“But when he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion on them, because they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd.”
April 28, 2023
Dear Faithful Brethren,
Greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. I pray this letter finds you doing well. As we recently celebrated the resurrection of our Saviour, I am reminded and rejoice in the fact that we serve the one true and living God. The giver and sustainer of life.
Since our last letter I have had the opportunity to lead 9 people to the Lord. Some have been men in the prisons and some at church on the street and some in one-on-one soul winning. There is no greater feeling (other than when you got saved) than seeing someone give their heart to the Lord in salvation.
As things are starting to get back to normal, and we have ended any kind of Covid restrictions, things have gotten busy. We have had the opportunity to go by a few of our supporting churches in South Carolina, North Carolina and West Virginia over the past weeks to preach and give an update on the ministry. It was a blessing to see new and familiar faces and to fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
In a few weeks we will be having another revival meeting at the prison where I volunteer as a chaplain. Please pray for this meeting that the Lord will save sinners and that the saved might be revived.
On the home front, our minivan was repaired a few weeks ago. We thank the Lord that we are finally able to have it back and in good working order. The body shop did an amazing job. You cannot even tell it had been in an accident.
As always, I want to thank you for your continued faithfulness in giving and for your prayers. If there is ever a time when you would like for us to come by your church to give an update on the ministry or preach, please let us know.
“Remembering them that are in bonds, as bound with them;” (Heb. 13:3)
Your Missionaries to the Prisons,
Jason Kersh and family
Living Letters Prison Ministry 2 Cor.3:2