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Wed, 3 Oct 2007

Lord thank you for the open doors you have given to Sue. Please keep the path open like a flood gate and let her make many relationships that will lead to Your kingdom. God is good ALL the time.... Blessings, Kim

Tue, 02 Oct 2007

Please send me your monthly updates. I would appreciate getting them and keeping our folks informed as to how to pray for you and Sue, your family and ministry. Blessings, Paul

We share your regular updates with the church family. Praise the Lord for the Bible Studies! Good News! Larry

I'm glad that Sue has other international worker women with whom to fellowship. Alex


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Thu, 27 Sep 2007

Dear Lord, Bless Mike and Sue Farho with Joshua and John with all that they need to pastor your flock in Abidjan and in the neighboring communities. May the precious Blood of Jesus cover each of them daily as they labor to do your all you need of them. Guard over their son, John, who is away from them, but protected by you moment by moment! In Jesus' Name. Amen! Love, Susie

Wed, 26 Sep 2007

Indeed, May God give visions of the Savior of Saviors for their good and the glory of God. And may He set up divine appointments with people like Mike and Sue to interpret the visions. Wendell

Thank you for the updates. Their brevity and conciseness enable me to regularly read them, and pray along with you. Calvin

Tue, 25 Sep 2007

CHRIST can indeed open their eyes and I pray HE will mercifully do so, Charlotte

We continue to pray for you as you minister to Muslims. We will pray for Muslims to be enlightened as to the true Savior of the world. We love you! Larry and Deanna

Don't Christians fast too? Should we fast? Holly

Yes, we do fast. One of many fasts that we like is called the Daniel Fast. Read more about it at http://www.farho.net/daniel-fast. Mike


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Wed, 19 Sep 2007

Interesting how Rosh Hashanah and Ramadan are about the same time this year. I pray for the Peace of the World to teach us to forgive one another. God Bless you dear Brother You and the whole wonderful family. en agape janie Shalom

What a terrible tragedy. Yes, we most definitely will pray for your travels daily! We love you! Larry and Deanna

May God protect & bless you and your family! May He go before you and prepare the hearts of those you will share with! May He encourage you with much fruit! Saved by His Grace, Cherie

Tue, 18 Sep 2007

So sorry to hear this. What a tragedy. There is a guard that I work with who also lost his son this Sunday in a car accident. Two months ago his daughter died of cancer. I am going to the funeral tomorrow. Praying that I will be able to help him somehow. He is not a believer. Take care and be careful. None of us knows when we will go, do we? Marilyn

We certainly will be praying for this woman and your family also. Our hearts goes out to her. God Bless. Carrie and Don

Dear Lord, We pray that Ali's girlfriend would hear the Gospel message and that you would use Mike and Sue to share Your love with her. I pray that you would soften her heart and that she would be open to the Gospel. We thank you for using Mike, Sue and their boys Lord, to reach out to others who are in need of Your love and mercy. I don't know this Lebanese woman but I pray for her salvation and the salvation of many other Lebanese people. In Jesus name, Amen

This breaks my heart. I stand in agreement of the prayer for this young lady and for the protection for your family. Donna


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Tue, 11 Sep 2007

Yes, I trust that we can here at Old Cheney Alliance Church, conduct focused prayer for the Muslim world during Ramadan. I have contacted YWAM here for details about the DVD and the 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World. The Lord bless, Bob

Mike, Sue, and Family,Thank-you for the e-mail I will pray along with you on the 30 day prayer Journey. May the Lord continue to use Mike and Sue mightily as they minister to the people in Cote Ivory. May many come to know Christ as their Savior as Mike and Sue continue to share the good news of our King by the power of the Holy Spirit. Please continue to pray for the revival in Des Moines Iowa with Ann Graham Lotz. Pray that the Lord will draw people to himself, and that many will come to know Jesus as Lord and Savior of their life. May you always stay In Love with Jesus and continue praising his name! Thank-you father for your son Jesus. In Christ Jesus Tammy


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Wed, 13 Sep 2006

What are you doing to protect yourselves? (We are avoiding the areas that are dangerous. Mike) Please be careful. Hopefully you have stayed well. Praying for you. Al

"Surely He will save you from the fowler's snare and from the deadly pestilence... you will not fear the terror of night... nor the pestilence that stalks in darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday"
Dear Jesus, please protect Farhos and their loved ones in Abidjan under the shadow of your wings. -Adrian


