Recently, I received a letter and photo’s from a pastor from Uganda, Pastor Dauson. This was my interpreter for ‘Christ- centered Evangelism Conference’ last year. Pastor Dauson shared in his letter that He took his entire congregation through that same Bible study in the months following the conference. Since that time, his local body of believers have been implementing the truths that they learned from the study in the local evangelism of Muslims. One of the photos he sent was the baptism of 25 adult converts, that have been converted through the practical application of the truths from that conference! Many of the baptisms were ‘former Muslims’, who have come to know the Lord Jesus Christ. Friends, that is just one pastor out of 500 which attended that conference. Lord willing, I will be returning to Uganda in August to teach Christ-centered Evangelism to an entirely new group of pastors. Also, the Lord has opened the door to teach this same conference in Nairobi, Kenya to a new group of hundreds of pastors, from many differ- ent denominations. In July, another opportunity awaits in Nicaragua, in a new city with an entirely new group of pastors. We will also be having an evangelistic outreach crusade during that time. Of course, we will also be returning to Cuba, if the Lord allows. The Cuban pastors and church planters have requested that I compile a new workbook on the subject of ‘True And Acceptable Worship’. Already, I have began working on that material and I am very excited about it. Please continue to pray for all of these open doors to see His Power at work for His Name Sake.


It was so wonderful to see the Lord send out His “saving power” into the lives of a number of adults and youth at
Evergreen Baptist Church last week!  This precious local church was led by their pastor in a wonderful way, to be
involved in intercessory prayer and practical preparations for this series of meetings. And God answered the
prayers of His people, in awesome manifestations of His strength and power!  Each evening service was abso-
lutely packed to capacity. Many of them were visitors from the community!