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Update from Joel McCall March 2016

LAST DAY AT NEBBI, UGANDA In this highly dynamic conference, though there were 15 lessons taught, we got to the point in the conference where they had examined enough clear principles that it was time to apply the lessons. We broke into many groups. They met inside (see the picture), but there were groups scattered outside as well. It was encouraging to see them discuss...

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Update from Fawzy and Linda Attia March 2016

Here's what's happening!God is growing our team! Since October we have had visits from potential team members from the US, England and Australia. We have more visitors coming to look at working with us in April and May! So far this summer we will add two ladies and one family from Australia! Potentially we will have more. Most of our team members are language learners. Par...

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Update from Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - March 2016

Meisenheimers already in a summer state of mind... Sixteen years ago, Mike and I first met on a summer project with Campus Outreach in Myrtle Beach, SC. It was an 8-week oppor-tunity to live, work, and grow spiritually with 100 other college students. Even though we are much older now, the summer Leader-ship Project (as we now call it) still remains an incredible opportun...

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Update from Bobbie and Teresa LaDage - March 2016

    We often ask ourselves, "What's a meeting? What's a book? What's a conversation? What's a Skype call? What's an email?" At times being church planting catalysts seems trivial and we wonder if any of what we do is really helping further God's Kingdom, but today God used this quote from Gospel Deeps by Jared C. Wilson to encourage us. "Uneducated ...

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Report from Joel McCall in Uganda March 2016 - Part 1

MONDAYThe entire team arrived with the exception of Rick's luggage. Mind you, Rick didn't get to the hotel until around 4:00AM. So much for the romance of travel. His luggage should have arrived this evening by bus here in Nebbi. The trip to Nebbi involved 10 hours of road travel from Entebbe. We crossed the Nile, saw a lot of monkeys and baboons, passed a Rhino reserve...

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Update from Alex and Maggie Halbert - March 2016

It is hard to believe that on this date last year we were getting commissioned at Westminster Presbyterian Church, saying goodbye to friends and family, and then headed to the airport with most everything we own. This year’s theme for our family seems to have been change; change in continent, number of members in our family, number of languages we are spoken to eve...

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The Clow Communicator - Update from John and Kathy Clow Feb.2016

     February started with John being in the States. He spent his time there with a visit to his parents and 96 year old grandmother, a visit to a church in AL, and admin work in the MTW office. He was able to coordinate his time at the office with Aaron Halbert, team leader/team mate in Tegucigalpa. While in the USA, Aaron received a call from...

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BIG Announcement from Toffer and Becky King

Dear Family and Friends- We are thankful for each and every one of you being part of our lives andthank you for your love, prayers, and support. We are pleased to announcethe birth of our little Sunflower. Abigail Joy King was born at 9:58 am on3 March 2016 local time. She weighed in at 3.85 kg (8 lb. 7.5 oz.) and is52 cm long (20.5 in.) Abigail is healthy and very stro...

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