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Williams Newsletter: April 2018

Jaimashi from Kathmandu, Nepal

We greet our fellow Christians with Jaimashi, which means, “Victory in Jesus”!

We truly realize here in Nepal that our Victory is in Him alone. So many are worshiping false gods, but we are grateful for the privilege to present the true and living God.

The Lord has blessed us in amazing ways by putting together a team of National IPHC leaders, pastors, and churches. We now have five province (state) directors, four associate province directors, 97 churches that have joined the IPHC, and 107 ministers. This represents over 5,000 members, as well as reaching into the 14 major unreached people groups in Nepal. All honor and glory to Him!

Judith and I have ministered in churches and National Province areas, as well as Province meetings. During these meetings, we have met with many potential IPHC churches and pastors and built relationships as we have discussed how, together, we can advance the Kingdom.

I had the privilege of commissioning new directors and associate directors in multiple locations. We are thrilled to have our first female leader in IPHC Nepal, serving as both an associate and School Director.

Pastor Joshua and his family from India joined us in Nepal to help with a pastors’ training in Pokhara. We were filled with joy at the way the ministers soaked in the Word of God. They also brought each pastor the New Testament and Psalm in Nepali on sim cards, which was a huge blessing.

Even though we are living in Nepal, Judith and I are still involved in India; here are photos of our IPHC work under the direction of Tony Misquitta. Judith was able to travel into India on a 30-day visa, which was an answer to her prayers. Each time we go to India, she has to reapply for a visa and pray for favor.

On March 15th, we welcomed Chase, Kristina, and Mercy Granstaff as part of the Nepal team. We are delighted to have them here and look forward to how God is going to use them to bless the people of Nepal.

Prayer Needs

• Please pray for wisdom as we make many decisions daily that affect the work here.

• Pray that we remain physically strong to carry out the call of God on our lives.

• Pray that we will be sensitive to the needs around us and know who and when to invest of our time and resources.

• Pray that we can effectively learn how to get micro-businesses started to help pastors have adequate income for their families.

• Pray over our visa complications in India and Nepal.

Thank you for your prayers, encouragement, and financial support that make this mission possible. May God continue to bless you for your heart for the world: this is also HIS heart. He loves the whole world.


Danny & Judith Williams


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