Seeley Lake, MT

Things are happening in Seeley Lake. A lady came to us, having problems in her marriage.  Pat and I talked with her, and she prayed to receive Christ.  She and Pat are now doing a one-on-one discipleship program.  A man who is struggling in his marriage is being discipled by a fellow we led to […]
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MAY 4: John & Sara Duerksen, Caron, SK

The hamlet of Caron is nestled into the south slope of a valley that runs east and west along the Trans-Canada Highway. Industry in the surrounding area is a mixture of grain farming, ranching, and dairies. Some of Caron’s 120+ residents are employed by those industries, or work in the city of Moose Jaw, about […]
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SUNSITES, AZ

We’ve seen lots of new faces in church, and attendance at the prison Saturday night services has increased greatly. We saw three men accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior!  Yet, the greatest blessing has been the men’s Bible study.  The men are on fire and have been coming forward to serve in the church.  […]
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April 27: Butch & Jennifer Hallenbeck, Round Mountain, NV

Round Mountain is 13 miles from the center of the state, equally 4 hours from Reno and Las Vegas. We drive 2½ hours to Fallon to do most of our grocery shopping. Our community sits between 2 mountain ranges at an elevation of 5800 ft., with a population of about 1500. Round Mountain Gold employs […]
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Wishram, WA

God continues to do a work in this community.  People are attending Bible studies and other activities offered by the church, and we are so encouraged by their desire to do so. While there are only a couple of weeks of Awana remaining, we pray that the kids would finish strong.  God keeps putting people […]
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April 20: Richard & Ellen Hayes, Edgewood, WA

Located in Pierce County near Puyallup, Milton, and Federal Way, this was once a rural area, but in recent years (like many cities in the Puget Sound) it has undergone much growth and transformation. This is a challenging mission field that desperately needs reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Pray for our continued effective […]
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Oakley, KS

Village Missionary Mike MacWhinnie, who is suffering from cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy, wrote: “The Easter services were great, and I was able to have the main service.  I talked about our Eternal Home and how we must come to Jesus in faith to have part in the place called Heaven. Two people raised […]
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April 13: Mark & Bonnie Canady, Pacific City, OR

Situated on the beautiful Oregon Coast, Pacific City originally developed as a fishing village. Fishing is still a vital part of PC; the sign coming into town still reads, “Home of the Dory Fleet” – a Dory is a flat-bottom boat that can be launched and landed right on the beach. Many of the old […]
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I’ve Got Your Back!

“I’ll pray for you!”  I sometimes make this promise more to assure a person of my concern than actually to pray.  Sometimes I forget in my busyness or sometimes I just forget.  I do not want to pretend to be a prayer warrior when I am not.  I do not think I am alone in […]
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PHILIPSBURG MT

I can’t help but think of Paul as he shared a lengthy list of hardships he faced in ministry, and then wrapped up with these words, “Apart from such external things, there is the daily pressure of concern for all the churches.  Who is weak without my being weak?  Who is led into sin without […]
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April 6: Remembering Janice McAloon

After a long battle with cancer, Janice McAloon entered the presence of Christ at just about midnight Friday, March 28th. Janice faithfully served the Lord alongside her husband, Pat, on fields in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick for the past nine years. The funeral service will be held on April 1st at 2 p.m. at […]
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