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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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Miracles Out of Nowhere

by: Randy Schmor

I suspect that maybe some of you, but probably not all of you, would know the reference that I chose for the title of this newsletter article: ‘Miracles Out of Nowhere’

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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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Spring Connections: 2021

by: Bud Fuchs

We are in the planning stages of launching a new church this fall.

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Changes Are Beginning as Vaccines Are Being Received

by: Gary Clatterbuck

Our students go where we cannot go!

Keep praying! Thank you for giving.
Pictures above are taken in North Korea.

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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?

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

A Red Alert, a Rash, and a Rogue Rat

by: Julie Stone

The risk of contracting COVID‑19 in Cameroon was officially raised to a RED, or Level 4, status in April. This correlates to the rising numbers of cases presenting to the hospital and an isolation ward which has been at capacity for the past two months.

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The Just a Seck Times: May 2021

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

After being grounded 16 months in the United States because of the COVID pandemic, we flew back to Budapest on April 23.

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Shan in Japan: May 2021

by: Shan Reed

The North American Baptist Conference’s spring missions emphasis was on Komyo Christian Church. The verses from Hebrews were the theme verses.

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G*d’s Light Shines upon a Group of Young People

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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Miracles Out of Nowhere

by: Randy Schmor

I suspect that maybe some of you, but probably not all of you, would know the reference that I chose for the title of this newsletter article: ‘Miracles Out of Nowhere’

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Opening Up!

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

“Opening up,” the words we’ve been waiting to hear for a long time around the world, are finally being used more authoritatively in Romania.

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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.

Continue Reading

Spring Connections: 2021

by: Bud Fuchs

We are in the planning stages of launching a new church this fall.

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Goodness

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

We started March being strongly encouraged to not travel between prefectures, making the number of cases seem to decline. Once time lapsed, school ended, and as Spring Break began, our numbers quickly rose to an all-time high since the pandemic started, with ICU hospital beds being 100% full.

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Changes Are Beginning as Vaccines Are Being Received

by: Gary Clatterbuck

Our students go where we cannot go!

Keep praying! Thank you for giving.
Pictures above are taken in North Korea.

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God Is Our Refuge

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

The Kairos Project Brazil has been an enormous blessing! We are grateful for those who have been willing to mentor our students in their journey. Each student has two mentors besides my colleague and myself.

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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?

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

A Red Alert, a Rash, and a Rogue Rat

by: Julie Stone

The risk of contracting COVID‑19 in Cameroon was officially raised to a RED, or Level 4, status in April. This correlates to the rising numbers of cases presenting to the hospital and an isolation ward which has been at capacity for the past two months.

Continue Reading