20,000 ESV Global Study Bibles to RAU

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Dear Friends,
Carol and I are fast approaching our return trip to Reaching Africa’s Unreached! We have spent time in six different states. Our time with children (and their spouses), grandchildren and immediate family members encompassed the first part of our visit back to the States. Our time in our home town of Seguin, Texas was complicated by the priority of getting medical, dental and vision check-ups.  Our plan for reunions with friends was narrowed by my need for dental surgery after which I was laid up for awhile. Carol will soon write about USA visit in her beautiful themed story telling way for you. I am sure she will also have many beautiful pictures for you too.
I have another purpose for this newsletter.
Many of you may recall the news I shared via newsletters, videos, and Facebook posts in the latter part of 2019 about God’s gracious hand opening hearts and changing lives in the Republic of (North) Sudan. The Lord has set RAU in a geographically strategic place and “for a time such as this” to be able to be a part of Christ building his church in the Republic of Sudan ,South Sudan, and RAU’s own beautiful West Nile of Uganda.
Please take a few minutes to watch this video interview I did with some of our (North) Sudanese brothers for first hand accounts of how God is moving in the Republic of Sudan. These men currently reside in  nearby refugee settlements.
 Video: “God’s Sovereign Grace in Sudan
As we all know, a vital  part of any healthy and growing church is the opportunity for God’s people to have his word, the Bible. Since 2013, RAU has, by God’s grace and the love of his people, given out over 15,000 Bibles/New Testaments: Aringa,Madi, & Arabic NT’s,  English, Arabic, and Swahili full bibles.  Over 8,000 of these have been ESV Global Study Bibles which have been primarily placed into the hands of church leaders. These Bibles currently are now in Uganda, South Sudan, Republic of (North) Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, and a small number in Chad.
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It is most especially vital for the under Shepherd’s which God raises up to care for and nurture the local church to have a  good Bible. RAU’s vision and mission from the beginning is to walk out 2 Timothy 2:2 with biblical training and provision of study tools to help equip the leaders that God is raising up. The ESV Global Study Bibles have been the best tool RAU has been able to place in  Shepherd’s “tool boxes“. English is widely spoken and read in our area.The ESV Global Study Bibles in our container are now running critically low.
For some months now it has been in my heart  to bring an additional 20,000  ESV Global Study Bibles in a third 40-foot container to RAU. This is the number we can carry without going over the weight limit. Remember the roads in our area are not hard surfaced. Before Christmas, I was contacted by a representative of Christianbook.  Providentially, he had read our October newsletter which lays out in seed form the vision of getting more ESV Global Study Bibles to RAU.  Long story short, Carol and I were able to meet with him in Baltimore this last January.  Our hearts and vision were knit together immediately!  Since then, he has been able to help us get this vision fleshed out with Crossway, the publisher of the ESV Global Study Bible, and to arrange for Christianbook to help us send the container to Uganda.
My desire has been to get the True Tone ESV Global Study Bible in a box. The reason for this is that they greatly outlast hardbacks, especially when they come in their own individual boxes. We want to place in the hands of church leaders a quality study Bible which best survives the rugged environmental conditions of our geographical area.
I am happy to report that a great deal has been worked out with Crossway. We can purchase a True Tone ESV Global Study Bible at cost in a box  for the remarkable price of $7.80! Wow, wow, wow! When we include the purchase of the 40-foot, seaworthy container and shipping costs (from the East coast of America to dropping it on RAU’s soil) the cost of one bible is $9.25! The total cost, then, for 20,000 True Tone ESV Global Study Bibles is $185,000. This is a big number, but it is not too much for our sovereign God and his people to place these study bibles into church leaders’ hands from Uganda, South Sudan and the Republic of (North) Sudan.
“Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God….I am not afraid of failure. I am afraid of succeeding at things  which do not matter” 
William Carey
In order to receive the shipment of Bibles when we need them, we need to raise the money in the next two months.  Crossway will then do a special printing with a special note from RAU inside each Bible. It would then take about 4 months to get them published and set in the container. Then they would make their long journey to RAU. We now  have, because of God’s favor and our length of time on the ground, faithful contacts in all three countries (Uganda,South Sudan, and the Republic of Sudan), including Khartoum itself! RAU commits  to being a good steward by placing these Bibles into hands of leaders. Our  vision and heart is to walk out our 2 Timothy 2:2 mandate.
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May I boldly request you  to be a part of getting these  ESV Global Study Bibles into hands of leaders in the West Nile of Uganda, South Sudan, and the Republic of (North) Sudan?!! Please help us in whatever way you can to connect the remaining dots. Also,  would you please contact your friends/church and pass along this God-given opportunity to them to help. Please leverage every tool at your disposal to help us get these bibles into the hands of church leaders. I greet this from afar by faith: a container with 20,000 True Tone ESV Global Study Bibles on RAU soil!
 
