Friday, January 9, 2009

01/04/09 - 01/10/09

Dear seafarer's friends, 01/04/09 - 01/10/09

Grace and peace to you. (1Th. 1:1)
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End Time Harvest in 2009

- We thank God for the manifold blessings in 2008.
Be thankful for life, health, family, work, and above all, our faith in the Lord Jesus
Christ. Faith in Jesus makes life worth living. Without faith it's imporsibles to please
God. - So we begin 2009 with great anticipation and expectations. Trust God and have
faith in Jesus will overcome any obstacles we may encounter this year.
- We want to extend a very peaceful and prosperous new year to our seafarering
friends. May God protect you and your families. Keep you in good health and help
you to have a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.
- On Dec. 17 God revealed to Pastor Malone that in 2009 we'll witnes an
Thank God that we'll be participtants in this world wide harvest of souls. The fields
are ripe for the harvesting.
ships visited this week
1 ship on Sunday:
GENCO WISDOM - All Chinese. I took four seamen to Evangelical Formosa
Church. The response was very good. See attachment. Then we went to China
Town and shopping.
3 ships on Monday: EQUINOX DAWN - All Filipino; Receptive.
PANAM CELESTE - All Indian. We were on this vessel last May. Two
Christians on board. We prayed with one Christian and other three seamen
together. They all had Jesus DVDs in their own languages.
LIAN PING HU - All Chinese. It was the first time this ship came to Houston.
We prayed with six of them. Steven taught them how to pray. We took the fourth
engineer to Wal Mart. We spent over two hours in there. He got most of what he
and other seamen wanted, and we sent him back.
Steven Chao from WHCC came and help the ministry today.
2 ships on Tuesday:
BOW ENGINEER - Indian, and one Russian chief officer. Two Indian Christians and one Russian Orthodox on board. The captain is a Christian but the officers
didn't want me to see him because he was resting. I prayed with two Hindus at the
gang way.
ENTERNAL CONFIDENCE - All Chinese. We were on this ship last Aug.
Some of them recognize me from the previous visits including the captain. The
captain and the chief officer are baptized Christians. I prayed with the chief
engineer and he said he believed in Jesus. I also prayed with ten other crew
members at the meal. Steve Yeboha came and took eight seamen to his church.
5 ships on Wednesday: CLIPPER TROJAN, CLIPPER GOLFITO, and CLIPPER AYA - All Filipino;
Crotian, Myanmar, and Russian; All Indian. Eight Christians on the third ship.
Prayed with two of them and other Hindus.
FORMOSA SEVEN - All Chinese. We visited this vessel last Aug. Some of the
crew still knew me. They said in America church is the biggest. I think they meant
that the United State of America is a Christian country.
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. (1Th. 5:28)

Your brothers In Christ Tom Malone and Thomas Tao

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