Just a quick update on the number of countries WordfortheWay.net is reaching. We’ve added three new countries since the last update nine days ago. Here’s the updated list with the newbies highlighted.
Armenia, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Kenya, Macau SAR China, Mexico, Nigeria, Philipines, Trinidad & Tobago, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam
We have also added two new followers in the past nine days. We send out a heartfelt welcome to @graceobomanu and @petersinghatey! Thank you for joining the Word for the Way family! I hope the site is a blessing to you.
I’m so excited about the growth that we are enjoying!! Thank you to all of our followers and viewers!
Word for the Way is growing! And I’m excited about that. We just hit the “25 followers” mile-marker. That’s great. However, it gets even better!
Since we started our journey together, almost five months ago, we have had over 3,400 guests from twenty different countries stop by for a visit. Here is the list of countries (in alphabetical order):
Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Kenya, Macau SAR China, Mexico, Nigeria, Philipines, Trinidad & Tobago, United Kingdom, United States
It is sobering to look over the ever-growing list of countries that are being exposed to God’s Word through our efforts here at Word for the Way. Isaiah 55:11 says, “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” (KJV) I believe that the Lord is using Word for the Way to strengthen His Church. It’s an honor to get to serve the Lord in this way.
I am extremely grateful for each of our guests and for our followers as well. If you’re not a follower yet, why not join us? You will receive strength, direction, and encouragement from a daily dose of God’s Word.
We were able to secure the “.com” domain name for Word for the Way yesterday. Starting today, you will be able to use eitherWordfortheWay.net or WordfortheWay.com to get your daily dose of God’s Word. This is an important addition for our long-term growth strategy. I thank the Lord for allowing this domain name to become available and providing the means for us to acquire it.
Let me also take time to thank all of our followers. I appeciate that fact that you have chosen to follow Word for the Way. There are some exciting new things in our very near future. I think you’ll enjoy them. I covet your prayers as we continue to develop and grow together.
The official opening of the Word for the Way blog was December 30, 2018. Since that time we’ve gained 15 followers. I’m so excited to have reached this mile-marker. I can hardly wait until we reach 25, then 50, then 100, then…. Who knows?
I want to extend to each of my followers a heartfelt thanks for joining me. And thank you for your kind words of encouragment. You’re all awesome! I hope that the Word for the Way blog continues to minister in your life for years to come.
I’d also like to extend an invitation to family, friends, and those who I do not yet know (potential new friends) to join our ever increasing group of followers. The Word of God that you find here will be a blessing in your lives.
As the days, weeks, and months go by, Word for the Way continues its daily mission of sharing God’s Word as a means of strengthening and encouraging people as they travel through life. I sincerely appreciate your prayers as this ministry continues to grow and move forward for the cause of Christ.
Good news!! I’ve just uploaded some of the photos I took during my missions trips to the African nation of Malawi. More pictures will be added as we go along. Looking at these brings back many wonderful memories. Enjoy!
In Malawi, where almost 1 million people have been affected by floods, aid workers said they were worried about the spread of disease in some 170 makeshift camps where more than 125,000 people have sought refuge without sufficient toilets. “This may be the most devastating such disaster in the region’s history, and its damage can escalate quickly if we do not act immediately,” said Concern Worldwide’s U.S. chief executive Colleen Kelly.
At least half a million survivors of a powerful cyclone in southeast Africa are at risk of fatal diseases, from cholera and dysentery to malaria, aid workers warned on Thursday, as rescue teams struggled to reach flood-hit communities.