As of this Fall, over 1,000 international students are now enrolled at Utah Valley University with nearly 40,000 students.
Paul arrived in the States and started to get our family more settled in leading him to the point when he could start church visits.
The country is in a time of major change. There are many questions that come to mind as we read news accounts from that region of the world.
It is Thanksgiving offering time in the Cameroon Baptist Churches. In Mbingo we have had these special offerings for the past six weeks.
For the first time this semester the Seminary is transmitting its classes via a software called Zoom!
Praise the Lord! Since our visitation to a minority ethnic group in June, our Father touches the hearts of entire congregation to respond to great needs.
We relate to the lyrics of the 1976 Steve Miller Band song, Fly Like an Eagle, “Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin, into the future.”
Over 3 months ago, the Palliative Care nurses brought to our attention a young man by the name of Frederick
NAB international missions continues to pursue two goals; send missionaries on behalf of our churches, and equip churches for international partnerships.
As I prepare to travel back to Zambia in two short weeks, I want to share a few ministry updates by way of EOH’s most recent newsletter.