A Call to Faith, Obedience, and Prayer
Chances are, like many people in the Bible, you will not always discern the precise details of the next steps that lie ahead of you.
In His Word, God encourages us to lay our burdens at His feet and to bring Him our personal needs as well as those we see around us. He wants us to persevere in prayer and to expect him to answer. Thus, we implore him to send workers to the missionary field of Quebec.
“And he said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” (Luke 10:2)
Faced with the great need for a new generation of pastors and workers to serve existing Churches and new Church plants, the 24/7 prayer movement was born two years ago within AEBEQ. This collective intercession project allows for an uninterrupted flow of prayers to God as each participant takes turns in prayer for one hour a week.
We celebrate this initiative, and we praise God for an impressive number of intercessors. No one knows in advance how God will answer their prayers. However, God, who is always faithful, responds by sending men and women from outside Quebec, who have their hearts set on serving with us, in our belle province.
Nathan Husser, who recently came from France, is one of them. His early twenties aren’t keeping him from working on a Church plant project in Vaudreuil while pursuing part-time theological studies with SEMBEQ. He has not yet discerned his specific vocation and does not know what God has in store for him in the future. Nonetheless, he responded to His call with the information that was available to him at the time.