Voices from the Field


Trusting God

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Our COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, and at this time they are higher than in April when the State of Emergency was announced. Still, the Japanese government is not taking any active part in helping to make decisions by establishing any safety protocols.

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Kairos Project in Brazil

by: Lyndell Campbell-Requia

As I write this, the Kairos Project from Sioux Falls Seminary is being launched in Brazil! If you would like to check out our website designed by my colleague, Marci Jones, you can find it at the following address: www.kairosbrasil.org.

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The Provision of the Lord

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

Hello friends and family! We are excited to share our ministry update with you! We hope to give you a glimpse on how mission preparations are going, share about the Lord’s faithful provision, and give you an update on what’s been going on this summer at Camp Falcon Rock.

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“Safe at Last”

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

As it says in one of our granddaughter’s favorite songs, “Baby Shark,” we are safe at last. We have arrived and all is well!

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by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

During the past three years, we’ve gained a new appreciation for the word shalom. In the midst of ongoing civil war, and a pandemic added to the mix, we, and the people around us, long for God’s shalom. Shalom is usually translated with one English word, peace (or one French word, paix). While peace is a beautiful thing, the Hebrew word shalom encompasses something more rich and full – wholeness, completeness, well-being, tranquility, prosperity, and security

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