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Government Shifts

by: Walter & Florence Grob

The Government has pervasively appointed French magistrates, familiar rather with a French Civil Law system, to preside in these English Common Law courts.

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First Time for Everything

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

We spent the first couple of weeks getting them settled into the old parsonage house and running all around Romania looking for house furnishing things.

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Twas the Season

by: Randy Schmor

Well, I knew that this past December and January were setting themselves up to be a busy season and they were, just not entirely in the way I was expecting.

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Asian New Year

by: Bud Fuchs

A big event that many international students attend is the Asian New Year Party. We hosted our own and also attended the UVU Party a few nights later.

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Home Assignment Travels

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Continue to pray for future Church visits: good fellowship and communications along with travel safety.

 

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Mbingo in 2016

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

Work in Mbingo continues at a strong pace despite recent strikes in the country which inhibit public transportation and business activity on some days.

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Church Ministry in Japan

by: Yuri Nakano

The Kongo Bible Church tripled it’s usual attendance on Christmas day and the place was packed! This year we targeted the grandchildren of the members.

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Celebrations and Visits

by: Nick & Iris

With your fervent prayers, three celebration events were fruitfully held. We praise the Lord that He brought many non-believers to join events.

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Work at Mbingo

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

We continue to be grateful to God for the opportunity to continue to work at Mbingo and to be a part of the amazing things that are happening here.

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A Time to Pray

by: Gary Clatterbuck

IT’S TIME TO PRAY!!! We are both concerned and encouraged, all at the same time. Right now many things are happening.

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