Please pray, pray, and pray! Give, give and give!
Here is how you can do this. You may write checks  out to RAU and on the memo line: “Bibles”. You also may go to our PayPal link and give via credit card. Please keep in mind that PayPal deducts a small % for their services. I will set up a special page on our website in the next couple days with updates.
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With love and appreciation!
Jacob and Carol Lee
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Tax deductible  charitable donations may  be made via PayPal or check.  PayPal also has a way to make reoccurring monthly gifts. Reoccurring monthly gifts are very helpful to the ministry. To do so, please click on the PayPal link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All gifts given through PayPal and by check are tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U. and mail it to Lifegate/RAU Bibles, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.
Go to RAU’s Facebook page for up to date reports, pictures, musings, and exhortations:

The greatest evil is having the gospel and not doing everything within our power to get it to those who do not have it!
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 When at least 35% of the world, “the unoccupied fields”, have no access to the gospel, we (believers) must all do all we can to reach them. We who are saved owe the gospel to every lost person, most especially the 2.4 billion who will not hear unless someone breaks into their “unoccupied field” with no thought of their own life!
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 Sowing seeds of love and kindness should not be separated from preaching the gospel of sovereign grace but completely intertwined with it!
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 I am sure that none of us will say when in heaven that we prayed too much, we sacrificed too much, proclaimed the gospel too much, and were too passionate to get the gospel to those who have little to no access to this gospel of grace. Let us together press on to make it our  ambition to preach the gospel where Christ has not been named!
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Our goal in our gospel witness is to take our eyes off the “risk” and place them on the cause for the risk. When God compels us like this he often will not tell us the risks…after all there are no risks for the all-knowing, all-powerful God. So let us be AMBITIOUS (Romans 15:20) to see that ALL are reached with the gospel of grace (Romans 1:16) in ALL places…there are no closed doors to the gospel, just some which are more difficult to go through!
Jacob Lee

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Joshua Abraham from Darfur on the left and Absalah Kori who is working in Nuba Mountains on the right

The Journey to OUR “Ends of the Earth”

 

The Journey to OUR “Ends of the Earth”

 

2019 Overview of Ministry for Reaching Africa’s Unreached work in Uganda,South Sudan and the Republic of (North) Sudan

Walk through tour of Reaching Africa’s Unreached Campus

Tax deductible  charitable donations may  be made via PayPal or check.  PayPal also has a way to make reoccurring monthly gifts. Reoccurring monthly gifts are very helpful to the ministry. To do so, please click on the PayPal link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All gifts given through PayPal and by check are tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U.and mail it to Lifegate Missions, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.

 

Go to RAU’s Facebook page for up to date reports, pictures, musings, and exhortations:
RAU was recently registered with Amazon as a non-profit organization to which a percentage may be donated for every dollar you spend there.  Here is the link if you are interested:
For those who have asked, small packages and letters may safely be sent to:
Jacob & Carol Lee, PO. 55, Moyo Uganda, East Africa

