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Update from Bobbie and Teresa LaDage - May 2016

IMPACTING 10 CITIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE So many cities and so many languages! Cities are teeming with people who need to hear the gospel. As we travel to different cities and meet with church planters, pastors and leaders we are reminded of how difficult it is to reach people in cities with the gospel, yet God is building his church! He is using amazing men and...

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Update from Dan and Susan Steere - May 2016

"...entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also." Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand. Prov.19:21 The phone woke me at 2:30 am and the nurse quickly told me that Susan's father, Jack, was being taken to the hospital. I woke Susan, groggily made her a cup of coffee, and she rushed off to meet her d...

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Update from the Lehman's - March 2016

Lehman's Log - March 2016 Grandparents!We celebrate the birth of Abigail Hope, David and Krista's first child, and our first grandchild born on March 17. We are thankful for a successful delivery and a healthy baby. We pray this blessing from the Lord will grow to love the Lord with all of her heart, soul, mind and strength. Mozambique AuditSteve visited Mozambique, loca...

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Update from George and Kathy Schultz March 2016

"The pre-field training we received at CIT was unquestionably THE most well-designed and beneficial training I have undergone at any point in my ministry history. The topics, pace, and quality of facilitation were outstanding throughout. CIT Equipping module is presented by a seasoned faculty of experts who possess not only the mastery of the subject matter, but a unifor...

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Update from The Boggess' - March 2016

March 27, 2016 Bonjour friends and family, Today is Resurrection Sunday and, as expected, I preached on the Resurrection. It was a blustery day, and we were only 16 for worship, so preaching on such a joyous subject encouraged our hearts. In a country that for the time being we are doing more sowing seeds of the gospel than reaping people's hearts for God, I love to remi...

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Update from The Polis Team in Athens, Greece March 2016

Dear friends, This email is part of our efforts to try to keep you updated on the latest developments with regard to our various ministries amongst refugees. Meals for Refugees "Bearing in mind the fact that everyone can contribute in some way and no one is surplus to requirements, I would like to participate in the transportation of some of the portions of food as I ...

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Update from Joel McCall March 2016

LAST DAY AT NEBBI, UGANDA In this highly dynamic conference, though there were 15 lessons taught, we got to the point in the conference where they had examined enough clear principles that it was time to apply the lessons. We broke into many groups. They met inside (see the picture), but there were groups scattered outside as well. It was encouraging to see them discuss...

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Update from Bobbie and Teresa LaDage - March 2016

We often ask ourselves, "What's a meeting? What's a book? What's a conversation? What's a Skype call? What's an email?" At times being church planting catalysts seems trivial and we wonder if any of what we do is really helping further God's Kingdom, but today God used this quote from Gospel Deeps by Jared C. Wilson to encourage us. "Uneducated men and wome...

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Report from Joel McCall in Uganda March 2016 - Part 1

MONDAYThe entire team arrived with the exception of Rick's luggage. Mind you, Rick didn't get to the hotel until around 4:00AM. So much for the romance of travel. His luggage should have arrived this evening by bus here in Nebbi. The trip to Nebbi involved 10 hours of road travel from Entebbe. We crossed the Nile, saw a lot of monkeys and baboons, passed a Rhino reserve...

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Update from Alex and Maggie Halbert - March 2016

It is hard to believe that on this date last year we were getting commissioned at Westminster Presbyterian Church, saying goodbye to friends and family, and then headed to the airport with most everything we own. This year's theme for our family seems to have been change; change in continent, number of members in our family, number of languages we are spoken to everyday,...

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