This Week's Missionary Letter
WEEK OF November 8, 2020-Rev.Travis Snode--Vision Baptist Missions-
Europe Field Director
WEEK OF November 1, 2020 --Rev. David Roth--Prison Ministries-Rock of Ages Ministries
WEEK OF October 18, 2020-Rev.Travis Snode--Vision Baptist Missions-
United Kingdom
WEEK OF October 4, 2020--Rev. Russell Pruitt--
Macedonia World Baptist Missions-Montana
WEEK OF September 27, 2020--Rev. Young Ho Lee--Macedonia World Baptist Missions
South Korea
WEEK OF September 20, 2020---Dr. Daniel Fried--Hope of Israel Baptist Missions
Prayer Letter cannnot be posted per Dr. Fried.  Please see his website for information:  Hope of Israel Baptist Missions
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WEEK OF September 13, 2020--Rev. Samuel Kabiru--Prayer Baptist Missions--Kenya


August 2020
“O give thanks unto the Lord, call upon his name, make known his deeds among all the people. Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him. Talk ye of all his wondrous works.” Psalm 105:1-2.

Greetings to you all and I trust that this letter finds you all doing well in the Lord and above all rejoicing in God for the gift of salvation and His wonderful grace that has kept us to this moment. It has been about two months since our last letter and a lot has taken place in our lives and in the ministry and we thank God for everything. Apostle Paul tells us in Philippians 4:4, “Rejoice in the Lord alway,and again i say rejoice.”  These words have become more real to us than ever before as we have been faced with hard situations both at a personal level and ministry-wise.  At a personal level, we have been hit hard by economic hardship which has gotten worse due to COVID-19.  Our health is not doing very well and with our support being low, we find ourselves struggling.  But are rejoicing in the Lord.  Keep us in your prayers in these matters.  Some of you have sent us love offerings in this difficult time and we thank God for you and it means a lot to us.

We have this church called Harmony Baptist which is in a slum and we have been meeting in a private school for the longest time for a fee. When schools were closed down due to COVID-19, the owner told us that we would not be allowed back again and therefore we were faced with a hard situation. Now brother Charles, who is the pastor, had donated a portion of his property for us to build a structure, and therefore when this happened, we quickly put a structure up so that we now have a place where we can gather for worship. We thank God for brother Charles. We have used iron sheets for the walls and the roof and we have done the floor with concrete and cement. What is left to be done are the door and 2 windows. The cost for those 3 items is $200:  $100 for the door and $50 for each window.  We are  requesting people to help us with this. Whatever amount you can give we will appreciate, and these monies can be sent through our missions office.

God has continued to give us people to reach and others to disciple. A week ago  a young man in a wheelchair brought 2 others with him to our home. They don’t belong to our faith but they know what we do. The one in the wheelchair was saved and wanted us to help him lead his friends to Jesus. I took them through the Romans Road and they received Jesus to be their Saviour. I had some Bibles and gave them. God sometimes brings people to us so that we may tell them the beautiful story of Jesus. Nancy and I are grateful to God for the opportunity we have to reach people with the gospel of Jesus and to help others grow in their faith.

We thank God for your financial support and your prayers. It’s your giving that makes it possible for us to do what we are doing for God.  We do covet your prayers. 

Thank you and God bless you all.

Bro. Samuel Kabiru
P.O. Box 18492-20100
Nakuru Kenya * East Africa


WEEK OF September 6, 2020--Rev. Rey Villarreal Jr.--Warrenton Baptist Mission--Mexico

WEEK OF August 23--Rev. David Wade--Macedonia World Baptist Missions--
Tract Printing Ministry
WEEK OF August 2, 2020--Rev. Clayton Morris --VLMI-Romania