comments from some of Eastbourne’s church Leaders

From Our Pastor Nigel Hewitt at Shinewater Community Church, 
Daniel and Suzy have been a tremendous asset and blessing to us all. They have encouraged challenged and stretched every group they have worked with and in particular with their prayer support of many across the body and willingness for personal accountability to leadership. We as elders wholeheartedly support their missionary ambitions. 
 
From Martyn Relf, Churches Together for Eastbourne Chairman and a leader at Living stones community church
“In recent centuries missionaries have been sent out from their local churches, usually through a denomination or society. Dan and Suzy want to go as missionaries, sent from their local church & also with the practical support and training of mission agencies. But they want something more. Having worked across the churches in Eastbourne with Encounter and the ‘One Thing’ prayer initiative, they also want to be recognised and sent out by the wider church of Eastbourne and area. They have been gripped by the conviction that the body of Christ in a locality is bigger than the sum of its parts and something quite powerful takes place when this body is recognised and its confirmation to ministry is sought. I would support them in this. Its smacks of the New Testament to me! Although we do not yet have the means in place to express this formally, nevertheless I hope that a number of churches across the area will be able to support them too by prayer, encouragement and possibly finance.”

From Ian Milmine, Hour of Revival Association
“I have seen them close at hand as initiators of a number of important evangelistic, prayer and praise initiatives, blessing many in Eastbourne… As individuals they each have much to offer; together, they constitute a formidable team. Without a doubt they are a couple “after the Lord’s heart”, and I am sure He has great plans for them.”

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