62nd Annual Thanksgiving Missions ConferenceClick below for details.
Click here for a FAQ concerning the Thanksgiving Offering.
OCTOBER 2016 News & ReportsClick below for the PDF copy.
ODALI & KATHY BARROS—PRAISE GOD for the way He is working through the community outreach events! PRAY for those who attend and also for those who are learning to serve.
MIKE AND BEVERLY CREIGLOW—PRAISE GOD for the new building in Porto Walter and the way God has worked there over the past 90 years to have His Gospel prevail! PRAY for the newly baptized believers in Porto Walter.
JOHN MARK AND JUDY HATCHER—PRAISE GOD for those attending Bible Studies and for those who host them. PRAY for John Mark’s health. PRAISE GOD and PRAY for the youth they are ministering to, especially the unsaved. PRAISE GOD for the 7 communities their church is reaching out to!
AJ AND BARBARA HENSLEY—PRAISE GOD for the group from Georgia’s help! PRAY for AJ as he continues radiation treatments, specifically for great results and good tolerance.
NATHAN AND CARRIE RADFORD—PRAISE GOD for two of the thieves being caught! PRAY that things would be peaceful in Kitale. PRAY as their daughters start school.
ROGER AND JULIE TATE—PRAISE GOD for the marriage of Emily and Igor and PRAY as they start their new life together. PRAY for the Tates as they resume their ministries in Kenya.
Have you ever wondered what happens with the money given to the General Fund or why you should give to it? We encourage you to flip through this stunning new brochure that will tell you what services your General Fund offerings provide.
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