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    December 22, 2009

    What a beautiful season the Lord has given us to celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ in humility and obedience to His Father. May we celebrate this Christmas, not only His greatest leadership in perfect obedience to God’s Word, but especially His greatest gift of eternal life.

    Praises:

    • We are thankful that the Lord continues to sustain us through the recent transition and we rejoice in your continued commitment to prayer and financial support for this ministry to our leaders.
    • What a blessing to see the Lord work in hearts as we continue to proclaim the priority of prayer for leaders according to I Tim. 2:1-4.

    Prayer Requests:

    • That there will be much fruit from prayer and the ministry of the Word of God as we serve our leaders in 2010. Pray for our legislators as Session begins on January 13, 2010.
    • We look forward to having the pastors gather again at the Capitol in the coming Legislative Session on January 21, 2010. Pastor Tim Hight will be our featured speaker. Pray that many of our leaders will hear and respond to the Gospel and that the pastors of our state will shepherd our legislators and minister to them effectively on that day.
    • May the Lord grant us the opportunity to minister to many in Congress in the coming year.
    • That there will be sufficient funding to begin the year strong as we seek to minister to our legislators in 2010.

    Thank you again for all that you have done in 2009 to make a difference in the lives of our leaders. Have a Merry Christmas!

    Rejoicing in His grace,


    David Andersen

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