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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Missions Students Going out in July

 Sue says: It is a pleasure to let you know about students who are going on short-term missions in July. Richard (above) will work with a pastor in Zimbabwe to train the youth of the church. The church in Zimbabwe is growing despite political and financial troubles there.
 Hyamin (above) plans to travel to Japan. She will work at a youth camp designed to use challenging activities to reach Japanese youth with the Gospel. 
The construction of a school building is the goal of the team going to Dominican Republic. Libby (above) will work with the builders and lead a vacation Bible school for the children in the area. 

We ask God to open the eyes of those going out to the needs of others in the world. May the words and actions of these students and their team members lead those they meet to the Savior.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

More Missions Students Going Out

 Sue says: We praise the Lord that He is sending out Bible college and seminary students into a variety of outreaches this summer. Jonas (above) is a Haitian native. He will return to his country to assist his cousin with a plan to train nationals to evangelize their own people throughout the country.  
Michelle (above) will travel to Asia to spread the gospel to university students from her country who are studying in another country. She too will assist an established mission team with their plan.

Next week Jeff will teach a block format of the missions class he has been leading this year. They will move at an accelerated pace, finishing the material in one week. Please pray these new students also will be inspired with a deeper vision of the magnificent grace of our wonderful, loving God.  

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Missions Students Going on Missions

Sue says:
Earlier this year, we had asked our team to pray that God would send out some of our students on missions. This should be the opening installment of answers to those prayers.

Our first student to go, Carmen, was on her way before we could take her picture. Carmen is heading a team to Senegal. They are in Senegal now evaluating whether they will take on the assignment of evangelizing an unreached people group.

Josiah, above, will be a counselor to elementary through high school students for two months at a Bible camp in Pennsylvania.

Please join us in praising God for students with a desire to spread the Gospel. Carmen and Josiah will serve in May and June. Ask God to give them strength and wisdom for their tasks. We hope to post pictures of other students later.