Update and Prayer Requests

11 11 2013


Things are moving very fast for us right now and there are so many things on the horizon.  October was our first month of weekly worship services.  We average 23 people in worship and 23 people across 4 home groups.  More important, we have seen people begin one on one discipleship meetings and one of our brothers lead a coworker to Christ!  We are extremely thankful for how the Lord is working in October.

Looking ahead, we have many questions.  We hope to officially launch on Easter 2014.  What does that look like?  How do we get there?  These are the questions we must answer over the next couple of months.  Thankfully, I have a group of great men (Sam Graf, Ricardo Hosein, and Grant Takiguchi) who are serving as overseers and will help with those answers.

What is most exciting is seeing this group truly come together as a church.  We worship together, we fellowship together, we minister to one another, and we reach out to our community together.  I have had numerous people tell me this month, “This church is my family.”  Recently a group of men from Aloha Community Church began assisting NAMB missionary, Darla Richardson, in her work with Chuukese teens in Waianae.  I can only imagine what will grow from such a beginning.

Please continue to pray for us as we continue to share the Gospel in Ewa Beach.  Please also pray for the following: 

  • For wisdom as we work through the practicalities of meeting and doing ministry together.
  • For the possibilities to work with other area churches for a common goal.
  • For a long-term meeting location.  Wether we remain in the park or find another place, pray for the right location.
  • Personal, pray for the Lord to provide.  Our van (our only vehicle) had to have a transmission rebuild last week.  This is a costly repair but we had to do it in order to have transportation.  I used a personal credit card.  Please pray that the Lord provides and we do not have to pay interest, but rather can pay the bill when it comes due.

Aloha, In Christ,

Aaron Davis




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