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The Season of Raising Support

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

The Joneses have also begun a new season. We have started visiting churches to raise support.

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Busy Spring Schedules

by: Ken & Rachelle Johnson

Spring is here and many things are blooming all around us! We have been blessed with a busy and full schedule!

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Seminary Miracles Admidst Tension

by: Walter & Florence Grob

When Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary started back after the Christmas break, threats of bodily harm and damage to property were received.

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Camp Progress and Village Ministry

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

Spring is in the air! The weather’s warmed up, the village has come back to life, and the hens are a laying (we are at 8-10-eggs a day now)!!

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Regarding a Wholistic Mission

by: Randy Schmor

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity once again to present and participate in the International Wholistic Mission Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Outreach to Students

by: Bud Fuchs

More than 25 students from 9 different countries have come to practice English and become friends with us!

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Pray for Change

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

I pray that as she has experienced life with our family that she will have been touched that we “do” life different because of Christ.

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Church Opportunities

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

Paulo and I have been blessed to serve the Niteroí Baptist Church for two months now. It is a great group of people and we already feel connected to them.

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Joy in the Dry Season

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

We are so happy for the coming of May and the green mountains and hills that surround us. We had an extra-long dry season this year.

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God Has Provided

by: Elsie Lewandowski

God has provided all sorts of answers to prayers these past months! Many answered prayers concern my parents who moved suddenly from Edmonton to Calgary.

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