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

 

The God Who Sees

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

“You should do it!” Jason said. We had gone to a bigger city, Cluj-Napoca, for the weekend to look for a family vehicle, and in the city center they had set up for a 5K Color Me Run.

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Nothing but Thanksgiving!

by: Claire Marker

Psalm 136 just keeps repeating in my mind as I write these updates. God’s goodness amazingly shines through despite difficult circumstances!

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Goal Reached for Slide Scanner

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

We have been so encouraged in these last few months from all the answered prayer. You are a part of that, and you can rejoice with us! It is phenomenal to have non-stop electricity 24/7! We have had steady power for over a month now, and it is such a blessing.

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On the Road Again

by: Randy Schmor

As I’ve mentioned in the past, travel for my ministry with NAB Gateway has been non-existent for the better part of 2020 and 2021. That all changed in a big way over these past two months as I’ve been able to get back out ‘on the road again.’ But it hasn’t been easy; COVID protocols are different depending on the country…

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Thankfulness, and Steadfast Endurance

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

August and September saw Jeff working closely with our partners on some major issues related to persecution, as seen later in this newsletter. This time frame also saw Sonya operating in high gear.

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To Everything There Is a Season

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

The beginning of this season of living in Romania started in 2015 when God brought us here on a two-week mission trip to Camp Falcon Rock. It was on this trip we fell in love with the people and the country and began to sense God was calling us to something more.

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Home

by: Kristi TenClay

I love autumn! I love the colors. I love the smells. I love the tastes. I love Thanksgiving. I love the imagery of the trees letting go of the past year’s leaves and settling in for a ‘down’ time before the next year’s growth.

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A Month of Testing

by: Julie Stone

With our academic year drawing to a close at the end of December, the last five weeks have been a whirlwind of testing. Each resident is expected to sit for a written exam (pictured above), an oral examination, and a practical bedside examination.

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The Just-a-Seck Newsletter

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

You remember the water projects we are doing with the two Roma/M*sl*m villages, Meksiko, and Tribagremi? Well, after lots of starts and stops due to wildfires, land issues, material shortages, fundraising needs, and a need to rework the Meksiko plan, the clean water will be turned on this week in Tribagremi!

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Shan in Japan: November 2021

by: Shan Reed

I arrived safely at Narita Airport on October 4 and was greeted by my coworkers, Paul and Melissa Ewing, who had generously given up a day to make the round trip from Osaka to Tokyo and back. The protocols here include a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

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Grateful Heart Ignites Change of Life

by: Nick & Iris

We have met a young lady who had depression for years. We name her Daisy. We met Daisy at a coffee shop while she had just lost her job at that time. She was sensitive, upset, emotional, a bit angry, and lacked confidence. We invited Daisy to meet regularly, and she shared her disappointment from daily living, unpleasant emotional life, and previous stressful jobs.

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Meeting Together for Spiritual Encouragement

by: Yuri Nakano

Last month was a very productive and exciting month, with some women events that were able to finally happen because the emergency state was lifted!

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God’s Faithful Work through 2021

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

“Happy fall, y’all” is a phrase I often hear in Missouri. Fall is my favorite time of year for many reasons, including the Advent season. Across the world people are crying out and searching for hope, and as Christ’s church we have a beautiful message to share about Christ’s coming.

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Archive

On the Road Again

by: Randy Schmor

As I’ve mentioned in the past, travel for my ministry with NAB Gateway has been non-existent for the better part of 2020 and 2021. That all changed in a big way over these past two months as I’ve been able to get back out ‘on the road again.’ But it hasn’t been easy; COVID protocols are different depending on the country…

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Reconciling Health Services Ministries

by: Walter & Florence Grob

The vision statement of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services is to “offer quality care to all as an expression of Christian love.” This ministry is carried out through ten hospitals, twenty-nine health centers, a primary healthcare system for small rural villages, a centralized medicine and medical supply distribution service, specialized services for the disabled including the deaf and blind…

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Thankfulness, and Steadfast Endurance

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

August and September saw Jeff working closely with our partners on some major issues related to persecution, as seen later in this newsletter. This time frame also saw Sonya operating in high gear.

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To Everything There Is a Season

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

The beginning of this season of living in Romania started in 2015 when God brought us here on a two-week mission trip to Camp Falcon Rock. It was on this trip we fell in love with the people and the country and began to sense God was calling us to something more.

Continue Reading

Home

by: Kristi TenClay

I love autumn! I love the colors. I love the smells. I love the tastes. I love Thanksgiving. I love the imagery of the trees letting go of the past year’s leaves and settling in for a ‘down’ time before the next year’s growth.

Continue Reading

A Month of Testing

by: Julie Stone

With our academic year drawing to a close at the end of December, the last five weeks have been a whirlwind of testing. Each resident is expected to sit for a written exam (pictured above), an oral examination, and a practical bedside examination.

Continue Reading

The Just-a-Seck Newsletter

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

You remember the water projects we are doing with the two Roma/M*sl*m villages, Meksiko, and Tribagremi? Well, after lots of starts and stops due to wildfires, land issues, material shortages, fundraising needs, and a need to rework the Meksiko plan, the clean water will be turned on this week in Tribagremi!

Continue Reading

Shan in Japan: November 2021

by: Shan Reed

I arrived safely at Narita Airport on October 4 and was greeted by my coworkers, Paul and Melissa Ewing, who had generously given up a day to make the round trip from Osaka to Tokyo and back. The protocols here include a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.

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Thankful

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

The past summer has been both exciting and challenging. We appreciate the prayers on our behalf as we passed through the health problems that both of us faced. We are both doing fine at present but now are more aware on a practical level that there are unknown health challenges that come with aging.

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Grateful Heart Ignites Change of Life

by: Nick & Iris

We have met a young lady who had depression for years. We name her Daisy. We met Daisy at a coffee shop while she had just lost her job at that time. She was sensitive, upset, emotional, a bit angry, and lacked confidence. We invited Daisy to meet regularly, and she shared her disappointment from daily living, unpleasant emotional life, and previous stressful jobs.

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