I first want to say thank you to every church and individual that has continued to support us during this time. Our meetings have been quite sporadic over the last couple of months, but God has continually provided. During the time with no meetings, God opened a door for me to work. I was able to choose my hours, allowing me to continue to go to meetings when they did get scheduled. Praise the Lord, though, the time of no meetings seems to be behind us, and we are back on the road full-time now.
During this time of uncertainty, there are two things still certain. God will provide in His time, and there are people still needing to hear the Gospel. We have had many churches take us on for support, which honestly surprised me, and we have seen many saved.
On the 4th of July, I had the privilege to lead a man to the Lord. He had attended church off and on most of his life. He even self-identified as a Christian. Unfortunately, He was still trusting in works and was currently depressed. He told me that he had thought about suicide earlier that day, but it seemed like something had stopped him. I shared the Gospel with him, and a little while later, he accepted Christ into his heart. With tears in his eyes, he told me that he knew it was God Who had stopped him earlier that day.
Thank you, Pastors, for doing everything you can in your churches and continuing to get the Gospel to the people in your cities. There are still people searching for hope and help. Thank you for being there for them. If it weren’t for people like you, people like me could not do our work.
In His service,
The Newton Family