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Update from Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - Nov.2016

Happy Thanksgiving friends!We continue to be so thankful for the work God is doing in and around us through the ministry of Campus Outreach. We honestly feel so privileged to be involved and watch God work! Thank YOU for being a valuable part in making it possible for us through your prayers and faithful gifts. One thing we love about our job is investing in our staff men ...

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Update from Dan and Susan Steere - Nov.2016

“Have you ever eaten llama?” My new friends at Iglesia Biblica Monte de Sion (Mount Zion Bible Church) wanted to take me out to celebrate my week in Bolivia. And since Cochabamba is considered the “gastronomical capital” of the country, I had been enjoying the food – both familiar and unfamiliar – all week. So, after Chicharron de Chanch...

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Update from George and Kathy Schultz - Nov. 2016

Youth Intercultural Training “We think of our time down at CIT often. Our children brought their CIT binders along, and oh, how they have helped our kids remember steps along our journey and to transition to life here (we're almost fully settled in). Thank you for all you do to pour into so many children's lives! You truly are making a difference!” The above ...

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Update from Tammy Murden - November 2016

This month God has provide abundantly for our NavMissions office by giving us a brand new office space (see picture). We had a pipe burst in early Oct and flood our entire floor. The result is that we got to re-design our International Mobilization work space to make it more inviting as well as to facilitate our growing mobilization team. This week we had an open house for...

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Update from Alex and Maggie Halbert - November 2916

Greetings from the Halbert family! We pray you are doing well and hope you enjoy our most recent update.Family UpdateIn our last update we asked you to pray about the visits of both Maggie’s and Alex’s parents. We are grateful for you prayers. Both families were able to make the long journey smoothy and jump right into getting to know their grandkids face to fa...

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Update from Bobby and Teresa LaDage Nov.2016

Not all training takes place in formal meetings.Sometimes it is walking down the street, other times it's drinking coffee in a cafe, or talking on Skype. God has given us many opportunities to spread the vision for starting new churches and encouraging men and women who are taking part in planting these churches. As catalysts we spend a lot of time networking and asking ...

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Update from Dan and Susan Steer - November 2016

Bolivian Ministry OpportunityReturning to the Land of My Father's Birth When I entered the ministry many years ago, I promised the Lord I would go wherever He sent me. Unexpectedly, He is sending me to Bolivia! I am fascinated by this providential opportunity because I will be returning to the very country and region where my grandparents served as missionaries. Jason an...

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Update from John and Kathy Clow - Sept. 2016

Travelings Gone Travelings ComingSeptember started in a trip for just the two of us! We attended a Central America Team Leader and Wife MTW Retreat. It was a time of connecting with other team leaders as well as spiritual renewal. We are SUPER thankful for our team back in La Ceiba who not only held down the fort with ministry, but also with our kids for the days we were g...

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Update from Jim and Barbara McNamee - October 2016

Young Life Euskadi team:  Jim, Barbara, Nekane  After spending the month of September in San Sebastian, we have found the Basque Country very rich in culture, with a language that many have said is almost impossible to learn and traditions that date back centuries! After interacting with the few Basque Christians in the region, it is evident that the percentage ...

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Update from Dan and Susan Steere - September 2016

26 pastors and a rented busNo, it’s not the tagline for a joke; it’s an example of the power of the gospel. Last week, a number of the Shiloh students went to Archbishop Addae to proclaim they had trusted in Christ as their Savior. They were serving in a church and studying in a Bible school, but realized they were not believers! The gospel of God’s grace...

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