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Phillip and Joy Kirkland - February 2017

Back in Greece!Hi friends! It’s been a whirlwind couple of months, but we are so thankful to be back in Greece and back to the ministries that God has given us with our Gospel partners here. Right now we are thanking God for…  …YOU! A huge thank you to many of you who hosted us, fed us, prayed with us, loved us, and listened to us during ou...

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Toffer and Becky King - February 2017

Greetings from Asia! The bulk of the celebration from the Chinese New Year holiday has now passed and I wanted to update you all on the work going on in the region. God has opened some doors to possible involvement in a couple of new countries. Pray for wisdom as we seek the right way to be involved. In a meeting recently we were talking about issue impacting the spread ...

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Update from Joel McCall and Dave Forbes - Feb.7, 2017

CELEBRATING ROMANS IN THE DRC The first week on the border was exactly what we asked God to perform in the week of training. Our team was overwhelmed with the intensity of interest, the perceptiveness of questions, especially the hunger to take God's Word back to their people. Each time they taught the lesson back in summary before us, it was impressive to see the detail ...

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Andrew and Julie Halbert - February 2017

  Ana and Bryan Start SchoolOn Tuesday Ann Renee and Bryan will start school. This will be their first real experience with school and our first experience leaving them there. Needless to say, we are all a little anxious/excited about the change. Ann Renee will be starting 1st grade while Bryan will be in Kindergarten. We were encouraged to meet their teachers this...

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Dan and Susan Steere - February 2017

Dan and Susan Steere - Equipping Leaders International Archbishop Addae hosted us for lunch as Ray and I taught this past week. Each day, we sat down to a massive plate of Indomie, a Ghanaian delicacy: Start with a big pile of cooked ramen noodles and mix in bits of onion, green pepper, mystery greens, scrambled egg and sardines. Add some hot spices and top it off with se...

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Update from Joel McCall from DRC - Feb.1, 2017

FEB 1, 2017 The Lord answered prayer by bringing everyone in to Kigali, Rwanda on time with their luggage on Sat and early Sunday morning. We left for a 6 hr trip by vehicle to the border of the DRCongo and began a five day Romans course on Monday.Dave Forbes, Matt Bradley and Joel McCall have been teaching and the Lord has been moving. We have a session of instruction, f...

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Update from Dan and Susan Steere - January 2017

I have just left for three weeks of teaching in Ghana. God has graciously provided the necessary teachers and we are all excited to go! Due to the schedules of those involved, the team will actually arrive in two waves. 4 MINTS Classes and More...We Hope to See Some Students Graduate This March We had to get a bit creative in order to schedule the staffing for ...

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Update from Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - January 30, 2017

  Our CO Raleigh Resource Team   If I asked you what are the top 3 environments or experiences that have influenced your growth as a Christian the most, what would make your list? Maybe regular worship, Bible study, a discipling/mentoring relationship, or a mission trip would come to mind. But what about training in how to do and how to pass on a s...

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Update from John and Kathy Clow - January 2017

The Clow Communicator  -  January 2017 Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. - Colossians 3:12 CONSTRUCTION IS BACK UP AND RUNNING!!! Through very generous end of the year donations, we are able to return to the completion of the clinic, Bible Institute and mis...

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Update from Aaron and Rachel Halbert - January 2017

Dear Christ Covenant Family and Friends,It truly has been an exciting start to the New Year! There is much we would like to share and we pray it will be an encouragement to you. We want to start by thanking you for your continued prayers for the work here in Tegucigalpa. We truly are blessed to have so many folks crying out to our Father on behalf of us and the work here i...

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