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Travis and Tish Morin - October 2017

ROATAN DUMP MINISTRY FUNDRAISER This year we have over 120 applications from our families at the dump who would desparately like to send their kids to school. This is over 40 kids more than last year but they and we are trusting God to provide for them. We have had almost 100% participation throughout the year and we check report cards and attendance regularly. School i...

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Joel McCall - October 2017

Busy Fall Preparing for Uganda in January PREPARING FOR A NEW YEAR OF TRAINING IN EAST AFRICAI again want to thank you all for your prayers and partnership with leaders in East Africa. Planning has already begun for 2 significant trips in early 2018. UGANDA IN JANUARY: BIBLICAL DISCIPLE-MAKINGGod has opened the door in Mbale, Uganda for a new Christain university. This...

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Bobby and Teresa LaDage - October 2017

The LaDage Update "...let us fun with perseverance the race marked out for us. Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfector of our faith..." Hebrews 12:1-2 We were in the US for meetings in September when Bobby turned 60. Even though we had a great night of fun with family it was bittersweet because we had to leave the next morning. I keep wondering if ever sa...

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TEACHER NEEDED - Thomas and Jennifer Su McIntyre - Sept.2017

See video here for teacher need! Dear Prayer Supporters, We only have 2 months left to find a teacher for the satellite school to teach missionary children. If one is not found, our team risks having to completely abandon our church planting efforts here. Even if the person could only come for a year or two it would give us timeto find a more permanent teacher. It is ...

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Fawzy and Linda Attia - October 2017

It's Harvest Time! Every year our harvest time is marked not by the change in the color of the leaves, but by the arrival of the first rain of the season! Today we had a forecast for dust all day. Much to our delight the Lord chose to surprise us with the first rain of the season! It has been 6 months since we have had rain. I even saw a little girl in front of a kin...

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Dan and Susan Steere - October 2017

This year's trip to Bolivia started out as a challenge: my Delta flight out of Chattanooga was delayed due to mechanical issues, so I missed the flight from Atlanta to Buenos Aires. The Delta leg was easily resolved; however, my connecting flight on Boliviana de Aviacion (BoA) was impossible to change from the US. So, while I was delayed a day, friends in Bolivia dealt w...

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Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - October 2017

Fall Retreats After our staff have met hundreds of new and returning students during the first few weeks of the semester, we hold our men's and women's fall retreats. The aim is to deepen trust and build relationships through a shared experience with many of our new contacts. What better way to deepen trust than by joining a bunch of guys in the woods to share a few body ...

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Marc and Denise Atchley - September 2017

Coffee Talk With Marc Denise Atchley You may recall that when Denise was born her parents were missionaries serving with TEAM in Peru. We recently asked for a copy of one of their prayer cards, and what they were able to find is shown above. It is a brochure from TEAM featuring the Samworths (right photo, upper left corner) and several other missionary c...

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Dan and Susan Steere - September 1, 2017

We praise God for the planned and unplanned opportunities that we had this week to speak of and teach God's Word. Since we return to the same places regularly, people come to know us as pastors and often open up with their spiritual questions. Invariably, we have the blessing of applying God's truth to their situations. Providential Conversations Opportunities inside a...

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Dan and Susan Steere - September 20, 2017

Hospitality and Relationships Food, Fellowship, and New Friends This just-completed trip to Ghana was very fruitful for both the MINTS classes and the conferences taught. We thank God for the privilege to teach His truth to those who are eager to learn! Our second week of ministry was unusual both in the teaching opportunities and in the broad audience in attendance....

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