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Dan and Susan Steere - December 2018

Christmas Greetings from Dan and Susan! We thank the Lord Jesus Christ for another year of his blessings on our life and family. God truly does all things well, and he has promised that ALL that happens in the lives of those who love him will "work together for good." (Romans 8:28) We hope that this family letter will give glory to God and encourage you to praise Him alon...

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Tammy Murden - December 2018

Read the latest newsletter from Tammy Murden with Navigators Highlights from 2018 Upcoming 2019...

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Jim and Barbara McNamee - December 2018

Hebrews 12:1 reminds us to "...run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith" RUNNING THE RACE SET BEFORE USOur oldest grandchild, Riley McNamee, ran a 5K for her school. She is 9 years old and earlier this year she was not happy that her younger sister could beat her in shorter races, both in swimming and runn...

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Dan and Susan Steere - December 2018

Equipped to Lead We are looking forward to our next trip to Ghana, scheduled for January 25 February 17, 2019. I will be teaching Marriage in two new locations and the team will also be teaching three MINTS classes and two conferences on Biblical Womanhood - eleven events in four different cities. Unexpected Providences Our God Does All Things Well Dear Partners in ...

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Thomas and Jennifer McIntyre - December 2018

Dear prayer supporters, Thank you for praying for our Thanksgiving outreach. We had a big turnout (see above picture), especially considering we did it during our Sunday morning worship service. We shared the good news, met with new and old friends, and thanked God for His many blessings. We were especially grateful that Ashlee dedicated her life to Christ that day, a...

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Joel McCall - December 20218

Merry Christmas from Joel McCall and ELI! CELEBRATING JESUS AND HIS REASON FOR COMING Years ago, I visited this place many times when it was an active archaeological dig. As a grad student, I made friends with the night guard. He allowed me to come privately after hours to crawl through the dig. More than two decades later, I returned and took this picture when the proj...

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