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Guyana Exterior Missions

Dear Ones!
We just want to bring you up to date with everything that is happening here. What an amazing two months! We arrived September 13. For the first two weeks, we were in Georgetown. The Plane (04T) needed some maintance and we thought…” OH NO! Not Again!”
Allen got to Paruima and stared teaching on September […]

Medical Air Ambulance

Medical Air Ambulance
November 12, 2017
Dear David,
Up to this point the types of medical flights we have been making have been to transport patients from rural locations to a city hospital. This is helpful of course and the patients are grateful to get to the hospital but we are seeing the need to be able to […]

Solomon’s family report

We are very glad to be able to write to you again. As usual things have been hectically busy and as always, God has been very good to us. The last time we wrote to you we were still in Grenada and we made an appeal for help as the project there had some urgent […]

The Testimony of the Ants

“Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise” Proverbs 6:6
 

Storms have punctuated our survival camp weekend. Though we have yet to feel the force of a hurricane, yesterday it rained a real beating on our band of campers, and this morning we awoke under a steady drizzle. In the afternoon, the slanting […]

Putting Together the Puzzle Pieces…

In a small house in Puerto Rico, Lydenice (spouse, educator and nursing student) had been praying for 12 years for the conversion of her spouse Guaili. In the past year God had begun to impress Lisy to go to Peru to work as a missionary. The aspiration grew, and she began to wish to visit South […]

EYES TO SEE AND EYES THAT SEETHE

“Show thy marvellous lovingkindness, O thou that savest by thy right hand them which put their trust from those that rise up .  Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide me under the shadow of thy wings,  From the wicked that oppress me, my deadly enemies, compass me […]

I’m an unsatisfactory missionary

July 28, 2017: Today we are back on MOVE campus. Everywhere I look says WORK. More work than a body can process. The Dodge has a blown rear tire. The Admiral needs insurance and license renewed, but not before a repair job for the backup-lights and brakes. My watermelon plants have disappeared, and the spinach vine […]

MiniMOVE in Bolivia

Last July we helped Josue and Keren teach a two-week intensive course at our old school in Bolivia. I think it was Jeff who dubbed it mini-MOVE. When we arrived, all our ex-students came rushing out to give us the typical warm and dramatic welcome for returning teachers. The next day most of them left […]

Pilot and teacher in Bolivia

Our names are Brandtley and Jenyve Greenlaw. For the salvation of souls, we became full-time volunteers for GMI in 2017. We saw the last day events of prophecy developing so fast before our eyes that it was impossible to ignore getting involved. There isn’t much time left to witness and very soon the door of […]

San Marcos Adventist School – Collana, Bolivia

San Marcos was the first SDA educational institution and 2nd church in Bolivia established in 1922. This September 9th will be our 95th year anniversary. Our school is a kindergarten-12th grade boarding school. We had 30 students in 2011-2013, then 60 and this year we have 80 students! We’re super busy. Summer music school is […]