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“The opening of God’s work on earth depends on our prayer. God’s work matches our prayer, and His work is as extensive as our prayer. God wants to do many things, but He cannot do anything if we do not pray…Our prayers are our coordination with God’s work.” (WL, The Meaning and Purpose of Prayer, pp. 34-35; published by LSM)

Abiding, Fruit, Joy

“Abide in Me and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself unless it abides in the vine, so neither can you unless you abide in Me. I am the vine; you are the branches. He who abides in Me and I in him, he bears much fruit; for apart from Me you can do nothing….These things I have spoken to you that My joy may be in you and that your joy may be made full.” (John 15:4-5, 11)
Beseech the Lord for more abiding, much fruit, and full joy everywhere in Los Angeles.

Sixth Grade

Please pray that the Lord would bless the twenty 6th graders in the Los Angeles area. There are three 6th graders in Hall 1, seven combined in Hall 3 and 5, six in Hall 2, and four in Santa Monica/Inglewood area. This coming weekend (May 3-5), there will be a 6th grade conference; eighteen 6th graders and one 7th grader will attend. Please pray for all twenty 6th graders in the L.A. area that they would receive, enjoy, and begin to walk in the pathway of God’s full and perfect salvation. Pray also that they would have a strong baptism and continue to walk in newness of life throughout their entire journey on this earth and would be seeds of the gospel spread through all the schools for the producing of life in the practical situations in which they live.
Any parents who have questions regarding rides to the 6th grade conference located in Irvine California, can call Donny Wise (310-486-3169).

California Korean-Speaking Saints Conference

This conference will be Saturday night and Lord’s Day morning in Anaheim.

Cheney, Washington

Eastern Washington University, with 12,000 students, is located in Cheney, which is less than 20 miles from Spokane. Three couples from Spokane moved to Cheney to open homes for students.

South Africa

Bill Lawson is at the training in Pretoria teaching the class: The Full Ministry of Christ. He will finish the class this Wednesday. The 13 full term trainees are 9 brothers and 4 sisters. They are almost all college grads and all with excellent, preserved humanity. A good number are new to the church life and the Lord’s recovery but very open and receiving. Pray for their apprehension of the deeper truths, their growth in the divine life, and their contacts Tuesday- to Friday at the University of Pretoria. The campus is walking distance around the corner of our training center and has about 40,000 students.
When Bill Lawson leaves Pretoria, Roger Good from Anaheim arrives at the training.
(After the class in Pretoria, brother Bill travels to Kiev, Ukraine for a weekend conference May 3 to 5, then to FTT-Moscow May 7 to 10, then to Kyrgyzstan for a weekend conference May 10-12.)


There will be one-week trainings in London this week and each of the next three weeks. The subject of each week is The Four Great Pillars in the Lord’s Recovery: Truth, Life, the Church, and the Gospel. Many attending these trainings are new to the recovery, including seeking ones from the campuses, radio, and literature distributions. May the Lord grant each one a spirit of wisdom and revelation in the full knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ (Eph. 1:17).


The annual spring conference in Warsaw, Poland is May 3 to 5. The subject of the conference is The Experience, Growth, and Ministry of Life for the Body.

Lagos, Nigeria

About 200 people participate in the church life in Lagos. Half of them came through past radio broadcasts of Life-Study of the Bible. After a period of no broadcasts, the broadcasts recently resumed in Lagos. Ask the Lord to draw many more to Himself through the radio.


  1. Morning revival: week 5 of Crystallization of Daniel and Zechariah (winter training).
  2. Summer Training registration: late registration for Anaheim is possible but there is a $50 late fee in addition to the $155 donation. Video training registration is still open; donation is $80.