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Greetings from The Land of Dust and Sun!

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

Yes, we are in full-blown dry season. Mbingo Hill, in back of our house, has been burned as it is every year at this time to remove the dead grass (a practice that is widespread in Africa) and everything is covered with soot and Harmattan dust blown down from the Sahara Desert.

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Home Assignment Travels

by: Shan Reed

Home assignment incudes many travels. The picture to the left is often my view. Traveling from one church to another gives me the opportunity to see many parts of the country, as well as many friends and family along the way.

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Updates from Brazil

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

On December 8th, four of our seminary students became the first graduates of our Pastoral Formation course.

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Happenings in Japan

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Even while it’s chilly outside, our hearts have been full, along with our daily schedules. We had lovely family times with Noah home from college.

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The Rhythm of Ministry

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

After our crazy busy season of church services and youth events over the Christmas break, which ended with a New Year’s Eve youth program that went till 5 am, we’ve been able to get back into our normal rhythm of ministry.

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Traveling Through Home Assignment

by: Nick & Iris

After more than half of our 1-year home assignment has gone, we took a short visit to the field in December.

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Handing Over a Supervisory Role

by: Walter & Florence Grob

On January 2, 2018, at the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) headquarters in Bamenda, I handed over the supervisory role of the Director of Finance and Development to Mr. Ntam Ephraim.

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Our Move to Missouri

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

Greetings from warm Missouri! We are happy to report that our move from South Dakota to Missouri went well.

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Sannu (Hello) from dusty Ndu

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Sannu (Hello) from dusty Ndu. Hard to believe this is only our second ‘official’ newsletter from Cameroon!!

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Christmas in Japan

by: Yuri Nakano

I am thankful for the ways that God helped me to share that love with others over the past Christmas season.

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