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Cyber Signals –Spring 2019 Newsletter

LIGHT
FOR THE PATH

           
“I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you
may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious
inheritance in his holy people,” –
  Ephesians 1:18

Contentment:

          
“Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever
circumstances I am. I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know
how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the
secret of being filled and going hungry, both of having abundance and suffering
need.” –

Philippians
4:11-12 

           
  As Paul writes,  he has learned to live a life for Christ, not
looking at what others have, but seeking to have a closer relationship with
Jesus.

           
 It is easy to see the “prosperity” of others and think, 
“Why not me” Lord?”  Yet, do we really know how their life
is going? Maybe they do have more money;  but how is their family
life.   How will their children grow up?   How is their
spiritual life?

           
Let us seek after a bountiful “spiritual life” and other blessings
will come. The Lord is faithful to those who serve Him, to those who seek after
Him.

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WARRIORS FOR
CHRIST NEWS

Warriors
for Christ Discipleship

•         
Spring discipleship outreach to Kamloops B.C. – April 25th through 28th
Warriors for Christ will be heading north to Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
to be a part of the British Columbia Native Christian conference.  The
keynote speaker for the conference will be Pastor Emerson Falls from Oklahoma.

           
 It will be a great time to network, meeting new and old friends of
Warriors for Christ and setting up new contacts for discipleship training using
Walking the New Path. We will be setting up a Warriors for Christ table, so if
you are at the conference, come by and introduce yourself. We would love to
meet you!

           
On the average 100 people attend, coming from Canada, Washington, Idaho and
Montana.  The conference was originally started by Native Evangelical
Fellowship, with InterAct and NAIM Fellowship ministries involved. The emphasis
will be on Biblical training as opposed to a cultural conference. 
Warriors for Christ will fit right in because that is the key to our ministry –
Biblical discipleship.

To
make all this happen we need your help, support, and prayers.

Special
needs for this trip:

         
Prayer  – asking the Lord to open new doors

         
Financial gifts to help cover – gas, food, lodging, and copies of
Walking the New Path for pastors and those involved in ministry

COME
JOIN US –  Look for the Warriors for Christ  table
                           

•         
Warriors
for Christ discipleship outreach –

We are
available for discipleship training  at the Warrior’s Path,
Warriors for Christ’s headquarters in Port Townsend, WA

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AT YOUR OWN CHURCH

-Whether a Sunday morning service, weekend workshop, or a week long discipleship seminar, WFC would love to share Christ’s hope for the Nations with your church  or with a group of family and friends. Call or email us so we can put you on our calendar. 

Warriors
for Christ Online

YouTube
channel
, website
and Google slides:

 Share
Warriors for Christ’s resources  with your friends and family.  You
can even use the YouTube channel and Google slides to have a study in your own
 home. This is an easy way to share the Good News with those you
love.  Or these resources can be used as  a training tool for
disciplers, for small group discussion, or for the general public.  They
can be used on the reservation, and in urban areas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npzD-rvfHRI

           
Volunteer opportunities -Webmaster and technical help:

As we continue to add additional ministry tools that can be used by Pastors and native leadership, we also need more support staff to help with all the technical needs.  Currently, we really need a new webmaster (website is Word Press) and a volunteer to help with YouTube videos, Google slides, and other technical jobs.

Warrior’s
Path

Warriors
for Christ’s headquarters in Port Townsend, WA

          Discipleship Center: It  has taken longer to complete than we were hoping, but we are now ready for muddling and painting. We will soon be ready to move into this room, dedicated for discipleship training and fellowship which includes a 55″ flat screen TV to use with Google slides.

 
Thank you Roger Houle for your continued support to complete this building.
Your gifts have been so appreciated.  And Pastor Ron and Lois Bolt have
given specific gifts for lighting, a flat screen TV, and heating!

         
Discipleship training at Warrior’s Path:  Pastor, please make plans
with your church, or leadership, to come for discipleship training at the
Warrior’s Path.  The training could be a weekend or a week – long getting
in depth training on the use of Walking the New Path and a spiritual retreat to
the beautiful Northwest!

