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Andrew Attia - July 2018

Hope is Rising Hey Everyone! I hope this reaches you and you are well! It's the summer and everyone is out and about. Its a season of fun but, also some needed rest. After a very full spring semester I have been able to rest and recover by spending time with God, family, and friends. The trip I made in May was an encouragement and wonderful opportunity to get to see ...

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Andrew and Julie Halbert - July 2018

Ministry Update - REFIT REFIT has been trialling REV+FLOW classes for over a year in their home studio and online as a compliment to their regular classes. After many inquiries and a long wait REFIT instructors were given the opportunity to submit an application and audition video this June. We are happy to share with you that Julie was one of the 130 instructors acce...

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George and Kathy Schultz - July 2018

Transition for Kathy Kathy has finished her full-time teaching here at CIT with the completion of this first summer training term. She has been feeling for some time that it is time for her to step back from this teaching position. We have been looking and praying for a replacement for her teen class and now God has provided a very capable person to fill this role! It i...

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Steve and Carol Lehman - July 2018

Click herefor update from Steve and Carol Lehman - Mission Aviation Fellowship...

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Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - July 2018

from Mike and Carrie, Campus Outreach So what do a snake, a shark, a staph infection, and a staff team have in common? The Meisenheimer's had encounters with all of them in the last week :) The LP (Leadership Project) is done and God worked mightily but not without a few surprises and unexpected events in the last week. Praise God we are all ok but yes there was a copperh...

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Bekah Ochs - July 2018

Today I had to sit down and write my first blog for NMSI since being back in America. Sitting down to write a blog after two weeks in an office is a little daunting. We spent the last month traveling 17,434 miles to Africa and back, and now our daily walk to the office is about forty feet. Then as I think about these two weeks, I realize that the adventures have still ...

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John and Kathy Clow - July 2018

The Clow Communicator - May/June 2018 Know therefore that the LORD your God is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love Him and keep His commandments, to a thousand generations. Deuteronomy 7:9 ESV Summer Interns are a blessing! Over the last 15 years we have had a LOT of summer interns. I am blessed that there are still quite a few...

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Joel McCall - July 12, 2018

LEAVING ON FRIDAY FOR A MONTH IN EAST AFRICA! I will be meeting the first team in Rwanda as we all arrive there on Saturday. God has indeed blessed with all the needed provisions for teaching over 500 pastors touching more than four nations. Even before I arrive in Uganda for the last two weeks, I am now being consulted about a group of pastors planning to attend all t...

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Thomas and Jennifer McIntyre - July 2018

CLICK HERE for the latest update from the McIntyres. ...

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Dan and Susan Steere - July 9, 2018

It was an inauspicious beginning for the week: only three students showed up for class on Monday. As I taught, I battled a bit of discouragement. But God had his own plans. The following day, we had nine attending and maintained that number through the remainder of the class. It turned out that Monday was a national holiday in Ghana Republic Day and we had not been aware...

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