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Tue. 12 Sep 2006

Things seem to be horrible all over the world! Every country has huge issues - could Jesus be coming soon? Thank the Lord you are there to give your friends hope in this time of their need. Blessings, Linda

We're so sorry so many are suffering. Bless you as you minister. Love & Prayers, Debby & Chuck

Praying for GOD's mercy, Charlotte

We are spreading the word, asking for prayer. May God bring healing to your land. Audrey and Gene


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Tue, 5 Sep 2006

We pray for you all continually. You are in a very volatile situation we will pray again for Mohamed and the toxic waste in Abidjan. Lord, protect you and the people there. Help find the cluster bombs and protect people from this tragedy. God Bless you, Tim & Kim

I am so sorry for these tragic and frightening situations. I will surely pray over them. Thanks for keeping us informed of the daily walk of humanity elsewhere. Some days I can't even imagine it. Laura


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Wed, 30 Aug 2006

Are you in Abidjan or Cote d'Ivoire now? I get confused sometimes. Lynne

We are in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Abidjan is the largest city in Côte d'Ivoire. The population is nearly four million people, about 20% of the population of Côte d'Ivoire. Mike Farho

What a day of rejoicing indeed! John

Tue, 29 Aug 2006

We are thankful for all of you who share the Good News with the Unreached people everywhere you can! God Bless you! Love and Prayers, Dorothy

What a wonderful God we serve. The Alliance has had good vision on having national churches. We are grateful that you were there to participate in the exchange. The kingdom is further advanced through all of the international worker efforts. Thanks so much, Tim & Kim


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Tue, 22 Aug 2006

You guys do such a great job of reaching out! Your emails encourage and challenge me. Ann

Even tho we don't respond often, we do appreciate your Tuesday updates. Thank you for faithfully showing us how to pray for you and your work. Blessings on you, Debby

I hope Josh got his books that he needed. Anyway, I prayed for that and for him to adjust going to school again. I pray for you Mike and your family every morning. It gives me joy in your faith and your obedience. In Him, Florence


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Thu, 17 Aug 2006

Good to hear that Joshua is doing good in Arabic. We have prayed that you will receive the school books soon. We hope that you will be continually blessed with open doors and open hearts for His gospel to be heard. Many blessings, Tim & Kim

Wed, 16 Aug 2006

Thanks, Mike, for the news. We are praying for you and your family and ministry there in Abidjan area. Along with praying for the peace of Jerusalem, we need to pray for the peace of Lebanon! In Christ, Bob O.

I never thought of school starting in Lebanon or that you may have to import school texts. I love your format that includes a prayer each time. It gives me a starting point each time I get an e-mail from you. Keep the updates coming. In His Love, Lois

Tue, 15 Aug 2006

Just want you to know our church body is praying for you, your friends and how God can use you in some very difficult situations. I'm am always anxious to read your letters, so full of news and I know how to pray after reading them. Blessings to you and your family, Very sincerely, Patty


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Tue, 8 Aug 2006

Myrtle and I are praying for the Lord to bring glory to His name out of the chaos in Lebanon and Israel. My, this makes me think of the coming of the Lord to defend His people! Glad to hear that Radwan is OK.
The Lord bless, Bob O.

I pray daily for John and his safety. Doris

Praise God for our 20 year olds - they keep us in the Father's face.
Press on, Mike! Peace, John

Praise GOD! I am so thankful these two were safe in HIS hands, Charlotte

Mon, 7 Aug 2006

I am glad to hear that John got a little fun in before he goes. I will pray for him every day.
Poor Radwan - it's so hard to imagine losing your home in such circumstances. You & Sue hang tough through all the stress! Lynne

I have been praying for your friends. I'm glad they are O.K
Love, Fae


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Sat, 5 Aug 2006

Are you in Lebanon? I know that you wanted to study Arabic there, but I didn't know if you actually got there. I am praying for you both. Susan

No, we aren't in Lebanon. Our trip was cancelled for various reasons. Mike

Fri, 4 Aug 2006

Praise the Lord for all that the Lord is doing in Lebanon with the Lebanese church. The news on the TV is not good. Seems to be getting worse not better. We will continue to keep praying for all the people that are getting New Testaments that the Lord will open their eyes to His truth. God Bless you all, Tim & Kim

