Voices from the Field

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

 

New Season

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

Thank you for all your prayers, care, and messages for us in light of all that is happening here in Eastern Europe, and specifically in Ukraine. We apologize that our response time has been slow to those who have reached out – we have been trying to get a handle on the situation.

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Depending on One Another

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

If you’ve been reading our newsletter over the past five years, you know that the ongoing war in the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon continues to negatively impact the church and society.

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Reflections

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

Happy spring! We hope you are all enjoying some time outside these days. We are certainly enjoying the warmer weather and the beautiful spring landscape here in Romania.

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G*d Never Stops Working

by: Nick & Iris

Lunar New Year is the most important festival of the nation. In tradition, people return to their hometowns from working places hundreds or thousands of miles away and celebrate with family members and beloved ones.

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Signs of Living Hope

by: Yuri Nakano

There is much surrounding us that can cause us to get disheartened, but we also have a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus. I was reminded of that through the Lent and Easter season.

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Our Many Travels

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

As I started writing this, we were in Nigeria in the Mission House in Gembu. I had been in Nigeria for a month, and Sonya joined me Palm Sunday.

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Easter at the Plaza

by: Shan Reed

Spring in Japan is full of flowers and new life. I love watching as one tree after another, one bush after another, declares the beauty of our Creator.

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Privileged to Preach the Gospel

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

The worldwide COVID plague is hardly over, and our attention is now forcibly switched to the wars and rumors of wars in Europe. It is so comforting that our Lord Jesus told us to “see to it that you are not alarmed.

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Leaning into What’s Next

by: Kristi TenClay

What a difference a year makes! This year of home assignment has been a tremendous time of healing and restoration, and as I have shared with multiple groups lately, I am thankful for the journey of the past few years despite its many challenges…

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Debriefing and Renewal

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

We are hopeful that spring is just around the corner.

We have been busy visiting our supporting churches. It was so great to meet the people who have supported, prayed for, and cared for us over the last five years.

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Rediscovering Home

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

This spring we had the privilege of connecting with many partnering churches. Our travels brought us through four time zones and all kinds of weather, ranging from hot sun to blowing snow. One travel day we got both of those conditions within a span of a few hours!

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2022 Spring Connections

by: Bud Fuchs

You prayed, and the Lord answered for an NAB church plant here in Utah. Our prayer is that this is the beginning of many more in this needy place. In Utah County, there is one evangelical church to 40,000 people. We recently visited a supporting church in a small town of 1,000 that had nine evangelical churches. There are some counties here in Utah where there is only one evangelical church.

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Mexico – at the Heart of NAB Gateway

by: Randy Schmor

Mexico represents a very special place in the Schmor family’s heart, especially in relation to our work in international missions through the years. Let me explain a bit more. . .

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Archive

G*d Never Stops Working

by: Nick & Iris

Lunar New Year is the most important festival of the nation. In tradition, people return to their hometowns from working places hundreds or thousands of miles away and celebrate with family members and beloved ones.

Continue Reading

Signs of Living Hope

by: Yuri Nakano

There is much surrounding us that can cause us to get disheartened, but we also have a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus. I was reminded of that through the Lent and Easter season.

Continue Reading

Building Foundations

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

Part of most missionaries’ job description (eventually) includes recruiting/training qualified persons to take over what we are doing.

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Our Many Travels

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

As I started writing this, we were in Nigeria in the Mission House in Gembu. I had been in Nigeria for a month, and Sonya joined me Palm Sunday.

Continue Reading

Easter at the Plaza

by: Shan Reed

Spring in Japan is full of flowers and new life. I love watching as one tree after another, one bush after another, declares the beauty of our Creator.

Continue Reading

Privileged to Preach the Gospel

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

The worldwide COVID plague is hardly over, and our attention is now forcibly switched to the wars and rumors of wars in Europe. It is so comforting that our Lord Jesus told us to “see to it that you are not alarmed.

Continue Reading

Leaning into What’s Next

by: Kristi TenClay

What a difference a year makes! This year of home assignment has been a tremendous time of healing and restoration, and as I have shared with multiple groups lately, I am thankful for the journey of the past few years despite its many challenges…

Continue Reading

Debriefing and Renewal

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

We are hopeful that spring is just around the corner.

We have been busy visiting our supporting churches. It was so great to meet the people who have supported, prayed for, and cared for us over the last five years.

Continue Reading

Rediscovering Home

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

This spring we had the privilege of connecting with many partnering churches. Our travels brought us through four time zones and all kinds of weather, ranging from hot sun to blowing snow. One travel day we got both of those conditions within a span of a few hours!

Continue Reading

Depending on One Another

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

If you’ve been reading our newsletter over the past five years, you know that the ongoing war in the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon continues to negatively impact the church and society.

Continue Reading