Voices from the Field


Winter 2020

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

This past December, we held our second graduation for the Pastoral Formation program. We also had the privilege to host visiting professors with us twice during this second semestre.

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Rest and Renewal

by: Yuri Nakano

God started my 2020 year with the theme of prayer. It started with being asked to give a message on the topic of corporate prayer at the first worship service of the year at Edmonton Christian Community Church.

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In His Hands

by: Nick & Iris

Greetings in the Lord! Because of YOUR pr*yers, we have moved and settled down in another province on the field last November.

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by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

We pray you are having a blessed beginning to this new year of 2020. We began the new year in Canada but have since returned to Romania and things have been busy!

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Back to Banso

by: Julie Stone

At the beginning of January, I had the privilege of returning to my old “stomping ground” of 27 years. Following an 18-month absence, it was finally possible to greet the staff of Banso Baptist Hospital and work there once again.

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The Just-A-Seck Times

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

The purpose is to introduce this dedicated and delightful couple to as many NAB churches as possible.

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Different Seasons

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

It is hard to believe that 2020 is upon us. We have now been on the field for 15 months.

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Shan in Japan

by: Shan Reed

Greetings from Japan! Thank you for being part of what God is doing here. We have had an exciting and full three months since my last newsletter

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Becoming Established

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

For the last two months as our lives were somewhat turned upside down, I experienced many reminders of God’s faithfulness and care for us.

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His Timing

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

Have you ever got to a spot in your life and were faced with a decision and went for it, only to have God say, “Whoa here, let’s wait a bit.”

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