I’ve been busy these last weeks, and it has been good to see many of you on my travels. Since my last update I have been in California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky! I’m writing from Kentucky now. I am so thankful for the opportunity to share about my work in Ireland, and the people that I love so much there. It has been a pleasure to visit some new places and meet people whose names I have seen over the years on different reports but haven’t had the chance to meet in real life until now. I have felt loved and supported and encouraged – Thank you!
In this week of Thanksgiving, I am very thankful for my life in Ireland. Twenty years ago, I celebrated Thanksgiving with my family, and just a few days later I got on a plane for Ireland. I arrived there on November 27, 2001. There have been great challenges, and great joy over the years. God has made a home for me there and given me friends who are like family. And I am so thankful.
I am also thankful for the chance to be in California for Thanksgiving again! I think that has only happened once in the last twenty years. I’m looking forward to holidays with my family.
As we approach the holidays, there are fewer opportunities for me to travel and speak, but if you are local in California and would like to have me come to your small group or church (or if you want to hear about Christmas traditions in Ireland!) give me a shout. I would be glad to come if we can work it out.
There are two ways to support me in Ireland, through prayer and through financial giving. I need and appreciate both!
You can click here to sign up and join me as a prayer partner if you aren’t one already!
If you would like to partner with me financially there are a few ways to do that:
- Donate online on my personal EFM webpage here.
- Donate by credit card over the phone at 303-421-8100.
- Mail a check marked with “Perry Support” to EFM, PO Box 771139, Wichita, KS 67277.
If you are a current monthly supporter, thank you. It is important to let EFM know that you plan to continue or increase your giving. If you are not currently giving, I would ask you to prayerfully consider supporting ministry in Ireland (me).
Since I recorded this video update, a few more commitments have come in, and I am now at 88%! This is exciting, thank you! I would appreciate opportunities to share, and I’m trusting God will provide so that I can return to Ireland in January.
Thank you, again! Happy Thanksgiving!