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Luncheon Dates

2021 Spring Semester

Dining Hall #1 at Hyles-Anderson College

January 19

February 16

March 16

April 13

Read the Latest Prayer Letters.

Keith and Kelly Hamilton Prayer Letter: Juggling Opportunities

July 13th, 2024|

Thanks for taking your time to read this letter. We are encouraged by the many ways the Lord is working in our midst through our church, our outreaches, the camaraderie of the missionaries, our efforts to help encourage newer missionaries, and our filling needs the Lord brings across our path. One o [...]

Walter and Suni Poole Prayer Letter: Busy About Our Father’s Business

July 13th, 2024|

The traditional wet season has arrived and with it, the cooling rains. Farmers are busy planting their fields, and we must be busy with our Father’s business. Thank you for your sacrifice, which enables us to plant and reap souls for the Saviour. I want to mention two recent salvations, Heng and Che [...]

Nick and Beth Watt Prayer Letter: Exciting Opportunity!

July 12th, 2024|

Thank you for your continued support for our family and our ministry here in Wanganui. We have never been fully supported missionaries, but today we have been blessed with the most support ever. This is amazing and such a relief! Building News—Exciting Opportunity! The building that we have been lea [...]

Jeremy and Sandra Barker Prayer Letter: God Is So Good!

July 11th, 2024|

I am grateful for many things this month, one of which is that Sandra and I are expecting our fifth child, with an anticipated due date of December 10. Even though we have only been back in the United States fourteen months, this will actually be the second child we’ve had born on deputation. Having [...]

Montana and Kellie Morrow Prayer Letter: Lots of Prayer Opportunities!

July 11th, 2024|

We have added more ministries to the church within the last couple of months. I started a Swahili piano class for a few of our members. We meet every Saturday after visitation. This has been a challenge for me language-wise, as some of the musical terminology doesn’t often translate into Swahili. O [...]

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