Hathcocks’ prayer update excerpts

Greetings from Debrecen,

We are so thankful for a full week and being able to follow through with some plans that we have made with others. It was also a lot of fun. Arianna had a great trip to Germany and enjoyed serving. After P.T. the cramps in my legs have almost gone away! Sometimes I feel like God wants us to be an advocate for the people that He places in our lives and we have met several different people this week.

A funny story about chocolate sprinkles at Coffee House. Last week we brought chocolate sprinkles, which is a common treat on buttered bread, for those who live in Holland. God sent us two people whom we have never met before from Holland to the Coffee House. I know that this was not a coincidence. It taught me to never overlook the small things that God asks you to do because it all fits into His plan.

We were also blessed to have some international students come to our home to cook. We had such a good visit with them and had some great conversation. Thank you for praying…!  Our neighbors have offered to let us cook pizza in their outdoor oven and so we did yesterday. They are in their seventies and we are not sure that they know the Lord but they are open to doing Bible study. So many people to pray for……….

Please pray:

  • A new friend shared that he was on a spiritual journey and Darrel shared a brief testimony with him so we continue to pray that as he searches after God that God would draw him to Himself.
  • “R,” a waiter from one of our favorite restaurants. He is on the fence spiritually and needs to let go of his old life and fully give his live to God.
  • That God would soften the hearts of our friends who are of another religion and speak to them in such a way that they know who He is. Also wisdom for several of us who have been sharing with them.
  • A neighbor couple, that God would continue to put a desire in their hearts to know Him, and wisdom for us as we pray about how God wants to use us to encourage them.
  • Saturday we will celebrate Thanksgiving with a mix of our American friends and some Hungarians. Pray that our friends would see Jesus in our lives and want to know more about Him.
  • “A,” a young man who has a heart to reach others, that he would see who God is sending him to disciple and take the first step.

Thank you so much for praying for us!

Blessings,
Kimberly Hathcock

Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!!!!!