Voices from the Field


Heading Back to The Field

by: Kristi TenClay

Theoretically, the final weeks or months before departing for the field are filled with preparations, packing, goodbyes, etc.

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Continued Tensions in Cameroon

by: Craig & Maureen Moody

Unfortunately, the situation in the country continues unchanged except for the restoration of the internet. We ask your continued prayers for Cameroon.

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Miracle Visas

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

God has performed a miracle! We received our FIVE-year visas. We have been told this never happens as it is customary you get a one-year visa and then may apply for a five-year visa once your first one expires. We truly serve a great GOD! Thank you for your prayers.

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Reflecting and Moving Forward

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

Reflecting over the past ten months we can say in summary that they were good, full and at times refreshing.

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Good News from Boldog

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

The Hungarian word for “happy” is “boldog.” You joined us in prayer for the evangelistic meetings in the Roma community of Boldog last September.

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The Gospel at Komyo Church

by: Shan Reed

What an exciting spring we have had at Komyo Church! God is at work. In March we welcomed gospel singer Kaori Mukahi to our Live Gospel Café.

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Hospital Activity

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

It seems that the pace of activities here at the hospital continues to increase. During the past ten days, we have had visits from an inspection team .

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National Congregation Highlights

by: Nick & Iris

This year we have been preparing the transition of ministries for our home assignment. Here are some highlights of ministries in the national congregation.

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Seekers at Heijo Church

by: Yuri Nakano

The “living hope” that is found in a relationship with Christ was the theme of the Easter message that was given at the Heijo church this year.

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A Season of Training

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

We have come to Palmer Lake in order to attend a four-week training program at Mission Training Institute.

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