The month of September promises to be a busy time for the LINK ministry.
Keep us in prayer. Mvto, Wado, Yakoke, Thank you
The Native American LINK is now back in Oklahoma after a full week of meeting with individual friends & churches whom we are blessed to know & love in Maryland and Virginia. Board members were able to meet people who were friends & supporters of Willene Pierce & the LINK ministry. We appreciate their continued support through praying, volunteers, & giving. We were blessed to share about the ministry with Middle River (MD) & Walnut Hills, Wmsburg, VA. We even squeezed in a ferry boat ride to Tangier Island, VA.
Here are a few pictures of our friends and Board members:
God surely blessed our LINK board today in Tennessee. We made a stop to see our Brother in the Lord, Fred Fudge. He has ministered to so many of our Indian churches & people over many years. We were able to sing a hymn & have prayer with him as we journey to Virginia today. We think of him as one of the BEST Bible Study leaders of today. We are blessed.
Please pray for our Native American LINK Executive Board as we journey to Maryland & Virginia to share information about what & how God is using this ministry to share the Gospel message. We are grateful for those who have had a part in the LINK ministry, whether through giving, working as volunteers, or praying. God has blessed us.
Today was very significant for Native Praise Choir. We sang Muscogee Creek hymns at a Creek Hymn Singing at Wetumka Indian Baptist Church. It was extremely hot, but that did not seem to dampen the work of the Holy Spirit.
Everyone drank lots of water, & given the old-fashioned hand fans, & just kept on singing. We closed with the traditional fellowship handshake & the Creek Dismissal Hymn on the church lawn. I had not participated in the handshake since I was a young girl. It brought back a flood of wonderful memories. I know, without question, that I heard the voices of my mom & dad, singing from Heaven. Thank you to the ministers who spoke, & to the many who came.
- Augusta Smith