Warren Storm Prayer Letter:  A Goodly Heritage

A Goodly Heritage

On February 1, our dear mom, Dolores Storm, went Home to be with her Lord Jesus. We thank God that her pain and suffering are over. She and Dad raised us five children in a Christian home and saw to it that we were faithful to church. In later years she and Dad became missionaries, working with the Wycliffe Bible Translators in Columbia and Ecuador, South America. I’m thankful to God for my Christian heritage!

First-Time Visitor

At Lighthouse Baptist Church in Eustis, Florida, a young man, Octavious, came to Sunday school. Pastor Watkins had me teach the class. Afterward, Octavious told me that the lesson had touched his heart. After the pastor’s morning message, Octavious went to the altar. I had the privilege of praying with him there, and he trusted the Lord Jesus as his Saviour. Then, to identify himself with Christ, he got baptized.

Three Siblings Baptized

While we were on bus visitation at Faith Baptist Church in Gulfport, Mississippi, Bro. Scott and I were able to get a mom’s permission to have her children baptized. They were bus kids on Bro. Scott’s bus route. The next day the parents came to church to see three of their children, who had trusted Jesus as their Saviour, get baptized. It was a joy to see God working in that family.

From Darkness to Light

Also at Faith Baptist Church, Bro. Mike and I had the privilege of leading 42-year-old Duncan to the Lord by using the Gospel verses from the Bible program on my cell phone. It was at night, and his porch was dark. The phone not only lit up the verses, but it lit up the way for him to receive the Lord Jesus, “The Light of the World.” He realized his need, and he trusted Jesus as his own Saviour.

Home in March

We were able to attend some of our missions conference at First Baptist Church. Pastor Wilkerson had missionaries Charles Osgood and Luis Hernandez preach the conference. It was very inspiring and challenging as well. It was so good to be home. The last of April, our daughter and son-in-law, Gregg and Angela Schoof, and our six Schoof grandchildren will be home on furlough from Rwanda, Africa.

To Your Account

Please accept our thanks to you, our supporters and prayer partners. Everything we are able to accomplish for the churches, through God’s help and power, is recorded to your account. Without you, our “Keep the Buses Rolling” ministry could not be possible. God has so blessed these almost 22 years! We hope to be helping the fundamental, independent Baptist churches for another 22 years.

Prayer Requests

Pray (1) for more souls and bus families to be reached, (2) for CDL drivers, bus captains, and workers, even if just part-time, and (3) for more Bus Ministry missionaries. It is such a needed field of service.

Yours for souls,

Warren & Jary Lynn Storm