Rancho Cucamonga, CA
We continue to pray for remaining fruit, especially English-speaking ones, so that the Lord may have a
lampstand here in Rancho Cucamonga. The local saints and trainees continue to pray and encourage
each other to remain strong in the Lord and to continue fighting in this spiritual warfare here against the
enemy by the grace of the Lord.
After the gospel meeting on Lord’s Day, February 1st, 2015, a couple said that they wanted to get
baptized this Friday, February 6th, 2015. Other contacts also expressed their desire and willingness to
come to subsequent gospel meetings on Tuesday, February 3rd, Friday, February 6th, and Lord’s Day,
February 8th, 2015. We continue to go out on campus and into the different neighborhoods to invite
people to the gospel meetings and to bring the good news to them.
Tonight we had our fourth gospel meeting at one of the saints’ homes. The Lord blessed the meeting with
8 gospel contacts that came to join us tonight to blend and fellowship with the saints. Three of these
contacts were female college students that came to the meeting on kick scooters. The astounding part is
that they actually rode their scooters for about an hour from their house to get to the meeting tonight. The
Lord really does move in ways we can’t even imagine! After dinner and singing, right before we were
about to start the fellowship, a man and his fiancé, the saints’ neighbors, came in to join us as well.
During the testimony portion, the fiancé, in addition to the saints’ testimonies, shared with us her story of
her physical condition and what she has been going through. The meeting ended with a time of blending
and fellowship. Praise the Lord for his wonderful work!
Release of the baptism of the couple this Friday, February 6th, 2015.
Gospel meetings on Friday, February, 6th, 2015 and Lord’s Day, February 8th, 2015 – that the
Lord would bring many English-speaking ones, that they would be saved and baptized, and that
they would be remaining fruits of the gospel.
Twenty (20) remaining fruit in Rancho Cucamonga.
Five (5) English-speaking families to migrate to Rancho Cucamonga.
That the Lord would have a lampstand in Rancho Cucamonga.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA