Wednesday, December 22, 2010

12/19/10 - 10/25/10

Dear seafarer's friends, 12/19/10 - 12/25/10

Grace, mercy and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our
Lord. (2Ti. 1:2)

Our web-link is:

ships visited this week
4 ships on Monday:
- All Filipino; Filipino, Dutch, Russia, and Ukrainian; All Indian;
All Chinese. We visited the third ship last Jun. There were three
Christians on board, chief cook, general steward, and bosun.
Prayed with them and blessed their families. Receptive. An
initial visit on the last ship. The captain agreed that we can come
and sing Christmas caroling on the ship tomorrow night.

1 ship on Tuesday:

BALTIC ID - All Chinese. Seventeen from WHCC, two from

HCC, we formed this Gospel team and went caroling on this ship.

Five seamen showed their interest and conversion to Jesus Christ.

One converter and four prospects. Prayed with them and for their

families. Receptive.

Prayer requesrt:

1. A new 10' x 15' storage room.

2. The access to the Dock Status Report, and Shipping Schedule

for the Port of Houston.

Those prayers have been answered promptly. Praise the Lord.

From all of us at Lifeline to seamen we want to wish you and your family a very
blessed Christmas season and prosperous New Year. We so appreciate the gifts
and love you have shown to the seamen during this time. I know that the high seas
can be a lonely place, especially when away from friends and family. A special
thanks to all who went caroling on the ships with Thomas.

We love you all and pray for a special blessing on your household this Christmas

For to you is born this day in the town of David a Savior, Who is Christ the Lord!
Luke 2:11

Merry Christmas,

From the Malone's

I am going to attend the Chinese Mission Conference in Philadelphia
from 26 to 30 this month. The email will be resumed after that.

The Lord be with your spirit. Grace be with you. (2Ti. 4:22)

Your brother in Christ Thomas Tao

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