Help me help the Worrells

Good morning friends. I just posted a video update about Clay and Janelle Worrell in Waterford, Ireland. They are a young church planting couple that attended Calvary Chapel Bible College and took a venture of faith out to Ireland back in 2007. God has been using them in some amazing ways and they have been faithful through all the challenges that they face as missionaries. Please watch the three minute video below and consider supporting them monthly with at least $5 or $10. I would recommend giving through their PayPal account on their web site here. But you can also donate to them through the Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa web site here. If you give through CCCM they will not be notified of the gift and you will not receive a confirmation of the donation. (I have no idea why this is how CCCM handles missionary gifts.)

Here is the email update they sent out this morning:

Hello Friends and Family,

I pray that you had a super blessed Christmas, packed full of good food, quality time with family and remembrance of the birth of our savior Jesus Christ!  Our Christmas was wonderful, the 10 days leading up to Christmas we were able to trade in a couple Christmas markets, Jannelle in Kilkenny and me in Waterford, selling Badger and Dodo coffee like we do on Saturdays.  I will attach a couple pictures.  It was a exhausting couple weeks, long and very cold days, but it was neat to be able to be a part of the Christmas cheer around town!  People are quite grateful when they are shopping in -6 weather for a good hot cup of coffee.  We were able to catch up on the church rent with the money we made as well, thats a blessing!
Right now I am sitting in my office looking out my window at a typically gray and wet Irish day.  I was just reading and praying this morning, seeking the Lord for direction for the New Year and I thought I would include all you wonderful praying people.  This last year has been a trying one for us and for Calvary Waterford.  I are asking the Lord for 2011 to be a year of growth and blessing, not for my sake, but for the sake of the Gospel going forth in Waterford City for God's glory.  We really want to make sure that we are hearing from God and stepping in faith in the right direction, following Jesus, and not blindly pushing forward in the way that seems right to us.  So I would like to ask you to pray with us, here are some specific things you can join with us in praying:
-That God would make His will clear and that we would obey completely.
-For the outreach of Calvary Waterford:  that we woud receive fresh direction and renewed energy to reach out to Waterford.  And that we would see fruit of people coming to Christ and getting plugged in to church.
-For Servants: That God would continue to raise up the people in the church to serve.  That God would bring help to serve along side of us.  (Please pray for Sebby Muller who will be spending 6 months with us as an interim worship leader and CJ and Chelsea Kelly and their two boys, they are working towards moving over indefinitely and will be yoking up with us here in Waterford- Praise God!!)
-For the drug addicts, alcoholics and anyone in addiction in Waterford:  God has given us a heart to reach out to those that are in bondage to various addictions, especially drug and drink.  Please pray for wisdom and direction that we would know where to go with that vision, it is a bit overwhelming at times, but God is a BIG God.  (We saw God bring a heroin dry over the city for several weeks last month and know people who are currently clean because of it.  God answers prayer!!!)
-For our location and building:  We feel we need to move from where we are.  As you know we have been trying to move for a while, we are closer than we have ever been.  Please pray for provision, direction and open doors in this area.
-For a fresh vision, strength and encouragement for Jannelle and I: I don't want to burn out or get complacent, we need strength and endurance that comes from Christ.
-For provision: for Calvary Waterford so we can do the ministry that is on our hearts, and for Jannelle and I.
I will leave it at that for now, I can go on and on, but I don't want to overwhelm anyone.  We truly love and appreciate you all, your prayers are more valuable and effective than you will ever know.  Please feel free to email back if you have any questions, words of encouragement or concerns.
"And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God." (Philippians 1:9-11)
Love, Clay and Jannelle Worrell
(photos attached: Coffee stall at Waterford market and Kilkenny Market and a frosty morning's view from our bedroom window) -- A. Clay Worrell