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Mike & Melanie Webster
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Serving with Independent Faith Mission 

September 21, 2011


Dear Friends,


Here's more prayer news from Quebec City!

Available for Meetings  

Mike plans to attend the "Breaking Chains Building Disciples Conference" at Bob Jones Seminary, November 8th thru the 10th and will be available for meetings in the Southeast until November 23rd. He is looking forward to spending American Thanksgiving with family in North Carolina just before heading back to Qu�bec.  Do pray that God would continue to open doors for him to present the ministry.  If you or your church would like for him to come, just let us know as soon as you can.

Sweet Victories

On Sunday our church will have a baptism service where we will also receive three new members.  Each will share his/her testimony of salvation.  Guillaume has attended our church now for over two years.  He came from a background that contributed much confusion to his understanding of the Gospel and of the Christian life.  But His testimony of salvation in Christ is now very clear and his desire for baptism biblically grounded.  France, is a widow who came to us from a church situation that had forced a separation between her and close family and friends who attend our church.  We had been praying for reconciliation for over three years.  Though no one knew our prayers would bring her to our church, we can only praise God for what He has done in her life.  C�line, came to Christ in our previous ministry in Sept-�les.  She graduated from Bob Jones University with a degree in biblical counseling in May and has returned to Qu�bec City to pursue a degree in translation at Laval University.   Do pray for each of these and for their testimonies on Sunday!

Ever thankful for your prayerful support,
Mike (for all of us)


The Webster Family

5612, rue des Campanules

Qu�bec (Qu�bec)



"Faithful [is] he that calleth you, who also will do [it]. Brethren, pray for us." (1Th 5:24-25 AV)