The greatest evil is having the gospel and not doing everything within our power to get it to those who do not have it!
 ———–
 When at least 35% of the world, “the unoccupied fields”, have no access to the gospel, we (believers) must all do all we can to reach them. We who are saved owe the gospel to every lost person, most especially the 2.4 billion who will not hear unless someone breaks into their “unoccupied field” with no thought of their own life!
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 Sowing seeds of love and kindness should not be separated from preaching the gospel of sovereign grace but completely intertwined with it!
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 I am sure that none of us will say when in heaven that we prayed too much, we sacrificed too much, proclaimed the gospel too much, and were too passionate to get the gospel to those who have little to no access to this gospel of grace. Let us together press on to make it our  ambition to preach the gospel where Christ has not been named!
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Our goal in our gospel witness is to take our eyes off the “risk” and place them on the cause for the risk. When God compels us like this he often will not tell us the risks…after all there are no risks for the all-knowing, all-powerful God. So let us be AMBITIOUS (Romans 15:20) to see that ALL are reached with the gospel of grace (Romans 1:16) in ALL places…there are no closed doors to the gospel, just some which are more difficult to go through!

Jacob Lee

Video Vision Tour of Reaching Africa’s Unreached

 

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Carol and I are now back in the States and had a blessed Christmas with our daughter Anna, son in-law Kenny and granddaughters Keira and Clara. Sadly, I came down with malaria two days before leaving but was able to take medicine right away and minimize the symptoms during travel.  Upon arriving at Kenny and Anna’s, 3 of us (Keira, Carol and I) suffered some respiratory troubles which brought some disappointment to the expectations of a joyful Christmas celebration together.  We are all gradually making our way back to health.  All in all, it has still been a joy to be together, to enjoy coffee and snuggles, laughs and stories and other good things–together!  We look forward to this coming week of having good health and time to make some memories with fun activities. This is the first stop of many in the coming two months.
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Carol and I, as well as the Reaching Africa’s Unreached team, are grateful for all the prayers and support we lovingly receive from friends and churches. Because of God’s grace and his people we are able to walk out 2 Timothy 2:2, training leaders from our West Nile of Uganda as well as South Sudan and the Republic of (North) Sudan. We have access to the latter two groups because of their residing in our area as refugees.
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With our 20 acre campus we are also have the opportunity to teach “Farming as a Business” to these same leaders and future leaders. This gives the leaders a means to make money for their families and to teach their church members to do the same. Our agricultural aspect of the ministry also has opened wide doors of opportunity to empower our local agrarian community as well as “adorning” our evangelism efforts

By God’s grace we purpose to press on in 2020 with these God given tasks. It is over 13 years ago years ago I came here to Afoji Moyo and South Sudan for ministry. We are on the ground and rub shoulders daily with the nationals with their culture. We are not “short term-ers.” It is our prayer that the Lord would grace Carol and me with some more decades on this earth and in useful service at RAU and that Reaching Africa’s Unreached would walk out 2 Timothy 2:2 from generation to generation.
We know that many good organizations and causes make appeals at this time of year just as we make ours. May God give each of you wisdom. The task of reaching the roughly 2.8 billion of the world who have little to no access to the gospel is huge BUT we serve a great God. Let us all, as followers of Christ, live sacrificially so these 2.8 billion will be reached and taught all things which Christ has commanded!
The video below gives you a walk through the campus of Reaching Africa’s Unreached. It will be easy for you to see that it is not a professional video. It is just me pouring out my heart.
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Video: Vision Tour of Reaching Africa’s Unreached
Aerial fly over Video of Reaching Africa’s Unread. Courtesy of our  MAF pilot:
By all means pray for us and considering partnering with us. Thank you and God bless you!
Jacob (Carol) Lee
Tax deductible  charitable donations may  be made via PayPal or check.  PayPal also has a way to make reoccurring monthly gifts. Reoccurring monthly gifts are very helpful to the ministry. To do so, please click on the PayPal link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All gifts given through PayPal and by check are tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U.and mail it to Lifegate Missions, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.