Wed, 2 Aug 2006

This was so very interesting! In the midst of bad, God does good by putting people in Christian areas & handing out Bibles!!! Thank you for sharing that Mike. The whole world seems to be at war. We live in perlious times - COME QUICKLY LORD JESUS! Do keep safe & may God give you courage to press on in the heat of the moment. Hug Sue for me. Blessings, Linda

Tue, 1 Aug 2006

Praise the Lord for this report. We have been praying earnestly for Lebanon and you folks and your interest in the people there. How we wish everyone could know the Prince of Peace!! Someday it will be that way and we'll all live together in peace and harmony. Lord hasten the day.
Anthony

Mon, 31 Jul 2006

I marvel at you families who are out there in the line of fire. God bless you! Diane

I haven't replied to your e-mails til now but want you to know how much we apprecitate your communications with us and we do pray diligently for you. Our hearts are with the Lebanese Christians and we pray much for them. Ken and Janet

Praise Jesus! that during this time of struggle that the people are accepting the word of God. I pray that they will be unable to put it down that the Holy Spirit will open their eyes to the truth and they will hunger and thirst after him and his gift of eternal life. Father in heaven draw them to you in Jesus name amen. God bless, Tammy


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Fri, 28 Jul 2006

Thanks for the update, Mike. I am glad Radwan is safe, and I continue to pray and work for peace. Wish I could do more to bring it. Andy B

Wed, 26 Jul 2006

We will keep praying for the Middle East situation and that God will work mightily through it.
Lynne in Omaha

So sorry that these bombings are happening. We are praying for peace. I went thru the slide show and prayed for each person pictured.
Blessings to your family from us! Mike in Florida

Tue, 25 Jul 2006

I went thru your pictures- they are interesting. It is frightening what is going on in much of our world, esp. the Middle East.
Love, Fae in Greenville, South Carolina

I agree---more prayer is needed on all fronts!
Charlotte in Louisville, Kentucky


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Tue, 18 Jul 2006

Of course we are remembering you during this difficult time. I know that you are ministering to the many Lebanese there in Abidjan and Christ's love and compassion is being manifested through you.
We love you, Lori and Rick

Wed, 12 Jul 2006

Amen to that prayer. I just visited two relatives who had been saved and I didn't know it. Praying for them for years.
Diane

So glad to hear from you; we will pray for the coming of Ramon and Maria. Also, your study of Lebanese language.
Much love from Art W. in Omaha, Nebraska

Tue, 11 Jul 2006

God must have a reason for the delay of Ramon and Maria's visit. In the meantime, you are busily carrying on the Lord's work, learning Arabic, and glorifying His Name! God Bless you!
Love and Prayers, Dorothy

Fri, 7 Jul 2006

We appreciate hearing from you regularly add pray for you almost daily.
Wesley and Marjorie in Wauneta, Nebraska

Thu, 6 Jul 2006

We do pray for you all nearly daily. Our prayers would be nothing except that they are directed to our Awesome God Who loves every one on earth!
Vern and Inez in Omaha, Nebraska

Tue, 4 Jul 2006

Good to hear from you. Always appreciate your updates. Just viewed your pictures again. God bless you on this 4th of July day. I thank God for your service to Him.
Arlie and Nancy

I can't resist replying to this. When our daughter Rachel was a young teenager she was going to be President of the U.S., a jockey (horse) and on the weekends an interior decorator. She's a nurse, married with two teen agers of her own. Thanks for the updates.
We continue to pray for you. Fern (from the Rosemont Alliance Church in Lincoln, Nebraska)

Thu, 29 Jun 2006

Yes, you surely know where God has led you to go, and He will get glory from your lives as you lead the Lebanese to Him! God Bless you!
Love and Prayers, Dorothy in Montana

Wed, 28 Jun 2006

I know you are following the Lord's leading in your ministry there. May there be much fruit from the seeds you're planting.
Love, Fae in Greenville, South Carolina

Tue, 27 Jun 2006

Praying JESUS leads you to HIS lost ones,
Charlotte in Louisville, KY

Fri, 23 Jun 2006

Lord we pray that Mike, Sue and Josh will be able to learn the language of the people that they serve. We thank you for the conversation with the Muslim taxi driver. Already you have shown fruit for their efforts.

