Micah Bull Prayer Letter: Safely Back in the U.S.Hallelujah! We have returned to the U.S. We would like to thank all of you who have been faithful in giving and continuing in prayer support. During our stay in Canada, your love and generosity took care of our needs. They also kept us safe in recent events that occurred. “The name of the LORD is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.” (Proverbs 18:10)

August 7-11

August 7, we arrived in Leduc, Alberta, Canada, to be in town with several churches for the weekend. On Saturday, we were with Cornerstone Baptist Church for a baby shower and soul winning. I went door to door with Milton, while Pastor Rice went alone to a different street. I was able to witness to Heidi, Matthew, and another person; but they were not ready to receive Christ as their personal Saviour. The next day was a very busy Sunday. At Vision Baptist Church, we attended the morning and afternoon services, where two young men and I preached. After the services, we helped assemble John and Romans literature with the church. In the evening, we presented our ministry, and I preached for the evening service at Capitol City Baptist Church. On Monday, I passed out John and Romans literature with the people of Vision Baptist Church. While passing out the literature, I witnessed to a man named James, who was also not yet ready to receive Christ as his Saviour. On August 11, I handed a Gospel tract to a lady named Montana while passing a park on the property where we were staying.

August 23 & 26

Pastor Rice asked if we could fill in for him while he was taking his family on a trip to Hyles-Anderson College, so we happily obliged his request. We were able to be a part of all three services on Sunday. I taught the Sunday school lesson and preached for the morning and night services. Arianna and her family performed the special music for the services and blessed many. Then on August 26, we were able to be with Cornerstone Baptist Church one last time before returning to the U.S. for a Wednesday evening service. After the service, a family of the church invited us over for an evening meal.

August 27-30

Arianna and I flew from the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, airport to the Calgary, Alberta, Canada, airport, where we met Naomi (Arianna’s sister who is going to Hyles-Anderson College) to fly to Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta when we were going to buy lunch, we only had cash, but the fast food restaurant did not accept it. A lady behind us paid for all of our meals and did not want us to pay her back. God was gracious to place kindness upon the heart of a generous stranger. From there, we flew around the hurricane and into Dallas, where Mr. and Mrs. Beltran were ready to pick us all up. On August 28, we started our road trip to Indiana. That night was a tough night, but I was able to witness to Frank, who had just lost his home due to the hurricane in Arkansas. He was already saved but was thankful for the water bottles and the few dollars that we gave him. Finally, on August 30, we safely arrived in Hammond, Indiana, for the night service of First Baptist Church. It was a refreshing time to be back in the area of our alma mater.

We will be here in Indiana for a week helping Naomi get settled in at Hyles-Anderson College, and then we will begin to travel back to California. Please pray that we are able to reschedule some meetings and schedule some new meetings. After COVID-19, all of our meetings had to be canceled.

Please pray for:

1. Safety in traveling.
2. Salvation of souls.
3. Scheduling new meetings.

With God’s love,

Micah and Arianna Bull
Furtherance of the Gospel