Frank & Cyd James
2 Yilberra Drive
Falcon, WA 6210
In Australia: 04-3709-704
Home Missionary Baptist Church
6389 E. Lake Road
Millington, MI 48746
November 2017 Report
“For thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I, even I, will both search my sheep, and seek them out.” (Ezekiel 34:11). Greetings in the precious name of Jesus Christ, who is “that great shepherd of the sheep,” (Hebrews 13:20).
The Lord has enabled Cyd and me to get settled in a rented house in one of the suburbs of Geraldton, for which we are thankful. It required two trips to Perth and back to get moved. Nevertheless, all went well, and we are gradually getting everything organized.
I have also begun looking for a meeting place in which to conduct worship services, hoping to get started as soon as possible. After we are able to get a location, I hope to place announcements in the local community newspapers concerning our services. It is always our desire to place gospel bulletins in these newspapers, as well as continue with our regular practice of distribution in the local and surrounding neighborhoods.
Bro. Norman wrote that he and the brethren in Port Moresby are doing well and having a special fellowship this month. He also reported that due to civil disturbance, he has been unable to travel to the Highlands as he had hoped. We appreciate your prayers for them. Thank you always for your continued love, prayers, encouragement, and support for the Lord’s work in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Love in Christ,
News From The Homefront
Where are the dinner plates? That was the big question for 3 days as we unpacked and moved into the house we rented. It seems the older we get, the harder it is to move. Thus, we did a major downsizing that has made us both feel better. The issue that has been the hardest on this move is that either our boxes got infested with roaches at the storage place, or this house was infested. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when there was a roach in my glass of water on my bedside table. I’ve been called OCD clean, so that meant a war was on. One thing that Frank thought to do is to pour bleach down the Aussie-type floor drains that go to the outside. After three days of not seeing any roaches, he said that maybe that worked and cleared them out. I thought so too until I turned on the light that night and saw one run by my foot. Now it’s been five days, and once again optimism is in the air. However, I still want to keep a flyswatter near my side of the bed.
A friend in Christ,
This mission is an integral and inseparable arm of Home Missionary Baptist Church, Mt. Morris, MI.
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