2015 Gospel move to Manchester, UK

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United Kingdom North
February 3
After we arrived in Manchester, we joined the full timers’ coordination meeting. We had some fellowship
regarding door-knocking in a local British family’s neighborhood who are interested in bringing ones in
their community into the church life. In the afternoon, we split up into small groups and went out door
knocking. There were a few that were open to us to come back and visits them. At night, we attended the
young people’s meeting, we (FTTA trainees) were asked to shared our testimony of how the Lord gained
us as young people to encourage the young people.
On Lord’s day, we had the Lord’s table meeting on campus; there were 33 saints joined the table meeting.
There are eleven full time serving ones and about eight open families at Manchester. We went to the
Bible distribution the next day. Even before we set up the table, students already came to us to ask for
bibles. We passed out 19 bibles and more than half were open for further contact to have bible study. At
night we had a student meeting to read the life study of Mark. Five new ones came. Some of them were
not saved yet, but they are really seeking and willing to do bible studies with the full- timers. The next
morning during coordination time, the full timers fellowshipped with us about practical ways to migrate to
Europe. They also shared part of their testimonies of how The Lord brought them to Europe and their
burden of Europe.
Prayer burden:
 Students and saints will be built up with one another to have vital groups; since there were a lot of
students at the meeting, pray for more open homes to take care the students.