Pig fat and prayer

It’s been a marathon of activity here, but what a joy it is to see God working!  Gary has been assisting with a Grain Game Bible camp in Karcag, where he’s had the opportunity to start training some of the older kids in simple inductive Bible study.  Some very serious conversations have been taking place!  Pray that these young men will open their hearts to the Lord as they look into His Word. 

And tonight after camp is over for the day there will be a cookout — the Hungarian delicacy of pig fat roasted on a stick over an open fire, with the tasty drippings drizzled over thick hunks of bread topped with slices of onion, peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, etc.  Along with food for the body will come some food for the soul. 

Pray for Grain Game’s Chip Riley and for Gary as they tell the story of how God orchestrated “random” people and events to kick off the crazy, creative wonderfulness that is the Grain Game – Bible teaching for kids unforgettably illustrated through active games, demonstrations, lots of water, shaving cream, balloons and more.  In addition to the Bible truths explored throughout the day, the gospel message will be shared very plainly tonight at the cookout with the campers, family members and friends who come, so pray with us that hearts will be open to receive the message. Pray that nothing–including rain, which caused the postponement of this event last night–will stand in the way of decisions for Christ!