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February 11, 2019

Praises and Requests

Praises

  • As always the praises are too many to count. But the legislative session is off to a great start. I have had lots of interaction with legislators and staff
  • Year-round, between my wife and I, we typically run from 3 - 4 staff Bible study groups, but during the legislative session we usually add between 1-2 more legislative groups to our schedule, which becomes both a praise and a request.
  • We have held 3 artifact exhibits over the last few months. 1 in Jonesboro, AR, another in Hope AR, a third in the State Capitol of South Dakota, and in a few minutes I will be heading to the State Capitol in Indiana to do a fourth one! 

Requests

  • I ask for for safety traveling to Indiana and back, and for God to bless my family in my absence, and the artifact exhibit at the Indiana State Capitol.
  • Funding, I have and will miss several days of bi-vocational work traveling to and from exhibits. Please pray for my gracious employers, that God would richly bless them for their graciousness toward me in allowing me to travel to serve the Lord in this way, and for God to send enough funding our way to make up the difference, as well as enough funding to minister well to legislators when I return!

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Sincerely,

Jason Palermo