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Jim and Barbara McNamee - Oct 2019

Grace and peace to you. We always thank God for all of you, making mention of you in our prayers and continually recalling before our God and Father your work of faith, your labor of love, and your enduring hope in our Lord Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 1:1-3 We are thankful for YOU, our friends and supporters! The Apostle Paul modeled for us when he often opened his book...

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Philip and Joy Kirkland - Oct 2019

Here we go! The church plant is launching! After much work in building relationships and developing our small groups, the Greek Intercultural Church is ready to launch with its first worship service next Sunday evening, October 20th! Philip will be preaching (in Greek), and the whole family will be involved in leading and helping in some way. We will meet for worship on...

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Bobby and Teresa LaDage - Oct 2019

Dear Family Friends, Many tears and prayers describe what has been going on with us since I wrote our last newsletter. The process of trying to get a visa to the UK has been arduous and frustrating! Of all the countries where we have lived, we have never experienced such difficulties in getting a visa! During the three month wait, we lost the apartment we were renting in...

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Greece Mission Trip - Oct 2019

On October 4th, 5 of our church family went to visit our church partner in Athens Greece. Many of you know that Christ Covenant is partnering with the First Evangelical Church of Athens in their church planting efforts. They have already started three self-sustaining churches in the last several years and two of those churches are starting another church. The most recent...

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Joel McCall - Oct 3, 2019

JINJA Merle Stoltzfus and I completed 4 days of the conference in Jinja. The Lord moved in a thrilling way through the week and it was obvious that your prayers brought great blessing to the pastors. They came from a broad area, one travelled over a two day period to get to us. The conference is due to the vision of Good Shepherd's Fold to encourage and train pastors thro...

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Alex and Maggie Halbert - September 2019

Dear Christ Covenant,We are continually grateful for each of you and how the Lord uses you to encourage and support our family.We write to you today with some both exciting and sad news. Over the past several months, it has become apparent that our time here in South Africa with East Mountain and United World Mission is coming to a close. We are grateful for the time the L...

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Thomas and Jennifer Su McIntyre - Sept.2019

Dear prayer supporters, Just in the past week, I've had contact with at least 6 people who are experiencing serious levels of Satanic attack or oppression. We've mostly tried to deal with these people through a counseling/psychological standpoint but are realizing that only prayercan truly free these people and their families from bondage. Here are some examples to pray ...

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Marc and Denise Atchley - September 2019

Coffee Talk With Marc Denise Atchley THE CHRISTIAN IN THE MARKETPLACE AND IN THE WORLD (Part 1) MISSIONAL can be defined as "ordinary people doing ordinary things with Gospel intentionality." Pastor Giotis Kantartzis, First Greek Evangelical Church (Athens, Greece) In 2015, Marc was asked to teach a Sunday school class at our church for a summer term. It was suggest...

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Andrew and Julie Halbert - Sept 15, 2019

Julie's RecoveryGreetings from Costa Rica! Thank you all for your prayers for Julie. Her surgery went very well and her recovery has also gone well. She has been limited in what she can do for the last month but yesterday the doctor gave her the "all clear." Before her surgery, Julie would wake up during the night with pain, tingling and numbness in her hand. She also d...

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Joel McCall - September 2019

Great progress is being made on the Rwanda school project. We have a team of leaders who are working on the development of this major undertaking. Pray for the Lord to give wisdom and means to see this Theological University formally started next summer. Such an undertaking is complex and requires much precision in meeting government requirements. Also, we are hoping...

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