Shepherd’s Call team members prayed for a business that would help support their ministry among the “K” people group in Central Asia. One couple on the team bought a fruit dryer in a neighboring country, brought it home and tested it out. They dried apples and apricots from their own garden, using recipes they found on the Internet. They also tried various recipes for the popular Russian fruit confectionery called Apple Pastila which are small jellied sweetmeats served with afternoon tea. Once they calculate the expenses to produce the fruits, they will be ready to fix a reasonable selling price.
Please support us praying for:
- Successful business to help support K ministry.
- For team member “M” who is in pregnant.
We appreciate your support and your friendship in helping us to spread the Good News among the K people of Central Asia.