Exceedingly Abundantly

Pastor Sal Massa

And now it’s time to say goodbye. It’s nearly 3 months since we arrived here in India. It has been a great trip. Thank you to everyone who has followed us on the blog. Truly what I’ve shared here is just the tip of the iceberg. So much has happened it would be impossible to write about it all.We arrived here in Bangalore last Tuesday. Except for one women’s conference, we have just taken the time to rest and enjoy some city life.

One last Women’s Conference in Bangalore

Elena has been spending time working on a highlight video of the entire trip, which when finished will be published to YouTube for everyone to view. We will let you know when it’s ready. Sal has been working on new conference material for next year’s trip and the upcoming zoom meetings, which begin in June.  Of course, plans to return are tempered by the fact that God is in control. If it’s His will, we shall return. Cross Angle Ministries has been blessed by the Lord and a number of expansion plans have been put in place  including the addition of three new staff people.

  • Ammu, Viju’s wife, will oversee the Widow Projects which include Joyful Weave and a literacy program to teach widows how to read and write their own language.
  • Pastor Rajkumar will be assisting Ammu to register widows with the government to receive eligible financial aid. He and his wife will also be visiting widows and assisting them spiritually.
  • Pastor Rajendren will assist Viju with Zoom pastor conferences. As a result, Zoom meetings can now be simulcasted in several locations. This will greatly increase the number of pastors attending.

God has been good. He has been faithful. He has done exceedingly abundantly more than we asked Him to do.

Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.  Ephesians 3:20-21

Please pray our trip home is safe and on time. We leave Tuesday at 3:55 am (IST) and will be home Tuesday at 9:00 pm (EST). With time changes it will take nearly 24 hours.