II Timothy 2:2 “And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” June is traditionally graduation month, particularly for high school students. In light of the verse quoted above, what we have learned, we have a responsibility to pass on to others. I would challenge everyone reading this that they have a responsibility before God to be ever learning and ever teaching all of their lives.
In May I had the privilege to share the ministry of BFLW with 3 churches. Each was a special blessing to me. One of the greatest blessings of this ministry is to meet and make new friends in each church. (a man can never have too many friends) I also had the opportunity to attend the 55th anniversary of my high school graduation and spend time getting reacquainted with classmates. They have all gotten so old I hardly recognized them. Yet it was me that they made wear a name tag because I looked so different to them.
For the month of June I have 2 churches scheduled (you can check my itinerary through the month of November). I am also planning to be at my son Eric’s church in Rice Lake to celebrate Father’s Day with as many of my family as can make it. Then, Nancy and I are going on a week’s vacation with our daughter Robin and her husband Dave. We are going to Niagara Falls. We feel that after 55 years our marriage is going to last so we are going to honeymoon there.
I am working on the summit we will be hosting in August for all our center directors. It will be a one day meeting on August 11th at Calvary Baptist Church in Watertown. We are working on what we can do to develop an adoption program of some kind to work with our centers. Pray that we will have the wisdom and the commitment to see this through.
Our quarterly board meeting is scheduled for June 6th. Two items I want to address are: What we can do as a board to be more effective as a ministry, and what we plan to do in the future about our pro-life rallies. Your prayers that the Lord will give us wisdom as to what we should do would be greatly appreciated.
Don’t forget to pray regularly for this ministry. Sometimes, during the Summer, we have a tendency to take a break from our regular routine. There are still approximately 18 babies being murdered every day in Wisconsin we must never forget that.
I want to say thank you to all those who faithfully pray for and support this ministry. May the Lord continue to bless you and guide you in all that you do.
In His Service,
Andrew K. Buhrow