“Lazarus, come forth.”
Dear Praying Friends,
This was a portion of the text we covered on Resurrection Sunday, and one which proclaims the precious truth that Jesus is victorious over every enemy, even that of death. It boldly exerts the absolute supremacy and authority of His Word, and the confidence we can have in it and its life-giving power.
Within our AFLC family we have felt the earthly passing this week of a man who unashamedly experienced and lived in this transformational power of the Word, and passionately taught and encouraged others in the same. Of all the memories we cherish of Dr. Monseth, for me at least the one most powerfully etched is his humble and steadfast clinging to the Truth and promises of the Holy Scriptures. May this legacy forever thrive in our own lives, the lives of our families and congregations, and in our AFLC as a whole.
As you join the Lord in your prayer closet in the days to come, please remember the following:
- Continued grace and travel mercies for the Concert Choir.
- Continued refreshment and renewal for our students and faculty over our Easter break.
- Continued grace and comfort for the family of Dr. Monseth.
- Wisdom and guidance for our AFLC in the days and weeks ahead, especially in regards to Seminary leadership.
- A thankfulness for the favor our LORD has brought about with the city of Plymouth and amendments for our continued campus expansion.
- Continued grace and favor in the application process to TRACS for accreditation.
- A moving in extra measure of the Holy Spirit upon the hearts of parents and students, especially juniors and seniors, who are making college decisions. May our Bible School be sought by many!
Grateful for your prayer and ministry partnership and on behalf of the Intercessor Team,
Pastor Kirk Flaa