We thank the Church very much for your generous donation to us received in our Bank Account while we were in East London for the funeral of Selwyn's sister.
Please continue to pray for the prison ministry that the doors will stay open and also about all the red tape. They keep coming up with more and more forms to fill in. The lastest is two pages that mist be filled im for each prisoner he interviews. It is all so time consuming. We were so encouraged to meet up with a man who came to the Lord some years back while he was in prison and to see his bright and smiling face and hear how he is going on with the Lord. Keep praying for the converts that they will remain true.
Selwyn and Phyllis
Selwyn and Phyllis Kettles
Selwyn and Phyllis left East London in 1956 and after studying were married in 1958 and then joined the AEB for 30 years. They then served the Protestant Association for 8 years. During this time they joined CBC. They then moved to Oudtshoorn and started the Prayer and Evangelistic Centre. From here they have developed a community prayer and counseling centre and an exciting outreach into the local prison where many have found a new life through Christ. They are also involved with the Industrial Ministry, taking the gospel to the work place. They are now 78 and 80 respectively and they can say "relying on the faithfulness of God and the ministry of the Holy Spirit we are able to keep on serving Him."