Thank you for all that you do for the service of our Lord.
God Bless you, Tim & Kim in White Sulphur Springs, Montana

Thu, 22 Jun 2006

I can imagine that Arabic is pretty hard to learn, but it sounds like you are doing well with it. Keep up the good work! God Bless!
Love and prayers, Dorothy

Lord, Father in heaven,
Give the Farho's vision and strength today. Give Sue wisdom as she homeschools Joshua. I pray the women that Sue meets with will have hearts that are open and the Men that Mike meets with too will be open and desire to understand your word!! Thank you that your word changes lives and it is not up to us!! Thanks that your word convicts us of what is right and wrong. Keep John safe today and until he gets home. Let no harm come to him!! Protect John and help him to feel your joy and peace even as he is in War. Thanks for prayer and your forever listening ear! Amen
Stephanie in Omaha, Nebraska

I am glad you are learning the language of the people. I know the older you get the harder to learn new languages but you are STILL young so I am sure you will succeed. I will pray for your success. Joshua can teach you!!!!!!
Fae in Greenville, South Carolina

Wed, 21 Jun 2006

Your incarnational approach will certainly pay off for the Kingdom.
God bless, Andy B. in California

Praise GOD for how HE uses you!
Charlotte in Louisville, Kentucky

Tue, 20 Jun 2006

I in no way envy you trying to learn another language. I have trouble remembering a few Spanish words from my co worker. Lord give them clarity of mind and the ability to remember and recall what they have learned.
AMEN. Terry

We praise our God because of your willingness, even eagerness to live and work so far from all that is familiar and comfortable. And we thank you. May HE use you to bless others and be an instrument in His hands for the Kingdom.
Joe and Ruth in Omaha, Nebraska

Tue, 13 Jun 2006

Well, it's O.K. for Joshua to change the team he's cheering for, but we are SO thankful that the Lord never gives up on us, when we fail! Praise God that you and Sue are cheer leaders for the Lebanese, and God will never fail them, or us! God Bless you!
Love and Prayers, Dorothy in Montana

Father, we thank you for Mike & Sue and their faithful service and obedience to your will. Richly bless them and encourage them in their love for you, those whom they serve, and those they call on in your name.
Thanks Farho's, Raymond in Omaha, Nebraska

:) bro. Of all the sources for spoiler info I never dreamed you would be one!!! I was just about to turn the tv on to watch the brasil/croatia match!!! Tell Joshua to root for England. Doesn't matter who wins they are the best :)
Keep the faith! John in New Jersey

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Thu, 8 Jun 2006

Looking forward to the World Cup. Cote d'Ivoire will play Argentina on Saturday and they will play my team (The Netherlands) on the 16th. Group C is the unfortunate group this World Cup. Argentina will be a tough team to beat.

Praying also that this World Cup will bring the people of Cote d'Ivoire together.
In Christ, Ada in Montana

Wed, 7 Jun 2006

The Lord bless. Wish we could be there to see the games!
Praying. Bob in Linclon, Nebraska

I remember bringing our youth to Côte d'Ivoire and engaging in a football match in the dust, with that ragged ball and poles for goals and smiles to light up the approaching dusk. May God use sport in Côte d'Ivoire and in Josh!
John in Bangkok, Thailand


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Wed, 24 May 2006

Lord, arrange this visit to Lebanon for Arabic study and visiting. Please heal Sue's headaches and stomach issues. Place Your hand of protection on all of the Farhos. In Your Son's matchless Name. Amen.
Love you guys, Ken and Lynda in Omaha, Nebraska

Tue, 23 May 2006

Thank you Lord for the ministry that Mike and Sue are doing in Cote d'Ivore. Thank you they have such a servant's heart. We pray that Sue will be feeling better. We are very thankful that she is having fewer headaches. Oh Lord, please work out all the details for Mike and Sue as they push forward to further your kingdom.
God Bless you and the family, Tim and Kim in Montana


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Thu, 18 May 2006

Let's pray: Heavenly Father, thank You for the ministry of the Farho's. Continue to keep them safe, secure in Your loving arms. Give them open doors for sharing Jesus and let hearts be receptive and lives changed. Thank You for Mike's devotion to You and the great ideas he comes up with for prayer. May You honor his desire. Keep their hearts full of love for You and each other. Let a song be in their hearts that overflows to a lost and dying world. May everything they do have eternal value. In Jesus Name, Amen
Linda in Des Moines, Iowa

