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Missionary newsletters are received February, May, August, and November.

 

God’s Family

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Komyo Church hosted a farewell party for us. Church members, English students, and friends came to bless us and send us off with love.

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Transitions and Goodbyes

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

Something that most international workers are told during orientation is to prepared for a life of “goodbyes.” We have come to experience and understand this well during the past 23 years.

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A Season of Receiving

by: Walter & Florence Grob

Most of my missionary career in Cameroon has involved the giving and receiving of ministry services. However, the last three months I have mainly only been receiving services and blessings. Perhaps it would be good to explain this.

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness

by: Shan Reed

I grew up singing hymns. You know, the songs with four verses and a chorus in a red book found in the rack of the pew in front of you. In months with five Sundays, the evening service would include a hymn sing, with people calling out their favorites.

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New Avenues for Ministry

by: Geoff Hartt

In July, we were able to bring some leaders from a Christ-centered recovery ministry, The Most Excellent Way, to Campeche, Yucatán, Mexico. We visited two secular recovery centers, where Josh and Matthew shared their deliverance from using and selling drugs.

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Teaching, Coaching, Resting, Planning . . . And Trying to Stay Healthy

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Greetings from Banyo, Cameroon, where I am enjoying/suffering being a bachelor again, along with my friend Suleymanu. His wife and children have gone to visit relatives in Nigeria, while mine has gone to do the same in Canada.

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A Look Back While Planning Ahead

by: Julie Stone

Currently in North America for an abbreviated Home Assignment, I’ve had the privilege of visiting many individuals and several churches. While there has not been sufficient time to visit all, my desire and intention is to connect with those missed in another two to three years.

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Re-Entry

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

Although we’ve been missionaries for nearly five years, there seem to always be more “firsts” for us to experience as a family.

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Packing, Sorting, and Organizing

by: Ian Smith

We would like to take a moment to update you on what has been going on in our lives in the past month or so since we accepted the call to go to Romania for a year.

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Not in Vain

by: Claire Marker

Not in vain.” This statement summarizes the last few months for us as we evaluate the BCCL ministry over the decades and as we move forward.

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Praise G*d Together with Joyous Fellowship Moments

by: Nick & Iris

We are thankful to complete the quarantine in Edmonton after returning to Canada. At the time of writing, we are on a deputation trip across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.

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Celebrations and Seminars

by: Yuri Nakano

We all enjoyed a celebration of thanksgiving as Komyo Church hosted a farewell party for Paul and Melissa Ewing (and son Elijah) for their faithful ministry in planting the church and raising it up to where it is today.

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For Such a Time as This

by: Craig & Maureen Moody

We have been in Yaoundé just over two months now. We live in a studio apartment on the ground floor of the building.

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Archive

Radiation Therapy for Cameroon

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

We are currently “On the Road.” Since we arrived in the USA in May, we’ve attended an international NAB missionary retreat and the NAB youth Gathering; seen most of our family, several retired missionaries, and other old friends; and given reports to eight NAB churches and the Southwestern Association of churches.

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Back in the Classroom

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

The beginning of August means the start of our second semester at the Seminary. I am looking forward to getting back in the classroom after home assignment.

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Transformed Lives

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

We are just coming off the camp season, and we are feeling so thankful for all of the great things that took place.

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God’s Family

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Komyo Church hosted a farewell party for us. Church members, English students, and friends came to bless us and send us off with love.

Continue Reading

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

by: Shan Reed

I grew up singing hymns. You know, the songs with four verses and a chorus in a red book found in the rack of the pew in front of you. In months with five Sundays, the evening service would include a hymn sing, with people calling out their favorites.

Continue Reading

New Avenues for Ministry

by: Geoff Hartt

In July, we were able to bring some leaders from a Christ-centered recovery ministry, The Most Excellent Way, to Campeche, Yucatán, Mexico. We visited two secular recovery centers, where Josh and Matthew shared their deliverance from using and selling drugs.

Continue Reading

Teaching, Coaching, Resting, Planning . . . And Trying to Stay Healthy

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Greetings from Banyo, Cameroon, where I am enjoying/suffering being a bachelor again, along with my friend Suleymanu. His wife and children have gone to visit relatives in Nigeria, while mine has gone to do the same in Canada.

Continue Reading

A Season of Receiving

by: Walter & Florence Grob

Most of my missionary career in Cameroon has involved the giving and receiving of ministry services. However, the last three months I have mainly only been receiving services and blessings. Perhaps it would be good to explain this.

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Catching Up

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

We have been on the go since we last wrote in February! You may have noticed we missed sending you a May newsletter, so we have some catching up to do.

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Transitions and Goodbyes

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

Something that most international workers are told during orientation is to prepared for a life of “goodbyes.” We have come to experience and understand this well during the past 23 years.

Continue Reading