Today we left English Camp. It was a very sad day to think that everything we have looked forward to and prepared for, was already over. We had over 70 people at English Camp and I believe that this year’s was the best yet! The great thing about our trip is that we are not done yet. We have finished the bulk of our work here in the Czech but now the most important thing we can do is to transistion over our realtionships with Czech un-belivers or new belivers to memebers of the Youth Group we were with from Pardubivce so that mnistry, and growth can occur after we are long gone.
I am staying with a great family here in Pardubice. The student is Honza (or John)
His mother is a believer and his father is not a believer> Honza just became a Christian at Camp this week! Pray that he and his mom would be great examples to his father and sister and one day they would believe there is a God and that God is Jesus!
Tonight we will join the rest of the people from English Camp at the Pardubice bowling alley. That’s right they have bowling in the Czech. Pray that we would be intentional about transition the relationships we have formed over to Czech believers. Pray that we would be lights in the homes we are staying in this weekend. Pray that we would be a blessing and not a burden on the families we are staying with.
I can’t believe our time in the Czech Republic is down to 4 days! I absolutely love this place, the people, and am constantly challenged by the believers who amidst opposition in the most atheistic country in the world, friends, and family still hold fast to the truth about Jesus. It is a great honor to partner with the church in Pardubice and I look forward to what the Lord is going to do in this generation.
For the Czech’s for the Kingdom,