 

Go to RAU’s Facebook page for up to date reports, pictures, musings, and exhortations:
RAU was recently registered with Amazon as a non-profit organization to which a percentage may be donated for every dollar you spend there.  Here is the link if you are interested:
For those who have asked, small packages and letters may safely be sent to:
Jacob & Carol Lee, PO. 55, Moyo Uganda, East Africa

The greatest evil is having the gospel and not doing everything within our power to get it to those who do not have it!
 ———–
 When at least 35% of the world, “the unoccupied fields”, have no access to the gospel, we (believers) must all do all we can to reach them. We who are saved owe the gospel to every lost person, most especially the 2.4 billion who will not hear unless someone breaks into their “unoccupied field” with no thought of their own life!
 —————-
 Sowing seeds of love and kindness should not be separated from preaching the gospel of sovereign grace but completely intertwined with it!
 —————-
 I am sure that none of us will say when in heaven that we prayed too much, we sacrificed too much, proclaimed the gospel too much, and were too passionate to get the gospel to those who have little to no access to this gospel of grace. Let us together press on to make it our  ambition to preach the gospel where Christ has not been named!
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Our goal in our gospel witness is to take our eyes off the “risk” and place them on the cause for the risk. When God compels us like this he often will not tell us the risks…after all there are no risks for the all-knowing, all-powerful God. So let us be AMBITIOUS (Romans 15:20) to see that ALL are reached with the gospel of grace (Romans 1:16) in ALL places…there are no closed doors to the gospel, just some which are more difficult to go through!

Jacob Lee

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Some Video Updates

Merry Christmas from Reaching Africa’s Unreached Family
We are making our way back to the States for a visit now.Please pray for us in all our travels. Our first stop is in Stephenville,Texas,  with our daughter Anna and her husband Kenny and granddaughters Keira and Clara. After some precious days there with them and our wonderful Rocky Point Baptist friends we head on to Colorado Springs to our son Joshua/ Rebecca and grandchildren Eliza,Ben,Vera,Nora, and Olivia. Then, we move on to Chattanooga to our son Josiah and daughter in law, Unyae. You may remember our first stop last year was to  Chattanooga for their wedding. After that we have one more family visit to Iowa to see my parents (who are both in their 90’s) and as many other family members as possible. We pray the Lord will bless this time with family and we can making lasting memories, most especially with the grandchildren. From there we are off to visit some of supporting churches and dear friends.
MAF now flies into and out of Moyo any weekday if booked in advance. It makes travel to Moyo much, much easier!  I asked the MAF pilot if he would loop back around so we could see RAU from the air and he did. Here is the video Carol took from the plane. The place has, by God’s grace and his people, been transformed! The aerial view: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP6jsrqj3ZA.  It was easy to identify the RAU campus from the air because the surrounding land is bush.  The Eucalyptus trees provide a very clear perimeter from the air and the neat rows of mangoes and bananas is quite impressive, not to mention all the red roofs!  We had told our coworkers that we might be flying over and they were all out there on the driveway, waiting to see us fly over.  We could see them well but they don’t show up well in the video.
Here is a video of a recent drive to Oyo Community Church in the Metu Mountains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9H1dkvVUdsE.  It paints a clear picture of the challenges of reaching certain remote areas
Then, we also posted a  video of a walk through of the RAU campus which gives a ground view of RAU’s 20 acres:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhHZbxJn0Z4. It’s a bit long, but I believe it gives you the best comprehensive view of all the different projects that are happening, from building to gardening and most importantly our seeking to walk out 2 Timothy 2:2.  It really is amazing to look back (picture history here) at early pictures of the land before any big changes and now to see how far the work has come.  It’s a blessing to see the Lord’s hand in all that has been accomplished.
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Time has been a constraining factor in getting out another detailed newsletter with pictures.  However, while in the USA, we hope to write a “Year in Review” article with pictures so we can properly give glory to God’s grace and His love through all of you who support what we do.  May God bless you as you celebrate the birth of hope in the birth of Christ this Christmas season!  A blessed Christmas and New Year to all of you, our beloved family and friends.
Thank you for your precious prayers and gifts of support. By God’s grace given through you the gospel is being proclaimed through us and co-workers in Uganda, South Sudan and the Republic of (North) Sudan. With your prayers and support we will press on in 2020  on our “end of the rope” which you are holding.
God is GOOD and He is GOOD all the time!

Thank you and God Bless you,

Jacob and Carol Lee

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Tax deductible  charitable donations may  be made via PayPal or check.  PayPal also has a way to make reoccurring monthly gifts. Reoccurring monthly gifts are very helpful to the ministry. To do so, please click on the PayPal link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All gifts given through PayPal and by check are tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U.and mail it to Lifegate Missions, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.

