November 2023

There is power in persistent prayer. - Micah 7:7

What have the Setrans been up to?

This past Sunday, Ron and I heard a fantastic sermon on Gratitude! The pastor said, “gratitude is an action, not a feeling”. These last few years we have been more intentional in audibly appreciating all that God has done in our lives. We know that He has been preparing us for even greater things in this next chapter and we are so grateful for our family and friends that are cheering us on, praying for us and supporting us in this journey - yes, that’s YOU!

Family News: from Anita
Ron and I absolutely love working side by side in the ministry of Prayer Stations! It’s been just over 2 years since God saved Ron’s life and he answered the call to full time ministry alongside me, and what a ride it has been! God has been giving us new vision and strategies that are already being implemented, with so much more to come - it’s so exciting!

Caleb, Diana and Ayla are temporarily living with us and we are loving all the family time! We are amazed how quickly Ayla is growing and learning! She just turned 1 on October 27th, and Ron and I are head over heels in love! MORE LOVE COMING OUR WAY…. We will also be welcoming grandtreasure number 2 in early June 2024! Our arms and hearts are FULL!

Karissa is doing great! She just made a new career move that she absolutely loves! She and Zach just celebrated 2 years of dating this October. I am so grateful for all of the time that Karissa spends with us! If she’s not here in person, then you will probably find us on facetime, on the phone, or texting!

Kiersten just turned 20 earlier this month!!!! How did that happen?? Although she graduated high school in 2021, she still attends school full time and is in the Life Skill classes. Kiersten loves being at school, so this week of Thanksgiving break will have her itching to get back. She is involved in several social activities, including Special Olympics Cheerleading and Down Syndrome groups.

Ministry News: from Ron
Operation Philadelphia:
In early October Nick and I were in Philadelphia, PA for almost two weeks. While there, we continued to work on our partnership with YWAM Philadelphia, helping train the local churches and reach their goal of getting 100 Prayer Stations onto the known drug corners in the city. Currently, YWAM and the surrounding churches have raised the finances to see 67 Prayer Stations used regularly by the local churches on the streets of Philly. We had meetings with key influential pastors that have been using Prayer Stations and are excited to share our vision with their contacts throughout the city. Our trip also included a Missions Conference at one of Nick’s faithful supporting churches in the Lancaster area and a short visit with some good friends.
Band of Brothers: Since September of 2021, I have served on the leadership team for the Band of Brothers. Many of you might remember Promise Keepers from back in the day, and this is a continuation of that vision; to see men come to know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior and how to become true Men of God. This ministry has been growing each year, and this last event saw over 400 men come together for an amazing long weekend that included all kinds of “guy specific” activities and very focused and specific sessions, where over 100 men came forward to ask Jesus into their heart for the first time, or to make a re-commitment to Christ. I currently serve with the Audio/Video team, and have been asked to help create the new Band of Brothers website.

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