Dear Friends,

            I want to take a moment to thank you for your continued support of our ministry. Without the financial and spiritual partnership of people like you, what we do would be impossible. This month begins one of the busiest stretches in our ministry’s history and we need your help in order to accomplish all that the Lord has in store. I want to highlight what we are getting ready to do so that you may pray for us and give as you feel led to do so. We believe in the power of prayer and we are asking for you to join with us in prayer for the upcoming months. Let me tell you about what is in store!

            For the past three summers we have had crusades in three different parts of Madagascar. Each time the Lord has done amazing things! While each crusade location was chosen to specifically minister to that community, we have also had an additional plan for the future. These past three crusades have also served as preparation for what is happening August 13-15 in Antananarivo, Madagascar. This is the capital city of Madagascar and our crusade will be the largest the city has had in years. We are so excited for what God is going to do there to bring transformation to Madagascar!

            Shortly after returning from Madagascar, Dad will be in Cuba for a week of revival meetings in this country that has just recently been opened to the Gospel and is so desperate for the Gospel. At the same time that Dad is in Cuba, I will be doing a crusade in a country in southeast Asia that has denied our entry three times in the last two years. We know the devil is trying to keep us from there because he is fearful of what will take place. Thankfully, our God is greater, I received my visa for entry to the country, and we are looking forward to what will happen September 8-11.

            In November Dad will be going to one of the most unreached areas of Ethiopia. Our crusade director, who has done crusades in Ethiopia for many years, says that it is one of the most remote areas in the country, but densely populated with primitive people. At the same time, Michelle, Anna (our new daughter) and I will be ministering in El Salvador. Then in the beginning of 2017, we are working to be able to minister two Asian countries we have never visited before. This is an exciting time for our ministry, but we need your prayer and support as we look to the future. Together we can change the world.

For the King,

Joshua Wagner