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

 

A Lesson in Disengagement

by: Kristi TenClay

Because I did not send out a February newsletter, this is WAY overdue! As always, I want to thank you all for the many prayers that have been lifted on my behalf, as well as for our school in recent months.

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Digging Up the Weeds

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

Have you ever noticed that when you don’t work the ground it begins to grow weeds? Very rarely has a volunteer vegetable or fruit grown up without some form of cultivation. But weeds, well they are very willing to grow where no one is working.

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An Abundance of Singing and Joy

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

In these times of uncertainty, this is our prayer that, there would be much singing and joy on the Camp Falcon Rock property this summer. Would you pray with us for restrictions to be lifted and summer camps could happen this summer?

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Summer Camps Are a Go!

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

Praise God that Camp Falcon Rock is able to open the doors once again for summer camps. What a joyous sound to hear the laughter and excitement of having young people…

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Waiting for the Lord

by: Kristi TenClay

My short trip back to Cameroon went well. What a blessing to be able to rejoin the community in the end-of-year festivities, to share my current journey with friends and students there, and to pack up my life there before returning to the US for this year of home assignment!

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Is Fear Healthy?

by: Julie Stone

In June I had an opportunity to travel to Banso Baptist Hospital (BBH) with a resident. One of my goals has been to visit BBH on a quarterly basis in order to encourage the staff, to support….

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The “Just a Seck” Times

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

If you’ve been keeping up with our prayer partner updates, you’ll know that the last three months have been very eventful for us and our CHE EuroNet teams. (If you don’t get our prayer updates, write us at our email address below, and we’ll gladly add you to our team.)

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Shan in Japan

by: Shan Reed

Home assignment this year has been one of the most unusual home assignments I have experienced.

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G*d Is Our Strength, an Ever-Present Help in Trouble

by: Nick & Iris

Greetings in the blossomy spring season!

In April, a two-day outreach event has been held successfully in the rural area close to a beautiful mountain.

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The Broken Made Whole

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

Have you ever noticed that when you don’t work the ground it begins to grow weeds? Very rarely has a volunteer vegetable or fruit grown up without some form of cultivation. But weeds, well they are very willing to grow where no one is working.

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A Letter to Prayer Supporters

by: Gary Clatterbuck

I am Gary Clatterbuck, the coordinator of the Russia–Ukraine Ministry. I noticed that you had visited the booth, and I wanted to update you about this exciting teaching ministry that helps prepare new Christian leaders for churches and missions in a very changing part of the world.

 

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Hot Summer Events!

by: Yuri Nakano

After spending two summers in Canada, the heat and humidity of Japanese summer hit me like a brick! My body has since adjusted, thankfully! This summer has heated up, not only with the temperatures but also with many events going on. The Tokyo Olympics started with much uncertainty and with many of the citizens of Japan expecting it to be cancelled due to the high COVID-19 cases. Despite the declaration of the state of emergency and…

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Summer Connections

by: Bud Fuchs

So much is happening, the list of praises and prayer requests is long – reflecting that the Lord is good!

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Summer Camps Are a Go!

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

Praise God that Camp Falcon Rock is able to open the doors once again for summer camps. What a joyous sound to hear the laughter and excitement of having young people…

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Waiting for the Lord

by: Kristi TenClay

My short trip back to Cameroon went well. What a blessing to be able to rejoin the community in the end-of-year festivities, to share my current journey with friends and students there, and to pack up my life there before returning to the US for this year of home assignment!

Continue Reading

Is Fear Healthy?

by: Julie Stone

In June I had an opportunity to travel to Banso Baptist Hospital (BBH) with a resident. One of my goals has been to visit BBH on a quarterly basis in order to encourage the staff, to support….

Continue Reading

The “Just a Seck” Times

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

If you’ve been keeping up with our prayer partner updates, you’ll know that the last three months have been very eventful for us and our CHE EuroNet teams. (If you don’t get our prayer updates, write us at our email address below, and we’ll gladly add you to our team.)

Continue Reading

Shan in Japan

by: Shan Reed

Home assignment this year has been one of the most unusual home assignments I have experienced.

Continue Reading

G*d Is Our Strength, an Ever-Present Help in Trouble

by: Nick & Iris

Greetings in the blossomy spring season!

In April, a two-day outreach event has been held successfully in the rural area close to a beautiful mountain.

Continue Reading

Summer Ministry!

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

Wow – what an amazing three weeks we have just completed. It is hard to believe that staff training and two weeks of middle school camps are already over. It has been amazing, life-giving, energizing, and overwhelming at times to have children…

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New Semester, New Baptisms

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

Our second semester of this year started on July 26 with an intensive course on the spiritual disciplines and on how to be intentional in developing our relationship with the Lord when in full-time ministry.

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The Lord of the Harvest

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

During our time in Colorado, we had the opportunity to walk to a nearby coffee shop one crisp afternoon. It was about a mile walk from where we were staying. On the way back, one of our kids said, “I can’t wait to get home so I can warm up.” Interesting, isn’t it?

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The Broken Made Whole

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

Have you ever noticed that when you don’t work the ground it begins to grow weeds? Very rarely has a volunteer vegetable or fruit grown up without some form of cultivation. But weeds, well they are very willing to grow where no one is working.

Continue Reading