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NOVEMBER 2017 News & Reports
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ODALI & KATHY BARROS—PRAISE GOD for time with their two daughters and families! PRAY as they plan to start a work in Lago do Limao. PRAISE GOD for the growth in Iranduba!

MIKE AND BEVERLY CREIGLOW—PRAISE GOD for an encouraging time at the pastor’s conference in Manaus! PRAISE GOD for their school celebrating 25 years! PRAY for Mike’s health. PRAY for the crime in their city.

JOHN MARK AND JUDY HATCHER—PRAISE GOD for the young people in France. PRAY for those who are faithfully serving Christ there. PRAISE GOD that Judy and Peggy are doing better! PRAISE GOD for His protection in Hurricane Irma.

JUD AND RAQUEL HATCHER—PRAISE GOD for the 5 new believers! PRAY for an increase in evangelism, the opening of homes for small Bible studies, and safety in the city.

AJ AND BARBARA HENSLEY— PRAISE GOD for the first and second graduations of the seminary! PRAY for AJ’s health and the upcoming third graduation.

NATHAN AND CARRIE RADFORD—PRAISE GOD for a big answer to prayer! PRAY for peace in the nation of Kenya.

ROGER AND JULIE TATE—PRAISE GOD for leading Bro. Roger to plant and pastor a church in Kenya. PRAY as they look for a place for this new church to meet. PRAY for peace in Kenya.

BOBBY AND CHARLENE WACASER— PRAISE GOD for opportunities to show Christ’s love to those impacted by Hurricane Irma and for keeping them safe! PRAY as they prepare to return to Brazil. PRAY for Projeto Vida as they share the Gospel in different towns.

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"As the Father has sent Me, so I send you."

- John 20:21


Missionaries Kenya

Nathan & Carrie Radford

Roger & Julie Tate

 

Kenya is located in East Africa and gained independence in 1963. Although Kenya is the regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa, poor economic practices have limited Kenya's growth. The Kenyan people tend to depend on the missionary and western funds very heavily. Of the 43 million people who live in Kenya, 45% claim to be Protestant (mainly a works-based salvation), 33% are Roman Catholic, 10% are Muslim, and 10% indigenous beliefs. The official language is Swahili and $1.00 US = 84.15 Kenyan shillings.

Akawaambia, ``Nendeni ulimwenguni kote, mkawahubirie watu wote Habari Njema.
Marko 16:15

 

 


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