December – Prayer Requests

Posted by Marte Thiemann

The Most Powerful Thing You Can Do For a Missionary train4missions.com It is often cliché to say, “the best thing you can do for a missionary is to pray.” This is usually the sentence missionaries put in their update letters right before they ask for financial support. But that does not negate the truth of…

 

Missions Opportunity in Cuba

Posted by Mike Thiemann

  The SGWM staff and I had the privilege of meeting with Fernando today. He is a Calvary Chapel Pastor from Cuba and has an incredible testimony of how God changed his life and the lives of his family living under communist rule and persecution. He has established a Calvary Chapel church plant in the…

 

A Reason To Celebrate

Posted by Heather Gaona

The evening news is heart breaking, the days we are living in seem dark, there are natural disasters everywhere and it is easy to focus on the negative. But this month we are choosing to celebrate and give thanks as Psalms 126:3 it says, “The Lord has done great things for us, and we are…

 

The Kanyike Family Update–Thanksgiving 2017

Posted by Brian and Jill Kanyike

Sing to the LORD, all the Earth; proclaim His salvation day after day. -1 Chronicles 16:23 Dear Friends and Family, Happy Thanksgiving!! We have so much to be thankful for.  God has done so much for all of us, the most important of all sending His Son to die for our sins that we might…

 

What’s My Role at SGWM?

Posted by Mike Thiemann

Recently, I was asked to describe what I do as the Director of Saving Grace World Missions. Well, to answer that question, I would need to catalog a book-load of information. None of us have that kind of time, but I would like to share with you three important things that paint the picture of…

 

Brazil Update November 2017

Posted by Brad Miller

  Ezekiel 37:5 Thus saith the Lord GOD unto these bones; Behold, I will cause breath to enter into you, and ye shall live   Greetings in Christ, Brazil Update November 2017,   I arrived at 1:30 am, middle of the Amazon Jungle, in our ministry boat, pitch black, tree stumps sticking up out of…

 

P.M. and V. M. November Update 2017

Posted by masih

The year 2017 has been a year of so many ups and downs for us. We went through some of the most difficult times of our lives. We struggled and have been struggling physically, mentally and financially. But by God’sgrace, we are able to withstand these hardships. We are so thankful to you all who…

 

I am Excited to Share With You

Posted by Brenna Kulla

I am excited to share with you a glimpse of how God has been leading me into a new season of faith and ministry, and to invite you to be part of it! I began studying at Calvary Chapel Bible College Europe (CCBCE) in the Fall of 2013 with a burden for cross-cultural ministry and…

 

Christmas Fundraiser

Posted by Mike Thiemann

In Pakistan, my good friend Nadeem has begun ministering to a group of people known as the Brick Makers. These individuals are living in extreme poverty and are trapped in slavery as brick makers. As a platform to minister the Gospel, Nadeem would like to host a Christmas party outreach in this community. To raise…

 

Sunday Evenings With “The Mission Family”

Posted by Jeff Moody

October 15th, 2017 Sundays are different from the rest of the week for the mission.  On Sundays shift ends at 6:00 p.m. so everyone can dine together.  This last Sunday, Belo grilled carne asada and made tortas for dinner.  He made his homemade salsa with roasted tomatoes, onions, chilies, and spices.  Delicioso!!!  The night continued…