Friday, January 23, 2009

Update On the Jung's Arrival in Poland

For those of you following the Jung's, Christian was our Worship Pastor & his wife Christy was our Children's Worship Arts Director, they arrived safely in Poland. They will be serving along side our sister church there for at least hopefully one year. Here is the letter I received from Pastor Daniel:

Dear Brett,
This is just a short note to let you know Christian, Christy and the kids have arrived safely in Piotrkow. WOW! We are so thrilled, man!
We left them in the church now to have some rest but tomorrow we will start introducing them to some new challenges of daily living in Poland :). First, they will have to cope with some Polish food they will be having with us in the afternoon :). More challenges are to come soon.

I am so very much looking forward to what God is going to do through them and through us working together among the people of Piotrkow. We do count on your prayers! We need them, brother! Thank you for standing with us in this battle for the souls of Polish people. Man, we live in such spiritual darkness over here, despite the label of a Christian country we have but "the one who is in us is greater than the one who is in the world"!

I am planning to stretch Christian out :) by involving him in different type of ministry and I am hoping he is going to do the same to me when we work together. I do pray this challenge will be of mutual benefit and blessing to both of us, which does not necessarily mean it is going to be easy! :). Please, be a part of it through your prayers! I will value your support deeply!

Give our love to everybody in the church but especially to those we know and do stay in touch, pal!
In Him
Daniel


Please be praying for the Jung's (Christian, Christy, Jonas, Jordan, Justin) as they adjust to a new life, new food, and a new culture. They hit the ground running as they start a Winter Vacation Bible School Next week. For updates on the Jung's, visit their blog Here. We will miss them, but for now, they are needed to reach one person, one country, one nation at a time.
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