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Prayer Requests from The Mordecai Project / June 19, 2017

Dear Friends of the Mordecai Project:

Thank you so much for your prayer covering. This has been a challenging month so far! I really need your help.

As soon as I returned from my trip to Mexico my father was admitted to the hospital in LaGrange. He stopped eating, and his speech became slurred. Doctors are monitoring his situation right now. He recently turned 90 and he is very feeble. My mother is worn out from the stress of caring for him. Please pray as you feel led by the Holy Spirit. I spent the last few days with him in his hospital room, and I played his favorite hymns as he slept. In the photo below you can see that he is still smiling when he is awake!

Dear Friends of the Mordecai Project:

Thank you so much for your prayer covering. This has been a challenging month so far! I really need your help.

As soon as I returned from my trip to Mexico my father was admitted to the hospital in LaGrange. He stopped eating, and his speech became slurred. Doctors are monitoring his situation right now. He recently turned 90 and he is very feeble. My mother is worn out from the stress of caring for him. Please pray as you feel led by the Holy Spirit. I spent the last few days with him in his hospital room, and I played his favorite hymns as he slept. In the photo below you can see that he is still smiling when he is awake!

Last week my previous assistant Adrian Heiden trained my new administrative assistant, Paul Muzichuk (in the photo below in the blue shirt). Adrian also trained my wife, Deborah, who will be handling our finances and donations. We want to serve you any way we can. If you have questions about donations, or any other issue, please contact us at mordecai.assistant@gmail.com

Last week I flew to Queretaro, Mexico, to speak at a men’s conference called Refuerza. It was sponsored by Unidad Crisitiana, a wonderful church that I spoke at last year. The impact of this conference was incredible. God is tearing down the machismo spirit that has made Mexico one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women. Men not only repented for abusing their wives, but they were gloriously healed from the father wounds and childhood abuse that caused them to be so angry. It was a life-changing experience for many of the men who attended.

I am so glad to be a part of God’s family at Unidad Cristiana. Below you can see Pastor Claudia Cupido (center) and some of the leaders who serve with her. God is doing great things in Mexico. We read only negative news about that country in our media, but I am so encouraged to see how the church is rising there.

The young man in the photo below, Javier, had a powerful encounter with God during the Refuerza event. He was sobbing at the altar on the first night, and I prayed with him. He shared his testimony in the meeting the next day. A minister abused him when he was a teenager, and the shame created a huge trauma for him. But he was healed from the pain of this experience during Refuerza, and now he wants to share his story to help victims of abuse. He is also getting married to the girl in the photo in December.

On the Sunday after the men’s conference I preached all three services at Unidad Cristiana. I did a message about the Holy Spirit and God showed up powerfully. There were dozens of people saved in each service, and many more people were filled with the Holy Spirit. There is incredible hunger in the people of Querétaro!

The couple in the photo below came to me on Sunday after I preached. The wife told me that when I visited the church last year I prayed for her because she was struggling with infertility. She said that soon after that prayer she got pregnant and had this little boy, whose name is Joshua. It was special to be able to hold that little miracle in my arms!

During my time in Queretaro I became friends with this brother below, David, who is a leader in the church there. He was my translator and he helped host me. God knit my heart with David and we know we will do some ministry together in the future. Perhaps we will start a project for abused women in Querétaro one day. On my last day there I spoke at their Bible college, which is affiliated with Christ for the Nations in the U.S. David caught the vision for relational discipleship and I know he is going to invest his life in training many young leaders.

Meanwhile, our work in Peru is continuing. We have sent the next installment of funds to complete the women’s shelter in Tarapoto. Please continue to pray for the work there. We only need $15,000 more to complete the building. Please pray for these funds to come in! After that I am looking for a team of women who would be open to helping us furnish the shelter and decorate it. We want Casa de Emanuel to be as warm and inviting as possible for the abused women who come there for counseling. If you are interested in helping in this way, please contact my assistant Paul Muzichuk. We would love to host a team of women who could raise funds for the furniture and come to Tarapoto to decorate it, pray over the shelter and minister to women.

Thanks so much for believing in this ministry and for supporting us financially. Please keep me in prayer especially during this season of uncertainty with my father. I had to cancel two speaking engagements for this week so that I can stay close to him, which of course means a loss of income. But we are trusting God to take care of us. I will send you an update soon.

Deborah and I love you very much! Thank you again for your partnership in the gospel.

Lee and Deborah Grady

The Mordecai Project
P.O. Box 2781
LaGrange, GA 30241

 

 

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Rev. Doug Beacham, Bishop
International Pentecostal 
Holiness Church
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Rev. Barbara Wentroble
International Breakthrough Ministries
Dallas, Texas
Rev. Chris Maxwell, Campus Pastor
Emmanuel College
Franklin Springs, Georgia
Rev. Mosy Madugba
Spiritual Life Outreach
Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Rev. David and Angela Munizzi
Catalyst Church
Orlando, Florida
Barry and Myra Goldfarb
Deland, Florida
Rev. Michael and Eva Cole
Christ for the Nations Institute
Dallas, Texas
Rev. James Graham
International Gospel Outreach
Mobile, Alabama
Rev. Sujo John
Sujo John Ministries
Dallas, Texas
Mimi Haddad,
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Christians 
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Rev. John Chasteen
The Chasteen Group
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Rev. Eddie & Beth Taylor
Church on the Hill
Dalton, Georgia. 
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