 

Go to RAU’s Facebook page for up to date reports, pictures, musings, and exhortations:
RAU was recently registered with Amazon as a non-profit organization to which a percentage may be donated for every dollar you spend there.  Here is the link if you are interested:
For those who have asked, small packages and letters may safely be sent to:
Jacob & Carol Lee, PO. 55, Moyo Uganda, East Africa

The greatest evil is having the gospel and not doing everything within our power to get it to those who do not have it!
 ———–
 When at least 35% of the world, “the unoccupied fields”, have no access to the gospel, we (believers) must all do all we can to reach them. We who are saved owe the gospel to every lost person, most especially the 2.4 billion who will not hear unless someone breaks into their “unoccupied field” with no thought of their own life!
 —————-
 Sowing seeds of love and kindness should not be separated from preaching the gospel of sovereign grace but completely intertwined with it!
 —————-
 I am sure that none of us will say when in heaven that we prayed too much, we sacrificed too much, proclaimed the gospel too much, and were too passionate to get the gospel to those who have little to no access to this gospel of grace. Let us together press on to make it our  ambition to preach the gospel where Christ has not been named!
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Our goal in our gospel witness is to take our eyes off the “risk” and place them on the cause for the risk. When God compels us like this he often will not tell us the risks…after all there are no risks for the all-knowing, all-powerful God. So let us be AMBITIOUS (Romans 15:20) to see that ALL are reached with the gospel of grace (Romans 1:16) in ALL places…there are no closed doors to the gospel, just some which are more difficult to go through!

Jacob Lee

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Study Bibles to the Republic of (North) Sudan

 

 

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Reaching Africa’s Unreached is located at the tip of the pen
Carol and I pray you and your families are well. We are very grateful for all your prayers and support for us and the ministry of Reaching Africa’s Unreached. When I think of you, 2 Corinthians 1:11 often comes to mind:
You also must help us by prayerso that many will give thanks on our behalf for the blessing granted us through the prayers of many.” (Emphasis mine)
On Thursday and Friday we had the joy of hosting Joshua Abraham and Absalah Kori again. Joshua is originally from Darfur, Sudan and Absalah is actively involved in ministering in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. You may remember hearing about them from a previous newsletter. They are dear brothers whom I love and respect. They have a burning zeal to take the gospel back to their homeland and tribes which are nearly 100% Muslim. They currently live in the nearby refugee resettlement camps and have been to RAU for a number of trainings over the years. Friday morning they set off with 192 ESV Global Study Bibles which will be making their way to the Republic of Sudan.  The intent is to put them into the hands of pastors in the Nuba Mountains and the capitol, Khartoum. By God’s grace previously  we have also been able to send ESV Global Study Bibles, ASB Arabic Study Bibles,Kindle Fires with the “Jesus” film/Christian books and numerous Christian books and gospel tracts both in English and Arabic into the Blue Nile and Darfur States.

 

Below is a short video which was made Friday morning before loading the Bibles.  The video is only two and half minutes long. Pray for the journey of these bibles and for our  Sudanese brothers and sisters in Christ. Our supply of Study Bibles here at Reaching Africa’s Unreached is getting low. I like the ESV Global Study Bible, ASB Arabic Study Bible. Currently I am reading and appreciating the CSB Study Bible. It is appearing to me the CSB Study Bible English would be easier for understanding for those whose English is not their first language.
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After seeing the effect in strengthening pastors in our geographic region (and, thus, the whole Body of Christ) I am compelled to begin thinking and praying about getting more resources here in another container filled primarily with more study Bibles and solid Christian books. Please consider how you might be a part of making it happen!
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This is where our two previous containers have been set. The one on the left is used for literature and the one on the right is where our agricultural products are kept. In the middle is where we keep equipment. A third container could be set on the right with the roof extended over it.
On the 11th, I travel to Yumbe with RAU co-worker, Henry, where met with Yumbe facilitator, Charles, as well as Finnish missionary, Perti Soderlund. Perti and wife Heidi live in Kampala and minister throughout Uganda. They have been missionaries all their lives in East Africa and we have become good friends. They, too, have heart to see Jesus glorified among the Yumbe Aringa’s which is consider an unreached people group. We had an opportunity to reconnect with some Sheikhs and Imams who have become friends over the years. Our focus has needed to shift to meeting with them one on one or in small groups instead of a group dialog settings. I am praying that at some time in the future we will be able to resume the dialogs with them. Pray for the Aringa tribe that Christ be exalted in their midst.

