Friday TMCI TV with Bishop Jerry Bowers: Book of Acts Now

Tuesday Encouragement with Evangelist Regina Thomas: God’s Purpose

Friday TMCI TV: Missionary Spotlight with Chris and Larena Johnston

Tuesday Encouragement with Co-Founder Rev. Judy Covington

Friday TMCI TV with Bishop Jim Reyes: Jesus Restores!

Stas Karpenko — UFA Bible Ministries

And so were the churches established

The calling of Timothy to ministry in Acts 16:1-5 is something worth of a note. He was well reported of by the brothers and Paul wanted to take him for ministry the text says. There was one no – he was only partly a Jew. That would stir opposition and misunderstanding among the Jewish part of the church. So, Paul does the opposite of what the council in Jerusalem decide in Acts 15. He takes and circumcises him because of the Jews. Sometimes we may choose to do something “religious” for the sake of the kingdom. The last verse says “the churches increased in number daily.” Interesting, they were probably teaching in those church that the law is nothing and you should not push circumcision of the new converts.


Last weekend we held a workshop for our leaders in Ufa. Despite some seriously low temperatures most of our people were able to come. We had great time of teaching and prayer. We prayed and pray-walked around the center of Ufa. Please pray for those in attendance to apply what they learned being here.
As we look back over 2022, we give thanks to the Lord for all the meeting we have had with leaders in various places as well as opportunities to cast the vision. Pray that the Lord would stir his movement within the borders of B-stan.

December Travels

This Saturday we are going to travel to Astana – the capital of Kazakhstan. After that we will make a trip further south to Almaty to see some leaders there. Please pray for this long journey. It is going to be a trip into the depths of the central asia region.

Friends and Family

“Dad, can I make you a website for your ministry?” – was a question from Tim last week. He is learning new skills in programming and scripts. So, I thought that would be a great help if he could do it.
Prayers for Liliya’s father are appreciated. We had a new doctor to see him. He said he can do more than we previously thought.
Thank you so much for your prayers and support for us in 2022. We wish you his richest blessings in 2023!

You can make tax deductible contribution to Ufa Bible Ministries which is recognized by the IRS as a 501c3 non-profit entity. Make checks payable to:
Ufa Bible Ministries
PO BOX 1761, Columbia, SC 29202

Zimbabwe Mission Report: Praying the Word Ministries November 2022

(Full newsletter included in link)

This was an incredibly blessed trip. Many were saved, healed, and delivered. Your prayers and donations helped in many areas; one was being able to buy a better car for the Bawas and to have a decent vehicle for transporting those visiting on mission trips.
Here is the wonderful team who went on Mission! From back row, and left to right: Bishop Jessica Magaya, Missionary Glenda Vernon, Missionary Melissa Herring, Rev. Victoria Mukucha, Rev. Chris Wilson, Rev. Sally Gray, Rev Cheryl Coulter, Rt. Rev. Juliet Bawa, Renny Rene-tnash, Precious Musanyera, Rev. Tari Westerfall, and Rev. Debbie Martinez

Zimbabwe Women of Africa leaders and the USA Praying the Word team

Here is a note we received from Bishop Bawa two and a half weeks after our return: Report from last ICM Pastors meeting. 25 new believers are committed and coming to church every Sunday, with their families, both from the conference and visiting churches. This is really exciting. The School has been transformed. Children are excited and still talking about the time you spent with them. We have more parents inquiring about a place for their children for January. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your visit and the way God used you and the team. We are still gathering more testimonies and will send them.

Below are just a few pictures from our trip.


Tuesday Encouragement with Ronda Smith: Ladies Encouragement

Friday TMCI TV with Bishop Johnny Riley: Community Outreach

Carlos and Emily Romero — Missionaries to Guatemala

A few days ago, we had the opportunity to help a poor family with a new roof and windows for their small wooden house. Thank God, the Leon family will have not more rain inside the house.

Emily continues to serve as an elementary principal and teacher at CAG; this week she took the fifth graders to visit a coffee plantation, and she also led the servant day project where the kids paint the curbs and some walls at the school.
Analynne’s class went with me to Chichicastenango to do a mission project.

We visited some poor families and provided some essential food for them, prayed with them and shared the gospel. During the night, we visited some friends’ discipleship group, played games and had a Bible lesson.

On Friday, we painted the kitchen for an elementary school and did a kids’ program, and during the afternoon we visited a church where we led part of the worship. Analynne preached the sermon, and at the end we have three people that gave their life to Christ.

We ask you to pray for Carlos’s health as he has an injury in his right knee.

During the next two weekends, I will be leading worship for the Bible school graduation, and December 2-3, I will be one of the speakers at the annual conference for pastors and leaders of ASELSI in Chichicastenango.

Thank you very much for your prayers and faithful support!!! We are tired but have seen God’s faithfulness this year even among abundant work. The harvest is many, but the workers are few!

We will be visiting our family and supporters for Christmas from December 16th to December 30th. If you would like to see us, please let us know.

Many blessings,
Carlos and Emily Romero

Heart for the Nations