Greetings to all our ministry and faith partners!
Nepal Miracle Announcement
For those who have not heard, we have now purchased our new “Jackie Hess Memorial Nepal IPHC Headquarters” building. We are grateful for His timing in every step of this mission project over the past two years. There are so many to thank we could not possibly thank all of you personally. We are grateful for Bishop Gardner and IPHC World Missions Ministries for their guidance and help during this process. Thank you Fountain of Life Church, Elizabeth City, N.C., for your generous funding in this project. We are also appreciative of the other foundations, individuals, and churches who gave generously as well. Blessings to each of you.
Sunu Lama, the wife of the Assistant Nepal National Director, is shown here in the village where she grew up. Sunu is a blessing to IPHC Nepal in so many ways. Her father is a minister and has planted several churches in the mountains surrounding his village. She worked hard growing up, helping daily on the family farm. Judith and I love and appreciate the work Ashok and Sunu are doing for the IPHC in Nepal. During the past year, there have been forty-three new churches planted because of Ashok’s efforts and leadership.
We were also grateful for the provisions which allowed us to distribute large blankets with the IPHC People to People logo on them these last few months. It has been an especially cold and damp winter in Nepal, and most homes do not have heat. Pray we can continue supplying these life-saving blankets and charitable contributions to these people in need.
Recently, Judith and I were privileged to be a part of the SEND Conference at Emmanuel College with the The Awakening arm of World Missions Ministries. We participated in several venues, sharing about our adventures in missions, our story, and how we have progressed in it. I was able to preach on Wednesday evening and had a great time with the youth, ministering on “Dominion” over our enemies.
God was gracious in allowing us to be state-side in January when Judith’s mother, Helen Phelps, age 95, transitioned to be with her Messiah. She was raised in a Jewish home in Morocco, North Africa. She became a Christian after she moved to the USA with her new husband, Joseph Harrell Phelps. They lived in Roper, N.C., and attended the Roper PH Church. She played the piano and was the accountant and secretary for the church for many years. She even did income taxes for people in the community until she was 90 years old. Mama Helen will be greatly missed!
Thank you to each of you who pray, give and support this ministry in any way. We appreciate you more than words can express. Your support allows us to go to the nations and share the message of Jesus Christ for which we are eternally grateful.
Danny & Judith Williams