We are Reaching All Primary Age Kids in St. Kitts!

Our ‘Meet the King’ distribution is in full swing! By the end of October we will have reached every primary age child in St. Kitts! We couldn’t be more thrilled at how God is using us!

So far Sean has spoken at five school assemblies and has the rest of the 17 schools scheduled from now until October 31st! By the end of October every child inside of all elementary schools will have heard the Gospel and received a ‘Meet the King’ booklet!

Primary Kids at Beach Allen School in St. Kitts Hear the Gospel and Get a 'Meet the King' Book

Kids at William Conner Primary School in St. Kitts hear the Gospel and get a Meet the King Book

Reaching Primary Schools with ‘Meet the King’ Booklet Schedule:

If you would like to pray for Sean as he teaches in the assemblies and hands out booklets here is the schedule for the rest of the month.

15th – Cayon Primary 267 students

16th – St. Paul’s Primary 192 students

17th – Estrige Primary 91 students

18th – Tucker Clark 446 students

19th – St. Peters 175 students

22nd – Molineaux Primary 103 students

23rd – Newton Ground 107 students

24th – Tabernacle 64 students

26th – Saddlers Primary 101 students

29th – Lodge Village 102 students

30th – Dieppe Bay Primary 108 students

31st – Verchilles 270 students

Teaching Children Effectively Level One Course

Sean will be teaching this course every Tuesday and Thursday evening until the first week of November. We have a total of eight people taking the class! They seem eager to learn and a few of them have never taught children’s ministry at all! We are praying for several Good News Clubs to come out of this class!

Unfortunate Change of Plans Coming Home

I (Mandi) will be coming back to America for a week (October 17th – 24th) to have two ingrown toenails removed. Actually, the procedure is scheduled on my birthday of all days (the 22nd). In late July/early August I stubbed both of my big toes and after a few weeks they both became ingrown. After daily trips to the doctor the decision was made to go home to have them extracted safely. The doctor here tried everything she could but apparently they are not set up to do the surgery safely in St. Kitts. She strongly encouraged us to not have the procedure done at the hospital here because the risk of complications due to negligent care is too high.

Although both big toes are ingrown, the right toe is extremely painful and is so deep that it cannot wait another two months. We had to use the frequent flier miles we were planning for Sean’s ticket at Christmas for me to go back. So now we are in need of around $500 to go home for the holidays. It is frustrating because last week we thought all of the money we needed to raise to go home was complete. But it seems this is the best way to get the medical care needed and we are trusting the Lord to provide for us again.

We would greatly appreciate your prayers for the primary schools, the TCE class, my trip home and the procedure for my toes, for Sean and Maddy as they remain in St. Kitts while I am gone and for us to receive all of the funds needed to go home for the holidays.

Thank you so much for all of your support!


  1. Love the pictures! So sweet!


  1. […] Good News Club in Fig Tree was cancelled and Sean had to reschedule some of the assemblies for our Meet the King Distribution but other than that things are returning to […]

  2. […] In October amidst Tropical Storm Rafael, my ingrown toenails (which I ended up coming back to America to fix) and our friends the Graysons being gone, Sean was able to visit every single primary (elementary) school in St. Kitts. He taught a Bible lesson and handed out a Meet the King booklet to all of the kids! In one month we literally reached every primary aged child in all of St. Kitts! […]

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