“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.”
January 29, 2019
Dear Saints and Faithful Brethren,
I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Let me start by saying thank you for all of the cards and Christmas gifts you sent to us by way of extra support. My family and I are truly blessed to have people like you as a part of our lives and ministry. We could not do what we do without God’s people supporting us and praying for us.
In our last prayer letter, I had asked you to pray for the special services that we were going to be having in December for the inmates for Christmas at Livesay Corrections in SC. As a result of these services we had several men ask the Lord to come into their hearts and save them. I cannot think of a better gift to have gotten at Christmas than that of eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ. Also, in December we had another revival meeting in North Carolina at Lincoln Corrections. We had good services and many men at the altar getting help from the Lord.
In January, we worked with Gulf Coast Prison Ministry as they came to Livesay Corrections in Spartanburg, SC to do a 3-day revival meeting. We had great services and a great turn out. We had one man ask the Lord to save him during this meeting.
As always, I want to thank you for your 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