Week of Prayer: 2 of 8

It’s Monday (4/4/22) and it’s the second day of our week of prayer emphasis for missions in North America.

In America, there are 275 Million people who need the Lord. It is not the responsibility of the Baptist to reach them – it is the Church’s job. Jesus saves, and only Jesus. But He uses the Church to reach the world and we are part of the Church. All believers in Jesus are part of the Church.

I hope to introduce different people who have felt the call to reach a portion of the 275 Mill people that need to hear His message of hope.

Missionaries Michael and Traci Byrd feel God has called them to care for people who feel abandoned. The neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, where they are planting a church has a high poverty rate, a high crime rate and is home to mostly single-parent families. But shared meals, group cooking lessons and even trips to the grocery store have become pathways to building gospel-centered relationships and reminding their neighbors that God has not forsaken them. Join us on Day 2 of this #AnnieArmstrong Week of Prayer, in asking God to give the Byrds wisdom as they creatively reach their community.

Our goal is $2,500. You can give online or through offering at Evergreen.

Let’s pray for the Byrd’s – their work is powerful.

United in Prayer!

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About Todd K Estes

In this journey called Life, it gets a bit muddy - But Jesus sees beyond the mud and sees the person He created, the person He loves, and the person He is still working on. I am one of those persons - and so are you. I am a sold-out follower of Jesus, husband way out of my league, father to a great son, part of the family of God, and pastor of a great church family - Evergreen Baptist in Appomattox.

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