Missions Update and Prayer request

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Pastor Gary Kusunoki
Assistant Pastor
Calvary Chapel of San Juan Capistrano
31612 El Camino Real
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Office Phone: +1(949)443-2572
Email: pastorgary
Website: www.calvarysjc.com

Calvary Missions Wrote a New Post
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Denise Carlsen is Home!
For the last two weeks we have been praying fervently for one of our missionaries Denise Carlsen in Uganda. She may …
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Prayer for Uganda

Please be in fervent prayer for Uganda and Kenya. A swarm of locusts larger than anything they have seen in 70 years is plaguing their countries. They are destroying all the crops in their path. If they don’t stop them it will cause a massive famine in East Africa that will affect millions of people. Pray for a strong East wind to blow them out into the Indian Ocean. They don’t have the ability or technology to destroy them. This swarm is larger than 250 football fields. With the predicted rains in June this swarm can grow up to 500 times larger if it is not stopped. The swarm may reach Soroti today which is where Pastor Juventine and Elizabeth are. Naluko where Hearts 4 Africa is as well as Majok is not far from there.

Pastor Gary I Kusunoki
Calvary Chapel San Juan Capistrano
31612 El Camino Real
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Office: +1(949)443-2572
Website: http://www.calvarysjc.com

Uganda Blessings

Greetings from Naluko, Uganda.
Our team had the honor of meeting an entire family with special needs yesterday near the church in Naluko. We were told of this family by Pastor Majok of Calvary Chappel Naluko. The mother is completely blind and lost her husband awhile ago and her daughter and two grandchildren live with her in a small one bedroom house. To add to this, her daughter and both grandchildren are lame. She told us the these diseases run in her family as her parents were disabled also. They were such a sweet family and were so excited to extend a warm welcome and show hospitality to us as we visited them.
We asked if we could share a story with them and they all accepted the invitation. We shared the story of Jesus and his time here on earth, his crucifixtion and his ascension to Heaven. They listened intently and we asked if they would like to receive Christ’s call to join Him in His Heavenly Kingdom. The mother said she had received Christ as her Savior but her daughter said through the interpreter that she would like to. We prayed with her and upon completion her face was filled with joy and her hope was restored. We know that seeds were planted into her grandchildren and many neighbors that were there also listening to the Greatest Story Ever Told.
Thank you all back home for your prayers and support which we really feel. Your prayers are the power supply that feeds this ministry