         
Volunteer opportunity: As we develop the Warrior’s Path we have
increased maintenance needs.  We invite you, your family, church, Young
marrieds, or youth group  to come by and lend a hand. We need help
with exterior painting this spring/summer. Can you help with a project? Phone
us so we can make arrangements.  We are located just outside of Port
Townsend WA with great recreational opportunities including the Olympic
National Park, sailing, etc. It can also be a fun time for horseshoes,
campfire, outside Gathering Place, etc. Some lodging is available.

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WALKING THE
NEW PATH

(Below
is an excerpt of the Warriors for Christ discipleship course, Walking the New
Path. Each newsletter we add a new section each newsletter.)

(LESSON
7, Talking with your Father Creator – Prayer, Part 4)

C. 
How to pray

1.
Place – Where do you pray?

     
“But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father,
who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward
you.” – Matthew 6:6

    
It helps to have a place set apart to pray. It could be in your bedroom, in the
living room, outside, a nearby coffee shop; a place that is quiet, relaxing and
where interruptions are few. From your kitchen to your office – have a regular
place to pray and meditate on His Word .

     Go
somewhere you can talk to Him personally, just you and the Lord, whether out
loud or within your mind, He can hear you. You can also pray with others , in a
small group, Bible study, or church (Matt. 18:19, but remember to keep your
focus on God, rather than seeking an emotional experience.

2. 
Time – when to pray

    
A devotional time is when you set aside a special time and place to get to know
the Lord through the reading of His Word and praying to Him. This will develop
a deeper relationship with Him.

    
Pray often. If you can, have this time first thing in the morning. (Discuss
with your discipler when and where). Try to get together with your Creator at
least 4 times a week. Pray for someone hurt in an accident you just saw, a
nephew who has an ear infection, or a bad habit you are dealing with. Just as
youth are constantly on their cell phones  talking, or texting with their
friends, you can constantly talk with your loving Father Creator.

     “Very
early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and
went off to a solitary place, where he prayed.” – Mark 1:35

 
What is your best place and time for prayer?

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NATIVE PRAYER REQUESTS 

•         
“Pls pray for my daughter henna. She’s very sad and emotional coz she’s
had a miscarriage. Pls pls pray she comes out of her depression and is totally
healed

Pls
pls pray that henna is happy and cheerful again.” – Sony

•         
“Praying for our families who are dealing with addiction. JESUS come set
the captives free.” – Patricia

•         
“Please pray for the Crow Nation.  Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital
affected by low water pressure and potential flooding.”- Crow Nation

•         
  “Prayers please for my family. Got word that a grandson was in a
car accident and is at OU Medical now ” – Alvin

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WARRIORS
FOR CHRIST NEEDS

We
need your support in several areas :

Discipleship
training

  $3,500. for travel expenses — Arizona Outreach to Native
churches
and Indian Bible College – Our costs include:  – gas,
food, lodging, airfare, rental car, and copies of Walking the New Path for
pastors and those involved in ministry, $35. per set for each person.

•         
Warrior’s Path Scholarship fund –  discipleship training at the WFC
headquarters  – $250 per person will cover training for a week.

Expansion

         
Please pray for open doors as we reach out to Native Pastors in the
United States and Canada.

         
Regional Directors: Please pray for God to add to the staff of Warriors
for Christ. We want to expand the ministry by recruiting and training Regional
Directors to represent Warriors for Christ. Their main responsibility will be
going to Native churches to provide discipleship training.

In
addition, we need volunteers who can help with maintenance at
Warrior’s Path, office support, and technical help with the website, YouTube,
and Facebook. Other areas you can help: prison ministry, prayer board and many
more.  Just ask how you can be involved.

         
Please look at the list of opportunities above, and pray about which needs the
Lord would have you fill by partnering with Warriors for Christ through your
service and/or  financial gifts.

. Make
a monthly pledge
, or a onetime gift, by —

Visit 
www.wfconline.org

and
use our secure site to make your gift through PayPal.

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WARRIORS FOR CHRIST

Warrior’s Path: 7026 Highway
20, Port Townsend WA 98368

Phone: 1-360-302-0960 or
1-360-728-0700

Email: warrior@wfconline.org

Website: www.wfconline.org

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