We Need Your Prayers!

The bus sunk through into the street here at the church for tonight’s conference as we were going to back up next to the church. We need prayer! Please!  Some of the family was in the bus, so I think they’re coming out via a ladder :-). Please pray we can get the bus out with minimal damage to the bus. The conference will continue as planned. We have been getting things we need via the ladder through the bus window.

Dad just looked at us from the bus window, with a smile, and said, “Obviously this is going to be a good conference.” We girls are setting up the book tables, and ummm, outside, things are exciting.



“And therefore will the Lord wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: for the Lord is a God of judgment: blessed are all they that wait for him” (Isaiah 30:18).

15 thoughts on “We Need Your Prayers!”

  1. Your family and ministry are in our prayers. Even our youngest children remember your family in their nightly prayers. Hearing your witness in Lodi, CA made such a lasting and positive impression on each of us. Thank you for listening and following God. You are each such a blessing to so many families. Keep your courage! God will provide, He always does!

  2. Uriah must really like Canada… he is just determined to stay one way or another!!

    I will certainly pray that you can get the bus out with no damage. Your positive outlook is wonderful and says so much about your ministry and family.

    Be careful and please tell Uriah we want him (and you all) back in the States! Not stuck in Canada!!


  3. Praying for ya’ll. Sure looks like when it rains it pours. But you know that trials like these make you stronger. Take care.

  4. Oh dear! :O My, what a mess! Keeping this in my prayers!!! Praying for the Lord’s leading and wisdom for the men in your family and those helping them with the situation!

    ~Miss Rachel~

  5. Wow! God must be getting ready to work mightily through you all because satan seems to be working overtime. We will be praying for you, and poor Uriah.

  6. Praying for you, down under! Those pictures do not look good, but your Dad has got a GREAT attitude – amazing in the trials that you & your bus have been through of late on the road in Canada – even in your trials you guys are encouraging!!

  7. We are praying for you all and for Uriah also! Thank you so much, Mr. Maxwell, for choosing to face these trials with the joy of the Lord in your heart and on your face!

  8. We’re sorry to hear about this difficulty. We will be praying for you. May God eternally reward you for your efforts for Him!

  9. Steve, your attitude about this encourages me! I will pray for you and for this conference.

  10. Sarah, I’m so sorry to hear this! Praying that the LORD would deliver you in this time of need (Ps. 50:15), and that Uriah will come away undamaged!
    What an amazing response to the trial!

    Hey Anna, you are beginning to sound like a Canadian, eh?! That’s great! I guess you would expect that from spending so much time up here in the beautiful North! (I’ve never been as far north as where you guys were.)

    I absolutely love those sunglasses!

    Keeping your family in my prayers!

    Samantha T. (Quebec, Canada)

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