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Nick McSpadden Back in Bulgaria on an Evangelism Crusade: Day 4a

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The evangelistic crusade continued with full force today. Last night we came back in Stara Zagora just before midnight. Everyone was extremely tired, but we were blessed and thankful to God for everything He had done in the last 3 days. The new day was to start an hour later than usual so that we could recuperate and have the energy to travel to several destinations in the Stara Zagora region. Before leaving Stara Zagora, we visited a pastor who had been in the hospital for a period of time with a serious disease. Brother Nick and Gary prayed for him and for his complete healing. They encouraged him to trust God and believe that God will give him the needed strength. The pastor was thankful for the spiritual support and the financial support that he received. Then, we left to go to Kalitinovo -- a village close to our city. The local church is pastored by Pano and Pepa who are very dedicated ministers and people of impeccable integrity which is a strong example to many. There we brought humanitarian aid containing mostly children's clothes that were to be distributed later wisely to very needy families, since many of the Roma people are jobless and have difficulties buying essential items to their children. After a time of fellowship with Pano and Pepa, we contnued on to Tvurditca. We brought to the pastor the architectural plans and deposited them in the municipality. Nick and Gary were taken to the construction site and were really impressed by the progress of the building of the church hall. We prayed for the finishing of the project, believing that God will supply the needed finances and will motivate the local believers to participate in the building process. Before arriving in Elhovo for our evangelistic outreach, we stopped in Sliven for a very special event. We gathered most of the pastors and leaders from the town at El Hanaan CoG where we participated in the rite of feet washing. Brother Nick spoke from the Word of God about the spiritual cleansing and humbleness that the rite speaks of. The service in Sliven was very special, but we had to leave, because the people in Elhovo were waiting for us. There we saw a big crowd of people that had gathered to listen to the men of God from America. Once again God's power was in that place and many people came to the alter to receive Christ in their lives.