Yumbe Friends

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“Don’t let the sands of time get into the eye of your vision to reach those who sit in darkness. They simply must hear.” (Jim Elliot)…”Our only hope in missions and evangelism is that Jesus reigns over the human will and can open blind eyes as he wills.” (John Piper)….”I shall hold myself in readiness to go anywhere, provided it be forward.” (David Livingstone)  
Upcoming Events:
  • October 26th -31st we will be hosting a team from World Hope Ministries International (WHMT) led by their President Dr. Stuart Sheehan and team from newly formed C-NET led by their President Wayne Reigel and wife Nancy. They both, like us at Reaching Africa’s Unreached, have a heart for training leaders in our region of the world which is consider by many where Christianity is growing the most. With so much to do we must all seek to work as much as possible with all the Body of Christ in walking out 2 Timothy 2:2. Please pray for our time together.
  • November 9th-16th Pearl Haven Ministries/E5 led by president Paul Ortega is doing a medical outreach along with Bible Study in our new by Metu Mountains. They will bring some doctors and nurse from America,Tanzania , and Mbale Uganda. This is a great expression of love for our beloved Metu Mountain neighbors. Please pray that Christ’s love would be seen and many would give glory to God (Matthew 5:14-16).
  • We continue to have many individuals as well as groups visiting RAU to improve their agricultural expertise through what can be see in our agriculture demonstrations and teaching from RAU’s ag. expert Emma. Pray that RAU can continue to be bright light for Christ in word and deed.
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Farmers at RAU

Thank you to the MANY who through prayer, financial partnership, encouragement, physical presence and loving gifts are very much a part of RAU.  We could not do what we do without your action.  We are, as we have often said, a conduit of the grace of God flowing through you to the precious ones He means to bless and strengthen and equip for great and mighty things.

  Pray for safety and strength and endurance and health.  Pray the fruit that lasts would be produced in our lives and in the lives of those we love and serve.

Thank you and God Bless you,

Jacob and Carol Lee

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Tax deductible  charitable donations may  be made via PayPal or check.  PayPal also has a way to make reoccurring monthly gifts. Reoccurring monthly gifts are very helpful to the ministry. To do so, please click on the PayPal link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All gifts given through PayPal and by check are tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U.and mail it to Lifegate Missions, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.

 

Go to RAU’s Facebook page for up to date reports, pictures, musings, and exhortations:
RAU was recently registered with Amazon as a non-profit organization to which a percentage may be donated for every dollar you spend there.  Here is the link if you are interested:
For those who have asked, small packages and letters may safely be sent to:
Jacob & Carol Lee, PO. 55, Moyo Uganda, East Africa

The greatest evil is having the gospel and not doing everything within our power to get it to those who do not have it!
 ———–
 When at least 35% of the world, “the unoccupied fields”, have no access to the gospel, we (believers) must all do all we can to reach them. We who are saved owe the gospel to every lost person, most especially the 2.4 billion who will not hear unless someone breaks into their “unoccupied field” with no thought of their own life!
 —————-
 Sowing seeds of love and kindness should not be separated from preaching the gospel of sovereign grace but completely intertwined with it!
 —————-
 I am sure that none of us will say when in heaven that we prayed too much, we sacrificed too much, proclaimed the gospel too much, and were too passionate to get the gospel to those who have little to no access to this gospel of grace. Let us together press on to make it our  ambition to preach the gospel where Christ has not been named!
—————
Our goal in our gospel witness is to take our eyes off the “risk” and place them on the cause for the risk. When God compels us like this he often will not tell us the risks…after all there are no risks for the all-knowing, all-powerful God. So let us be AMBITIOUS (Romans 15:20) to see that ALL are reached with the gospel of grace (Romans 1:16) in ALL places…there are no closed doors to the gospel, just some which are more difficult to go through!

Jacob Lee