2 Cor 8:1-5
Moreover, brethren, we make known to you the grace of God bestowed on the churches of Macedonia: 2 that in a great trial of affliction the abundance of their joy and their deep poverty abounded in the riches of their liberality. 3 For I bear witness that according to their ability, yes, and beyond their ability, they were freely willing, 4 imploring us with much urgency that we would receive the gift and the fellowship of the ministering to the saints. (NKJV)
God has opened wonderful opportunities for TMCI in Africa and throughout the world. We see God moving mightily, and especially on the continent of Africa, in Mexico and in India. We believe that God in going to expand our ministry even more in Africa, Mexico, and India.
We also now have a calling to go into the far east in the next few years.
Just as God praised the Macedonians, I praise God for those of you who help support our missionary efforts. However, I do know that some people give a special charitable offering at year’s end.
I am asking you to prayerfully consider giving a special offering to TMCI so that we may continue to expand our foreign mission work. Below is a summary of what God has done through TMCI this year.
Praying for you to have a Blessed Christmas and New Year,
Bishop Bob Coulter
As I shared in previous correspondence, God has called us, and is blessing our foreign mission work.
We presently have 50 missionaries in foreign lands. God has opened Kenya with 10 Pastor who have joined TMCI-Kenya. TMCI-Zimbabwe has 75 Churches and 35 pastors. We have started TMCI-South Africa.
On November 24, Bishop Moses Nueman ordained 28 pastors in Nigeria and launched TMCI-Nigeria. In Ghana we have recently ordained 5 more pastors, bringing that total to 20 pastors for TMCI-Ghana. In TMCI-Liberia we have over 100 churches. In the last two months, we have 16 pastor who have joined TMCI-Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone was purely an act of God, as no one from TMCI has ever visted Sierra-Leone. God is truly moving in Africa for TMCI Ministries
In Addition to Africa, God is moving in Mexico. God continues to use Jim and Irene Reyes to advance LIMI, which is the Spanish name for TMCI-Mexico. They have pastors from Tijuana joining TMCI. One lay pastor has asked them to start a church in that area. The work in Oaxaca continues to grow, as well as do other areas. Pray for Jim and Irene as they are having the LIMI annual conference on December 6 and 7.
In India our ministry is still strong. Bishop Johnny Riley is overseeing the ministry in India. He will be visiting there at the end of January with Abednego Sigamani. We plan to have a leadership conference in India in 2020.
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