Mark Siegwart Prayer Letter:  A Witness Unto All NationsWe consider it a privilege to present to churches around the country about Aviation Centered Evangelism. What a great tool it is to further reach into the uttermost with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. As the Scripture says in Matthew 24:14, “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.” Before the end comes, we must realize, with urgency, the task before us—reaching all nations with the Gospel.

The last couple months sure have been exciting, but not without challenges. The beginning of September, our vehicle transmission continued giving us issues, even after spending over $2,500 to get it repaired. However, the Lord allowed us to make it to every scheduled meeting during this time of vehicle problems.

How thankful we are for understanding pastors, such as Pastor Cory Bane, who allowed us to fly out to their missions conference. What a blessed time of not only talking about missions but also putting missions to practice on a mini missions trip to help a church plant in the D.C. area.

One very special meeting came at the last minute, but what a huge blessing it was. Pastor Godsey in Michigan called me on a Friday after hearing I would be in the area picking up a vehicle from my dad. We attended their missions conference that weekend, and they took on every missionary there. What a great group of missions-minded givers.

A similar story can be told of Pastor Hurst and the congregation there in Kentucky, who have partnered with us in the work the Lord has led us to do.

We are so often humbled by the kindness of God’s people as they seek to please Him and make Christ known. Whether in the Detroit area with a group of folks dedicated to keeping missions alive in their church or whether in Ohio visiting close to where my dad pastored when I was just a kid, we have found folks with a genuine concern for a dark and lost world. God is doing some amazing things, and we are excited to be a small part of it. What a wonderful thing it is to spread God’s love wherever we are.

Thank you for your continued support, prayers, and love.

Your servants in Christ,

Mark and Laura