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Sunday, January 31, 2010


Not sure when I will find internet connection again to actually send this, but it is Sunday evening here in Guangzhou. God continues to show is great mercies and blessings.

We praise Him that our new daughters (who still can’t talk to us) heard God’s word today for the first time and they got to hear it in their own language, from a Chinese pastor in a Chinese church filled with Chinese!

We praise Him and pray that this will awaken their hearts and help them see that He is the God of all peoples and not a God of “those” westerners.

God took us to a shop on Saturday where the shop owner was a Bible believing Christian and invited us to her church today.

His praise is felt from the inside out. There was no language barriers for Amy and I when His people praise Him. Amen!

As an added bonus Amy was carrying the church flyer around the market after the service (the flyer also only in Chinese) and she got to witness to a Chinese Catholic when she asked in broken English “what is the difference between a Catholic church and a Christian Church”. God used Amy! Tough enough to do in your own culture much less to someone with limited understanding of the religions and the language. God is Awesome!

Pray for Judy, the young lady who invited us to church. She is battling her own Buddhist family

Pray for Michelle, the young Catholic mom of a little baby with an unbelieving husband.

David and Amy


  1. I have been following your blog and I have been praying for your family, especially for your new daughters. I am a convert to the Catholic Faith. Are you saying that readers should pray for Michelle, in part, because she is Catholic?? Why? Catholics are Christian.
    I will keep praying for your family.

  2. God is Good!
    God Bless you all.
    Jill :)

  3. To Red Brocade,
    I believe they meant to pray for her, because her husband is not a Christian at all. It is hard enough to be a Christian in China, but let alone hard to meet other Catholics. That is how I read it.
    God Bless!
    Jill :)

  4. Judy is great! We could not go to church with her due to our paperwork schedule. She is SO WONDERFUL!!!