The MIP Program Continues in Sofia

From Novermber 9  to 11, 2007 I had the opportunity to go to Sofia for several important ministerial activities. First of all, I was about to teach for a whole day a group of ministers from the Sofia region as part of the MIP program, and second, I was invited to serve with the Word of God in one of the local churches. I decided to take with me my oldest son Daniel, who is 13 years old now and was a big help for me – making pictures and doing other chores.

On Saturday (November 10) all of a sudden it starting snowing and soon the ground was covered with snow. This made me start worrying that the snow would prevent some of the ministers from coming to the lectures. But to my surprise 20 ministers showed up ready for classes. Praise God! We started with a word of prayer and with a testimony from one brother, who shared that while him and other ministers were riding to lectures, his car started spinning around because of the snow. Thank God there were no additional accidents on the road and no casualties. God protected his people once again.

So we started studying about the Old Testament, and first we payed attention to its meaning and purpose. The ministers listened attentively and took notes. It was a great joy for me to see there also our minister to Turkey – brother Hristo Cholakov. He is an incredible man of God, who works hard and diligent for God’s Kingdom. We had a time of fellowship and he shared with me that he is eager to complete the MIP sucessfully, and I believe that the knowledge that brother Hristo will aquire will help him a lot in his ministry.


On the next day (Sunday, November 11) I was invited to minister in the local congregation led by Pastor Georgi Naydenov, who is one of the students in the MIP program. We had a good service and we felt the move of the Holy Spirit among us. After the service I spent some time in fellowship with the pastor and the other leaders in the church.

Later the same day my son and I arrived safe and sound in Stara Zagora, despite the snow and the worsened conditions on the road. Daniel was so excited – he could not stop sharing with his mother and brother about his trip to Sofia. He was a good helper and I think I will be taking him with me on more ministry trips in the future.

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