sept. 18 – Saturday

Dear Friends:  This is not an update about Kent specifically, although I will tell you that he is still doing well and all is looking good for our trip to Johns Hopkins next week. Today I am sending an urgent prayer request for our neighbor, Kevin. He is on hospice now, suffering through the last days of cancer. As far as I know, he believes in God (any god), but does not have a personal relationship with Him. I have been praying ferverently for an opportunity to share with him, if that is what God provides. Due to some difficult family dynamics, Kevin’s sister came to me last night in tears. We shared the Lord together and prayed. She is going to approach Kevin today to see if he would like to talk to me about eternity. His reaction will determine the outcome of that opportunity. Please pray hard today for God to soften his heart and make him willing to hear, then that he would respond. THANK YOU! Davidene

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About kenthumphreys
Kent Humphreys has been a business leader for over forty years. He also served as CEO of FCCI/Christ@Work for six years and now serves as their worldwide ambassador, speaking, writing, and mentoring young leaders. He continues to be active in distribution, private equities, and real estate. Kent and his wife Davidene have written six books together. They have three children and eight grand-children.

4 Responses to sept. 18 – Saturday

  1. Danna Humphreys says:

    Will pray!! You continue to be an emissary of God’s grace and hope!

  2. Kim Keller Shelton says:

    Praying for Kevin’s heart to be open. I pray that the Holy Spirit will give you the right words at the right time.

  3. Buck says:

    Davidson,I am praying with you that God will open Kevin’s heart to you and to Him today and that he will embrace our Savior.may His anointing be with and on you and His word on your lips.

  4. Mark Stapp says:

    Praying that his heart wil be open, and that God will give you the words to say that would touch a chord in his heart to respond to the Lord before he crosses that line into eternity. Praying for you!
    – Mark

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