Voices from the Field


Stories of Provision & Opportunity

by: Jason & Erin Bergman

Happy fall! We hope you are enjoying the changing of colors from summer to autumn. It is truly breathtaking up here in the hills of Sinteu.

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The Goodness of God

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

Some moments that I wake up, I have to think for a bit about where I actually am – different cities, homes, beds, time zones can get a bit disorienting at times.

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Being Present

by: Claire Marker

Isn’t it super comforting to know that Jesus is with us always, and “to the very end of the age”!

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Reporting to Senders

by: Walter & Florence Grob

When Barnabas and Paul returned from their missionary journey (Acts 13–14) to their sending church in Antioch, they reported on how their sharing of the Good News went.

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A New Direction

by: Nick & Iris Hung

In the past quarter, we are thankful for organizing some activities during Mid-Autumn Festival and National Week.

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Onward and Upward

by: Rick & Debbie Bardin

We hope this finds you well and rejoicing in Jesus. Here’s a quick update of what’s happening here at Mbingo Baptist Hospital.

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The “Just-a-Seck” Times: November 2023

by: Ron & Jeannie Seck

Today, as I sit writing this letter in the MEK Hungary office in Hatvan, it is All Saints Day, a holiday here in Hungary. On this day, many Hungarians visit the graves of their family ancestors.

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Spring Showers

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

Brandon once wrote a book about baptism called Waters of Promise, and in it he recalled all the things water can do, including how it can cleanse, refresh, drown, and sometimes even overwhelm.

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New Works

by: Geoff Hartt

In September, we took a team from a Christ-centered recovery ministry called Most Excellent Way to Argentina and Brazil.

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Fruitful Fall

by: Paul & Tanya Gericke

It is fall, which means school year ministries have begun! There was a little break between summer camp ministry and fall kickoff, but not much.

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