Dear praying friends,
Autumn greetings from Lesotho! Our weather seems a little mixed up at the moment. Normally fall brings cool, dry, sunny weather. The last couple days we have had the cool, but not the dry or sunny! We've had an inch of rain since the weekend and no sunshine. It's supposed to get down in the 30s later this week with a chance of snow in the high moutains. I guess we'll see.
- Ntate Kali was the main speaker at a weekend prayer conference at Hobhouse in South Africa. He said that the Lord really blessed the services and some backsliders came back to the Lord.
- Last weekend Pastor Lehlomela invited family, friends, neighbors to a celebration to dedicate the house he built. There was a short evangelistic service at the beginning, and a number of people expressed an interesting in seeking the Lord. To read more and see some pictures you can go to our blog. The link is https://gaultsinlesotho.blogspot.com/2017/04/house-dedication.html
- As I'm writing this, Stephanie is in Germany on her way to spend a few days with her mother. Although her mother's health is still fairly good, we felt it was good for her to spend some time with her. Please pray for her travels and for the children and I here in Lesotho.
- Please pray for us as we prepare to apply to the U.S. government for Caleb's immigration visa. We can apply after the 28th of April. (We will have lived with him for two years then--a part of the requirements for him to get U.S. citizenship.) Please pray that the U.S. embassy in Johannesburg will decided to process our application in South Africa rather than making us send it to America. If they process it in South Africa, it will still take 3-6 months. If it goes to America, it can take a year or more!) Also pray that our application will be complete and correct on the first try and that it will be processed quickly.
- Please pray for the annual Easter Conference in Lesotho this weekend. We start on Thursday night and go through Sunday afternoon. We really need a special outpouring of God's Spirit!
- Lightning struck some of the electrical wires and transformers in our area on Monday afternoon. We've been without electricity since then. Evenings by kerosene lamp aren't too bad, but I'm struggling to keep food from rotting in the fridge and freezer. Everything is in the deep freeze now, but it's goiing to thaw later today. Please pray that the electric company will come to fix the problem quickly!
Thank you so much for your faithful prayer support!
Glenn, Stephanie, Kaitlyn, Kristell, and Caleb Gault
Hope International Missions