December 2015
Dear praying KGM family:
Your bold prayers honored God last month and we have some bold answers to report. Our hearts are overwhelmed with gratitude to you and to our Lord. He is FAITHFUL!
  • The owners of a perfect, larger home to host multiple guests at one time have accepted our offer. Our current home sold in one week by a cash buyer. The cash offer was our prayer fleece before God to confirm if we should move forward with our dream to mentor men and women from our home.
  • The Teleios Men's conferences have spawned an on-going revival in churches and men are leading the way. Thank you Jesus!
  • Several new donors have contributed to KGM. We are grateful for every person who partners with us to advance kingdom values in people's lives. We believe this is the first fruits of people who will partner with us to mentor men and women around the world.
Bold Prayers for December
  • Pray for funding to launch the TITUS HOME (previously known as the Mentoring Mansion.) This will require about $25,000 for equipment and some furnishings.
  • Pray as we write a new mentoring curriculum for men and women.
  • Pray for a sponsor/donor to pay for the printing of HOME EXPERIENCE tenth anniversary addition. It will be updated, revised, and expanded. 2016 is our 10th anniversary of this publication. This is a $50,000 investment to self-publish 5,000 books.
  • Pray for the completion of the water well in Abuja, Nigeria. A donor in California is hosting a Christmas party and asking guests to bring a donation for this project. Pray for their generosity and compassion toward this very important need. We want to begin drilling immediately.
  • Pray for the churches in America, the Pastors and their people, and a passion for the presence of God. Pray for moral purity, integrity, and compassion for the unsaved. Pray for a deep spiritual move of God.
  • Pray for the families of our KGM partners; loving, harmonious marriages and flourishing children.
" And he told them a parable to the effect that they ought always to pray and not lose heart. " Luke 18:1