Warren Storm Prayer Letter: God's Blessings

God’s Blessings

We are so thankful for your faithful prayers, support, love offerings, and fuel. In January we needed to replace four worn-out tires on the utility truck, costing over $600. God provided the biggest part of that through Pastor Mike Watkins of Lighthouse Baptist Church in Eustis, Florida. We were able to help them get their Bus Ministry up and running again. I had the honor of going soul winning with Jason, one of his former bus kids who is a county judge in Orange County, Florida. While we were soul winning, Jason was able to lead a person to Christ. God is so good! The Bus Ministry still works!

God enabled us to travel 1,046 miles and help 21 churches. We helped the bus mechanics fix 28 buses, putting 6 back on the road that had not been running. We preached and taught on the Bus Ministry 17 times. It was our joy to see 7 people trust the Lord as their personal Saviour; 3 of those who got saved were parents of bus kids.

When we first went to Florida, we helped Central Fellowship Baptist Church. They had two buses that were broken down. They were told it would cost $2,000 – $3,000 to get them fixed. We found a simple problem that was causing all the symptoms of overheating. We were able to put them both back on the road for about $400. “To God be the Glory! Great things He has done!”

Foster Parent

One parent of bus kids was a foster mom named Nadine. She had several foster children, and the bus workers kept the children busy while I talked to her. She had a three-week-old baby near her in a swing when I began witnessing to her. The phone rang two or three times while we were talking. Then a four-year-old boy wanted to hold the baby as the phone rang again. I told her I would hold the baby with the little boy. When she returned, I shared the Gospel with her, with the baby still in my arms. She listened attentively and bowed her head and trusted Jesus as her Saviour. What a joy that was!

Thank You for Your Prayers

In late 2019, our daughter and son-in-law Angela and Gregg Schoof, and their family moved from Rwanda to Uganda, East Africa. They are scheduled to come home on furlough the middle of May. Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, that may be delayed. Their oldest children, Caleb and Hannah, hope to enroll in Hyles-Anderson College in the fall. God is in control. We are praying for each of you and your ministries, as well as for America and for the whole world during this Coronavirus Pandemic. We so appreciate you and your prayers at this time. Trust God and stay safe!

Yours for souls,

Warren & Jary Lynn Storm