We have a praise report: After a biopsy the doctors said that Dave has stage 3 cancer (not stage 4) in one of his lungs. He’ll undergo chemo and then possibly surgery to remove some of the tumors.
Pray for strength and healing for Dave.
IAN AND ELAINE CROFT
Ian and Elaine have served in Oaxaca for many years.
He is our builder and maintenance supervisor. She is our resident
decorator, artist, and minister to those who are incarcerated.
At present, Elaine is in Alberta undergoing cataract surgery.
She will also undergo other medical tests.
Please pray for these faithful servants of Jesus Christ.
“I was a prisoner and you visited me,” Matthew 25: 36. Perhaps you are aware that our son, Craig Pereau, was incarcerated for many years. He came to a dynamic Christian faith while in prison. In Chino State prison he wrote a book,
The Little Lost Pup, which has been used to bring many inmates and
others to Christ (available for a $12 donation to His Ministry).
Our granddaughter, Christie Goodwin, in Virginia is now serving
as a barber in a men’s prison. Hopefully, she will be able to distribute
The Little Lost Pup, written by her uncle.
Also, on the East Coast, Paul Hatley is distributing
The Little Lost Pup in prisons and in jail.
Please pray that their efforts will help transform lives.
Perhaps it is needless to say, but there are many situations at Rancho de Cristo, our drug rehab center in Baja, where healing and deliverance are needed. We thank and praise God for Hans and his leadership team. Hans makes two trips of 350 miles each month, from their home in Van Nuys, CA.
We certainly need to pray for safety on the road and stamina for Hans.
COLLEEN ANDREA LOMBARD
Thank you for praying for our daughter, Andie. The knee surgery was successful.
Pray that she will have a full recovery.
TWO-YEAR-OLD WHO BURNED HER HAND PICKING UP A HOT COAL
Our nurses in Baja have done house calls for many in need of
medical aide from pressure sores/wound care, etc., but praise God,
the medical and dental center has officially reopened!
A medical and dental team came from Wisconsin and brought supplies, hygiene kits and other donations. Over the course of five days they saw 350 patients.
Our X-ray room needs certification.
There are many rules and regulations; please pray.
Please continue to pray for Alexis so the doctors can continue treatment on his leg.
Alexis’ father is unable to work during this hospitalization. His father thanks those who have provided financial support. We still need God to do a miracle.
Praise God for the many work groups that have come in June and July.
We thank God for each of them.
Outreach supervisor, Graciela, writes: “We thank God for the hundreds of pounds of beans, rice and powdered milk that were given to the destitute."
SARAH WITH HER SON
Frank Smith writes: Please pray for our daughter Sarah. She is awaiting surgery for her hips because tumors have formed over both of the replacements and infection is involved. Now she is exhibiting signs of Leukemia and must have a bone marrow biopsy before they can continue. Her doctor cried with her.