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Traveling is Simply Part and Parcel

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Traveling is simply part and parcel of the ministry here. Visitation is a huge aspect of Fu*ɓe life, and is the best way to bring teaching, encouragement…

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One Step Ahead

by: Elsie Lewandowski

I could teach that,” I jokingly told Kristi TenClay. As the new interim director of Rain Forest Christian Academy (RFIS), she had just…

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Encouragement from Prayer Supporters

by: Yuri Nakano

It continues to be a joy to visit supporting churches across Canada. It is good to see familiar faces and also new ones when I visit churches and share…

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A New Season

by: Nick & Iris

Further to the situation mentioned in our previous letter, we made a very difficult decision that we have to move ministry base…

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Like Bees Going to Palm Wine

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

“When I arrived at the [Mbingo Baptist] hospital that evening, the security people [at reception] came to help me immediately, like bees going to palm wine,” a patient explained to me. Tom continued to tell me…

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The Goodness of God

by: Shan Reed

September was filled with celebrations! One exciting celebration was Hiyori’s baptism! We have seen the goodness of God in Hiyori’s life as she has grown in her faith in Jesus.

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Formation and Renewal

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

In October, we had the privilege of hosting Kent Carlson, NAB Vice President of Leadership Formation. The purpose of Kent’s visit was twofold…

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The Just-A-Seck Times

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

Years ago, when Pastor Petr was leading a revival, more than 100 Roma from nearby villages met under a tent for church. That was not sustainable, especially in winter.

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Amputee Soccer – A Means of Hope

by: Walter & Florence Grob

As I was waiting for my chance to get on the field, I ended up standing by a young man who had a leg amputated. The two of us started conversing.

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Relief from Addiction

by: Julie Stone

After returning to Cameroon in September, I spent the better part of a month working in Mboppi Baptist Hospital located in the urban center of Douala. While there, I was asked to see Elmer – a 38 year old Cameroonian male who was admitted for problems related to drug addiction.

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