Praise the Lord!  As always, the Lord comes first here, with everyone spending six or more hours a day reading, studying and listening to God's word.  The rest of the day we spend getting practical experience in applying God's word by serving others.  We've been cutting grass, helping others with all kinds of jobs, working at the food bank, splitting wood and performing maintenance here at the ministry.  
We have a gentlemen here which has finished the program and has continued to stay here as an overseer.  The Lord has led him to start his own ministry like Saul to Paul sometime in the future in Oklahoma.  His name is Austin, and he would appreciate your prayers.  
I'm sure many of you heard about the tornado we had in June.  We did have damage, but thankfully no one was hurt.  It could have been so much worse.  The tractor and log splitter sheds were destroyed and the fence was simply a twisted mess.  We spent about a week picking up debris all over the property and we do plan to rebuild the sheds in the near future.  
We were blessed with a new 15 passenger van-it is really nice.  We are in need of a passenger work van, so we don't abuse the new one.  Looking on towards the future, we plan on following the Lord in everything He has for us, including continuing to minister to the men incarcerated at Johnson County Jail and those who come to the in-house program here in Ellettsville.  Please pray that the Lord guides us in all our decisions and that He continues to bring men to Himself through this program. 
 A special thank you goes to all who have continued to give to Saul to Paul, especially those who have given consistently over the years.  We are truly thankful.  Without your giving hearts and obedience to God, many men's lives would have never changed.  You have such a huge part in helping the men get right with the Lord.  It is because of you that  we can even do this ministry!

God Bless You All!!!!!
    In His Service 
        Don and Joyln Sink
        Anthony and Traci Thompson 

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