Darouze Update Home Away From Home Church

Posted by Marte Thiemann

 I am a firm believer that everyone needs a home church. No matter what country you are in or where you are, it is important to find a church that can become a family and a home. I have been here for a month now and I have made this church in the picture my home church. The…

 

Record Update April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

Cambodia Video Ministry Update   When there is so much bad news, we often feel discouraged. This is why I am thankful that God has made it possible for us to share some good news. After 10 years of preparation and waiting, God has opened the doors to produce Christian Apologetics/Evangelistic videos in the Cambodian…

 

Welsh Update Mar/April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

Well, it happened again! I intended to send out an Update several weeks ago and get back on schedule but it never happened. You see, every time I plan to sit down and recall the highlights from the past month an interruption occurs; whether it is a phone call, someone stopped in to visit or…

 

Zavala Update April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

 Let Peace Reign  We remember like is was yesterday the 2007 Kenyan elections, when we had riots for three months. It was a time when we could not evacuate Twinkle because she was close to giving birth to Sophia. It was a time when we had a difficult time finding the essentials like bread, water,…

 

Carver Update April part 2

Posted by Cindy Broniste

You Can not Serve Two Masters Today we were able to help B. and H. as they hosted a conference for the Promise Child Youth. There were many kids there, and B. taught them about Jesus, and Amy and I got to share with the girls about the ability of God’s Word to set us free….

 

Massey Update April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

Blessings From Pakistan!   Our Lord is so good! We all are fine by His grace and your prayers! We thank you all for always standing in the gap with us as we serve here in this country! Living here does has its challenges – with the lack of electrical power, fuel for driving, gas…

 

Darouze Update English & the Gospel

Posted by Cindy Broniste

English and the Gospel Coming here I had no intention or vision for starting a “Kids Club”- however it seems a Kids Club is starting whether I plan for it or not! Thursday morning Deanna and I left our home early for a full day of ministry. We didn’t return home until after 7:00 p.m. that…

 

Knepper April Update

Posted by Erin Thiemann

    Ruth and I thought it would be good to take some time to tell you about Ireland and the people here. I know that when my family was preparing to come to Ireland in 2007 there were a few of my friends that were perplexed about us being missionaries in Ireland. “Aren’t there…

 

Alex Gray Update April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

Mid Semester Update It has reached the midpoint of the semester!!! I can’t believe how fast this semester is going by. We have around fifty students living on campus this semester. It has been a blessing to see students return and also meet new students. Some of the projects I have been working on this…

 

Havard Update April

Posted by Cindy Broniste

YOU ARE MOST WELCOME   “You are most welcome” is a typical greeting here in Uganda and says a lot about the warmth and friendliness of the people. Like Priscilla and Aquila who took Paul into their home, Sr. Pastor Juventine & Elizabeth Emuku have sheltered us, fed us both physically and spiritually and prayed…