missions conferences started for us in August.  Apart from being in churches, it is a blessing to see people saved while out witnessing door to door, including some Hispanics.  Mary & I were able to lead a young lady named Ashley to the Lord in New York.  She was involved in drugs and witchcraft but the power of the gospel changed her life.  The pastor of that church sent us an update that she has been faithful to attend his church and growing spiritually.  Praise the Lord!

We are planning a short trip to Mexico later this month for a couple of weeks to check in on our church and to survey the new area we believe the Lord is directing us to.  We had … Read More »