Greetings!

A great big hello from our family to yours!

We have had a few full months of ministry and traveling and we hope to give you the highlights in this month’s newsletter. First we’d like to share about our trip to the Philippines!

Philippines update:

First of all we would like to say thank you so much to those who helped financially support our trip to the Philippines. We are very grateful to you for those who sowed into this trip.
Our
 family of five left for the Philippines on September 3rd and spent a few weeks doing ministry and connecting with family and our FI missions team. We were able to spend a few days with the Hope For All Children orphanage on Samal island. We were blessed to have the opportunity to share with everyone involved in HFAC; including the orphan children. We ministered the love of Jesus and spent time in the end praying over these precious children.

Peter was able to break a sweat and help out a little with mowing grass and cleaning up the HFAC property. We love the HFAC team and thoroughly enjoyed our time with them.
We also spoke to the students and staff at FIRE School of Ministry, Philippines. These Filipino students have really caught the flame of God. They have a passion for winning souls and taking the gospel to the nations.

We had a wonderful time with Global Impact and their anti-human trafficking ministry. It was an honor for our

family to spend the day with them encouraging and praying over their leaders and staff.
What was really awesome was the cool things God did while we were in taxis, airplanes and walking through public places.

20 Years of Legacy

Towards the end of October FIRE International celebrated its 20 year anniversary! We have been with FIRE International since 2005 and since then have been to India, Japan, and the Philippine islands. Brenda and I were blessed to help lead worship for the missions conference this year. God showed up powerfully in our meetings! I can truly say our hearts are stirred for Jesus and the mandate to fulfill The Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20

Prayers

We want to thank all of you for your continued partnership with us in spreading the good news! Please keep us in your prayers as we continue to travel near and far doing missions work.

Areas to pray for:

  • Open doors for us to minister domestic and international

  • Protection and good health

  • Grace over Brenda as she homeschools the kids

  • Souls to be saved!

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Your missionaries,

Peter, Brenda, Gabriel, Mayumi, and Levi Naskapage2image51123840

FIRE International P..O. Box 5306 Concord, NC 28027

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The Naska’s have served as missionaries in the Philippines for 8 years. In the early years of their missions work they ministered in prisons, hospitals, a discipleship training center, worship team ministry, church planting, and an orphanage.