may 2022 - Heather albrecht

Heather works with New Mornings Reentry Services, mentoring women at the Chester Counter Correctional Center and leading a Fresh Start class. Covid has definitely disrupted the routine of prison ministry and made mentoring and supporting women more challenging.


Please pray for...

  • The volunteers and co-workers who work alongside us at Lockheed Martin and New Mornings.
  • Additional volunteers to join the New Mornings’ ministry team and participate in trainings.
  •  Wisdom and creativity as we reach out to incarcerated individuals and their families.
  •  Our summer plans as we schedule childcare, vacation time, school camp for the kids, and Heather’s ministry hours.
  • Tim as he adjusts to his new work responsibilities, environment, and co-workers.

Thank God for...

  • Providing a different job  forTim which meets the needs of our family.
  • The opportunity for Heather to go back to work at the office with co-workers.
  • Family, friends, church, co-workers, therapists, and teachers who encourage and help us. 
  • The hope and healing we are all offered through relationship with Jesus!

april 2022 - BOBBY & MICHELE LAW

-Praise God for a fruitful time reconnecting ministry partners (churches and individuals) in-person in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan in the past two months.  Also, several meetings via Zoom. We leave for North Carolina on April 8.  Pray that God will continue to use our sharings to challenge many into missions.

-Pray for travel safety and health during our remaining home assignment in the US. We have not had much rest with all the travels.  Pray for adequate rest before we return to Taiwan on May 22.


-Christina is graduating from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program on May 8. She is taking the Physical Therapy board exam in late July.  Pray that she will prepare well for the exam and God will provide a suitable job for her.  


-Desmond is graduating from the Medical Doctor degree on June 12. It is a huge challenge for him to take the Taiwan medical board exam in Chinese.  He is considering taking the US medical board exam.  Pray that God will guide his decision.


-We are required to get COVID PCR tests no more than 2 days before we travel back to Taiwan on May 22.  Pray that the tests will show negative. Also pray that the quarantine period in Taiwan will be shortened from 10 days to 7 days by the time we return.


-We hope to visit Bobby’s mother in Malaysia. We haven’t seen her for more than two years due to COVID.  Pray that quarantine requirements both in Malaysia and Taiwan will be further reduced.


MARCH 2022 - EMMANUAL & ALICE ADOMAKO

Kindly pray for our leadership team as we cast vision for 2022. Please pray for wisdom, grace, and good health, especially for our rural children, families and farmers. The weather in Ghana around this time of the year is quite dry and intermittently humid, especially in the countryside.


Pray for our field volunteers and construction workers. Pray for eQuip Ghana faculty and incoming students for the next High-Impact Rural Bible and Leadership training program (January  July 2022).


We are still in need of medical supplies for our Rural Outreach event in July - December 2022, School supplies will be needed for our End-of-Year School Outreach and Fun Time with Jesus in 2022.


Please pray that God would provide 100 Ghanaian Language Bibles for 100 rural pastors in 2022.


Pray for our Prisons Outreach, Bible Radio Talk Show in the coming years, & a Church Plant in partnership with a local Bible-believing church, The Presbyterian Church of Ghana in 2022, God willing.


Pray for our ‘Back to School Outreach’ in January- March 2022.

Pray for the finishing touches, planning and dedication of our ministry building (Love in Christ Global Missions Center). Dedication is still slated for June 2022, 

FEBRUARY 2022 - Matt & Julie Walsh

Matt & Julie and their family spent many years serving in Burkina Faso. This summer they are transitioning to a new ministry in West Africa. The Walshes will be working with Friends in Action, International doing technical work which includes: well drilling, building construction, bridge building, water distribution, road construction, water filtering and mobilization.


Current prayer requests:

  • Praise for the return of our team members from home assignment.  It is great to have everyone back together and we await the arrival of the fourth family in the summer.
  • Prayer that we would find a good masonry team to help us with all the building projects.  Unfortunately there is a very large markup when the masons see foreigners and we are struggling to find someone who is reasonable and still decent quality.  This is an important relationship and an opportunity to spend a lot of time with some local people and share the gospel.
  • Please pray for Burkina as they just had a coup and are going through governmental changes again.  There haven’t been any major changes in the short-term and our friends are all doing well but it may have effects on the long-term stability of the country.

January 2022 - Daryl & Mary WItmer

Daryl & Mary Witmer have served for many years in Monson, Maine, running an apologetics ministry called Areopagus To America (AIIA). 


Current prayer requests:

• That God would be true to His promise to work in us both to will and to do His good pleasure (Philippians 2:13). 


That God would grant us stamina and move us to be strong, authentic in our relationship with Him, faithful in our service, selfless, focused, inspired in our work, wise in our decision-making and bold for Jesus, regardless of the circumstances that might come along in our lives in 2022.




december 2021

Below are some requests from a GPC family serving in Western Asia


-Unity and brotherly love for one another in our believing community of nationals and expats


-Wisdom, boldness and favor as a couple of brothers go to inform the local authorities of our plan to have a Christmas party during the week before Christmas.


-Boldness for us to share about what we really celebrate at Christmas - often the first response to seeing our home and decorations is "Wow, look at that beautiful New Year's Tree!"


-For humility and forgiveness to mark us as a believing community.


-For wisdom in interactions with the staff at the retreat center - tensions among the national staff have continued to increase and disunity abounds.