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Mission Reports

Get inspired by stories of faith, perseverance and love from missionaries around the world!

Mexico

 

Hello to all dear brothers and family in Christ,

We are glad to share with you the wonders that our good God has done for this ministry, all for the honor and glory of our Creator.

This time we shared the Newsletter in its bimonthly edition, because […]

Dangerous Mission

Armed marines accompany medical team bound for remote island

Often times we need to fly to dangerous areas to evacuate critical patients to a better facility, or to bring supplies or doctors to remote areas. We have safety precautions set in place, and many prayers for […]

Move…

I have heard it said that the faster you move the slower you age.  Here at MOVE, however, time seems to rocket right along with us. We are halfway through the first three-month training course. The last six weeks have been a blur. I am […]

Blessings and a Baby

        Our time in the US has been a great blessing to us in many ways. We were able to visit our families and give a helping hand where we saw the need. We met many new people and made new friends. […]

Let the weighing begin! 💪

Hi!

Just a quick note to let you know we are still alive and doing well. Classes are half over. Massage and Anatomy end this week. Next week is hydrotherapy (which Allen will be taking this year…finally). There is only one guy this year, so we […]

South Korea

Greetings!  No doubt you’ve been wondering how thing were going out here in South Korea.  Here is a snippet (albeit a long long snippet).  We (my wife and I), are living in Busan with her parents now.  We moved from Seoul about 6 months ago […]

Words of encouragement

“Sorry to abandon you all, but I’m scheduled to share a testimony at the Spanish church in Chico” I informed my parents and their guests. Lyli, my wife, had told me she was going to stay and sleep, so I was surprised to see her […]

6-seater, 206 Airplane provided by God in January 2016

Full time work on Mindanao airbase finally started at the end of the year! “New” tractor/mower is a great help for maintaining the airstrip.

Long prayed for land finally made possible this last year! (darker green area paralleling […]

One Last Mashabo Wedding

Hello Dear Ones,

 

Yesterday was a bitter sweet day. The first day of a new year, the first day of a new marriage… and our last Mashabo wedding. Later today, or early tomorrow, Allen will be leaving to go to Paruima. I will be following next […]