Pastor Moses Chatla, India — Safe Arrival Home

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

“Praise ye the LORD. O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.” Psalm 106:1

God is good! I arrived back home safe and sound. After the cancellation of my connecting flights from SFO to India, they were rebooked from Philadelphia and I finally reached home. Each flight arrived ahead of schedule to the destination; security checks were quick and easy. I left on the 3rd of July from the Philadelphia International Airport at 3 PM and I arrived at the Gannavaram Airport, India on the 5th of July at 8:15 AM. It was long, almost two days of travel but excitement and anticipation was felt in every mile of my journey to see my family & friends. It was good to see my wife & kids waiting to receive me at the airport. I missed my family and firstly, I thanked God for keeping our family safe and I thanked God for my wife. She is a wonderful blessing to my life. She took good care of our two little kids (ages 6 & 3), ran errands, and met all the needs to make it a sweet home.

I want to express my immense and sincere gratitude to pastors, churches, study groups, friends, families, and each individual who took precious time to listen to my ministry presentation and preaching. Your generosity in opening your houses for me to stay & visit, allowing me to use your cars, taking me out for eating & fellowship, your generous support for the ministry, your love and care for me (and my family), it all meant a lot to me. I pray that our Almighty God bless you for all you have done for His glory. Your personal commitment was incredibly helpful and allowed us reach some of our goals. Your assistance means so much to me but even more to the people in our ministries.

God has given me rest and a break from our busy schedule in ministry but it’s good to be back again to serve Him. I look forward to serving the Lord and letting you know all about how God has worked through our co-workers in India.

Thank you.

In His Service,
Pastor Moses Chatla