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

 

BARDIN NEWSLETTER

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

We write you today while under a “Stay-at-home” order in Nashville, Tennessee. We are sure that many of you are in the same situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are nearing the end of a planned four-and-a-half-month furlough.

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A season of preparation

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

Hello! We are the Bergman family and have recently been appointed by the NAB as missionaries in Romania. We have spent many months discerning and taking steps to get to where we are today!

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Back to Banso

by: Julie Stone

At the beginning of January, I had the privilege of returning to my old “stomping ground” of 27 years. Following an 18-month absence, it was finally possible to greet the staff of Banso Baptist Hospital and work there once again.

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EXTENDED HOME ASSIGNMENT

by: Yuri Nakano

On April 1, I was fooled! My suitcases were packed and ready to leave Edmonton to go back to Japan early next morning. I got a message from my sister saying she saw an announcement from a Japan Travel Agency and that I should check it out.

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Gewɗum ɗon

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Gewɗum ɗon. This little phrase literally means something like “sadness is” – the sadness being the emotion of missing someone you love. Sonya and I have just this past week – Friday, May 1 – landed in Edmonton, Alberta, after close to four weeks of travelling, packing, and saying goodbye to various groups of people.

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BEFORE AND AFTER

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

We pray that all of you are holding strong in light of the chaos that has taken over the world in the past months.

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COVID-19 – EPIDEMIC OF OPPORTUNITY FOR HFC

by: Geoff Hartt

While many churches have struggled to find a new rhythm with the restrictions of this epidemic, the HFC churches in Argentina have embraced new opportunities for ministry.

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A time of preparation

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

It is a privilege to share with you all what God is doing in this time of sequestering and preparation for His call to Japan.

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SPRING CONNECTIONS

by: Bud Fuchs

The catalclysmic changes that have happened this year and the effect it has had upon anyone in ministry is mind boggling.

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PATIENT CARE IN THE ERA OF COVID-19

by: Julie Stone

As mentioned in a previous newsletter, I’ve now relocated to Mbingo Baptist Hospital for the purpose of helping with the Internal Medicine Residency being conducted here. On March 12, responsibility for the program was formally handed to me.

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The Gaudios are heading to Japan!

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

The Gaudios are heading to Japan!

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Rest and Renewal

by: Yuri Nakano

God started my 2020 year with the theme of prayer. It started with being asked to give a message on the topic of corporate prayer at the first worship service of the year at Edmonton Christian Community Church.

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Back to Banso

by: Julie Stone

At the beginning of January, I had the privilege of returning to my old “stomping ground” of 27 years. Following an 18-month absence, it was finally possible to greet the staff of Banso Baptist Hospital and work there once again.

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EXTENDED HOME ASSIGNMENT

by: Yuri Nakano

On April 1, I was fooled! My suitcases were packed and ready to leave Edmonton to go back to Japan early next morning. I got a message from my sister saying she saw an announcement from a Japan Travel Agency and that I should check it out.

Continue Reading

Gewɗum ɗon

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Gewɗum ɗon. This little phrase literally means something like “sadness is” – the sadness being the emotion of missing someone you love. Sonya and I have just this past week – Friday, May 1 – landed in Edmonton, Alberta, after close to four weeks of travelling, packing, and saying goodbye to various groups of people.

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CBC Crisis Relief Fund Update

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

In Matthew 25, Jesus tells the parable of the sheep and the goats. He states that when His followers feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, welcome the stranger, cloth the naked, care for the sick, and look after the prisoner, they are performing these deeds to Christ Himself.

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BEFORE AND AFTER

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

We pray that all of you are holding strong in light of the chaos that has taken over the world in the past months.

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COOPERATING IN GOD’S MISSION

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

While the NAB may be the parent mission to the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) since handing over leadership and administration in 1974, a number of other mission organizations have joined…

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COVID-19 – EPIDEMIC OF OPPORTUNITY FOR HFC

by: Geoff Hartt

While many churches have struggled to find a new rhythm with the restrictions of this epidemic, the HFC churches in Argentina have embraced new opportunities for ministry.

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A time of preparation

by: Raffaele and Sylvia Gaudio

It is a privilege to share with you all what God is doing in this time of sequestering and preparation for His call to Japan.

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SPRING CONNECTIONS

by: Bud Fuchs

The catalclysmic changes that have happened this year and the effect it has had upon anyone in ministry is mind boggling.

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A new school year

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

As our new school year got off to a start at the seminary at the beginning of March, suddenly we were notified that the building we meet in would be closing indefinitely and social distancing, which rapidly turned into self-isolation for the majority of us, would be put into practice.

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MMMM . . . IT’S MANGO SEASON!

by: Walter & Florence Grob

Mmmmm . . . I love mangoes. One obvious benefit of living in the tropics is the ready availability of tropical fruit. This is the best time of the year when mangoes are ripening.

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