Dear Prayer Partners, Friends, and Pastors,
The trip to Malawi Africa was a success. People responded to the gospel each week and I believe lives were eternally impacted. Each medical clinic, youth service, and church meeting had a blessing worth sharing at the end of the day. Joanna was able to come for the last three weeks of the trip and she did amazing working with the women and children. Her joy is contagious and the kids program wouldn’t have been the same without her!
The journey back to the USA was long. Almost 40 hours en route. God worked things out so that Joanna and I were able to make all of our flights and arrive in Florida to see my family. She did great with all the time changes and travel. It helps that she has the ability to sleep anywhere and anytime!
Since arriving in the states last Thursday I have been preparing for summer camps, weddings I am in, and my ordination. I will be ordained at West Florida Baptist Church, my home church. The counsel will be on the fifteenth of June and the service on the sixteenth.
June 10-14 I am preaching at Hoosier Hills Baptist Camp then flying into Pensacola that weekend for my ordination.
June 17-21 I fly into Michigan for Camp CoBeAc then to Texas that weekend for Joshua Young’s wedding.
June 24-28 I am flying back to Michigan where I am preaching at a camp in the Upper Peninsula and then back to Pensacola for Abigail Young’s wedding.
I really desire to see God work and touch young hearts this summer. I was reminded while in Africa that “The harvest is plenteous but the laborers are few.” Please pray that souls will be saved but also that the youth would become true Disciples of Jesus and give their lives as fishers of men.
Thank you for all you do to support this ministry. God is good and consistently bringing in the support I need to keep traveling and preaching the gospel. Brother Dave has also been so generous in helping me stay afloat to fulfill God’s calling and purpose in my life.
God bless you and your family,
Evangelist Micah Self