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The Ochs Family - November 2018

Just a month ago marked the fifth anniversary of our first time in Ghana. I honestly can not believe that is has been five years since we stepped foot into a country that would become such a huge piece of our hearts and lives. Of course, celebrating a big number like this always makes me reminisce and look back over my journal of what sixteen-year-old Bekah was feel...

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George and Kathy Schultz - November 2018

Celebration!In late November we will be celebrating the 20th year anniversary of our CIT Partnership! 18 mission agencies have partnered together to provide excellent pre-field missionary training. We will be hosting our annual Partner meeting here on campus Nov. 26-28 to do business and to celebrate! This Partnership of agencies working together has been a great success! ...

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Thomas and Jennifer McIntyre - November 2018

Dear prayer supporters, These are exciting times as our church grows faster than we can handle. Last week we had over 40 people in attendance for Sunday worship, including some new seekers. One non-Christian man was asked when he became interested in Christianity, and he said, "when I was in jail!" Another was asked why he was interested, and he said "I'm tired of getti...

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Joel McCall - Nov. 5, 2018

UPDATE: NEBBI God has been answering your prayers! He moved this past week in a way that has brought glory to Him alone!We taught 137 pastors and leaders with 30 denominations involved. Imagine the impact God has given us to a wide diversity of regions and churches! The team was in agreement. From day one, the pastors were on time. They were hungry to learn God's Word ...

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Andrew and Julie Halbert - October 2018

Closer to Home The last couple of months have been a blur! We spent about five weeks on the road between August and September that took us from Knoxville to San Antonio then to Richmond and Orlando and finally back to Knoxville. The purpose of our trips was a mix between business and personal - the first two weeks were support related, our trip to Virginia was to say ...

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Joel McCall - October 26, 2018

LEAVING TODAY FOR NORTHERN UGANDA - 3 days of travel to begin conferences on Romans 11-16 Update: Praising God for His Love and Provision God has answered your prayers and partnership response by providing all that was needed! I want to thank each of you for your gracious gifts and prayers in making this trip happen. As I leave today, my heart is full of joy for the o...

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Marc and Denise Atchley - October 2018

Coffee Talk With Marc Denise Atchley The Gospel and The Marketplace (Part 2) Missional is "ordinary people doing ordinary things with Gospel intentionality." - Giotis Kantartzis Undeniably, it is the Holy Spirit who causes a person to be born again (Jn 3:3-8) ... who breathes life into dead bones (Ezek 37:1-14). And yet the Church is still given the mandate -- the G...

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Bobby and Teresa LaDage - October 2018

CLICK HEREto see the latest newsletter from Bobby and Teresa LaDage with United World Mission in Berlin....

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Mike and Carrie Meisenheimer - October 2018

Guys' Retreat Over 130 guys hung out on a Friday night in late September for smoked BBQ, cornhole, spikeball, ultimate frisbee, and lots of games before heading to the woods for some paintball on Saturday morning. This overnighter included a number of intentional spiritual conversations where older students and staff were able to share what the gospel is about and what Go...

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Joel McCall - October 13, 2018

UPDATE: Leaving in Two Weeks for Nebbi and Jinja. Thank you for your partnership and many prayers. Our team is preparing to teach the second half of Romans and opportunities have been opening for the team. I have been emailing George Byabagambi (picture above) to finalize some plans to once again bring 5 pastors from Adjumani (on the border of South Sudan). The civil wa...

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