Another Prayer Request

January 17, 2024

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Dear friends,
I am writing you to ask for your prayer support for my upcoming mission.

Tomorrow (January 18) I will be on my way to the airport to begin a new mission to Uganda at the request of my longtime friend, Reverend Henry Musana. I will be teaching on The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ to a group of his deacons and deaconesses first in the town of Iganga in eastern Uganda, and then at Henry’s home church of GEM Sanctuary-Nyanama, which is a little south of the capital city of Kampala. I will also be teaching at two Sunday services, first at GEM Sanctuary and the following Sunday at the Kireka Church of God.

Even though I have taught this subject many, many times, the material always feels fresh to me. It never feels stale, or like I’m just hitting the “repeat” button. The reason is because the material comes from the living Word of God. I can take no credit for the part of the class I did not write – and except for a few examples I’ve thrown in, this course comes straight from the Scriptures. As one who presents himself as a Bible teacher, I believe the greatest error I could make (other than teaching wrong doctrine, of course) would be to saturate the presentation with too much of ME. Then what do I end up with? A bunch of followers of ME? No thank you!

I am relying on help from above for this mission, and that is why I am turning to you once again to ask for your prayers. I’m not asking that everything goes smoothly. The best way for things to go smoothly would be for me to stay home and on my couch! But I am asking that God would so anoint this presentation that right people attend, the right things are said, and everyone goes away better equipped to face the particular challenges of serving God at this time in history.

We will be doing a bit of travel on the road, and I am going to try to use PowerPoint to make my presentation, so there are a lot of little things that could go wrong. I would appreciate your prayer covering on these things. But so long as we have God on our side, and we are where we are supposed to, things will be fine.

Thank you for your help in making this mission a success!

In the Service of His Majesty, the King of kings,
Tim Sullivan


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