Tue, 16 May 2006

I want you both to know that I am praying for you and enjoy your newsletters very much. Someday I am going to meet you to tell you that in person. I pray that you are all feeling well. I pray for all your friends there and I pray for all that you will meet and share the Gospel with. How very exciting. It is in my heart to go on a STM trip someday, God just needs to show me where. Take care and may God continue to bless you and all that you do.
In His Awesome Name, Lisa in New York


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Wed, 10 May 2006 9:26 AM

The Lord has shown his faithfulness to me. Thank you for your prayers and concerns. They have been a huge encouragement and given me strength. The love of Christ has also been evident through the many Malians and Workers who have come to my bedside to greet me and pray. This morning a woman and her 3 children walked several miles in the heat across town to see me!
Betsy Bohuslavsky in Koutiala, Mali

Tue, 09 May 2006 7:45 PM GMT

Thanks for your prayers!! God has certainly answered over the past 24 hours! Keep praying!
Betsy Bohuslavsky in Koutiala, Mali

Tue, 09 May 2006

We just never know what a day will bring into the lives of our friends and loved ones. I pray everyone continues with health and safety.
Diane in Montana


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Wed, 3 May 2006

We are happy to contribute to The Great Commission Fund, which enables misssionaries, like you and Sue, to go out and bring people to know the Lord--Otherwise they would never hear about our precious Saviour! God Bless!
Love and Prayers, Dorothy in Montana

Tue, 2 May 2006

We enjoy your messages so very much. Please keep us informed about Sue's headaches, and also information on John. Your friends in the Ambassador Class are faithfully keeping you in prayer.
Blessings on all of you, Gene and Audrey in Omaha, Nebraska


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Thu, 27 Apr 2006

I thank God for your courage and commitment and each time I hear from you via my e-mail, I say a prayer for your continued health and work. Tonight, I have asked our Father to knock once again at Hussein's heart. I pray that he is made physically well and also that he comes to a realization about Christ.
Karen in Des Moines, Iowa

Wed, 26 Apr 2006

I join you in praying for this friend Hussein. May God bestow mercy and grace and perform spiritual heart surgery on him. Praying for you too Mike.
Love Joe in Fremont, Nebraska

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Tue, 18 Apr 2006

He has risen indeed!!!!!!!!!!!! What a wonderful reminder of our Lord and Savior and what he did for us. Amazing grace. Hope all is well with you and the family. We also await for His second coming.
God bless you all,
Tim & Kim in White Sulphur Springs, Montana


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Wed, 12 Apr 2006

I know it is hard to see good friends leave even if you know their going is for the best for them. Your latest pictures were interesting. What a different world!! May the Lord continue to bless you and the many you are touching through your ministry. Have a blessed Easter.
Fae in Greenville, South Carolina

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Wed, 5 Apr 2006

Sounds like the Farho's are very busy. Always appreciate information about you and the prayer requests that you forward to us. We pray for you often. May the Lord continue to bless you and keep you safe.
Jeannie in Lincoln, Nebraska

I enjoyed your photos. Hope everything went well at Dakar Academy.
Patty in Des Moines, Iowa

Tue, 4 Apr 2006

Your Cote d'Ivoire streets slide show made me homesick for Abidjan. I really liked the photos of the Senegal horse carts.
Allan in Dakar, Senegal

You are on my prayer list daily. I am thankful for your concern for the lost and your willingness to go to tell the lost in foreign fields about Christ. Your email helps me know how to pray for your special needs. Love in Christ,
Doris in Louisville, Kentucky

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Fri, 17 Mar 2006

You are so good at keeping in touch with us. I pray for your needs and when I do my chemo I try to spend some extra time as well. God bless you on this Irish day!
from Diane in Montana

You just keep sounding busier & busier. Take some time out for your beautiful wife & son, sir!
from Lynne in Omaha

Wed, 15 Mar 2006

Great communication. I suggest a slight edit to fit your life verse.
3. Explain in one sentence what you would like your ministry partners to do.
Tom in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Tue, 14 Mar 2006

Amen Mike! Christ's continued blessings!
from Joe in Fremont, Nebraska

Tue, 28 Feb 2006

Josh what a cute picture of you and the chicks. Just wanted to let you know we are praying for you Josh. So happy you have and will continue to adjust to being back home. Home what a wonderful word, right!!!!! Will continue to life you and your family up to our gracious Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
from Lloyd

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