BANGOR, CA

We celebrated our one-year anniversary here in Bangor on August 18th. On August 17th we had a guest evangelist with Evangelism Explosion come, and we saw 5 people come to faith in the LORD! Three of them have been coming for only a couple of months, and they walked right up when the invitation was […]
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October 5: Lee & Arlene Stephenson, Progress, BC

Progress is a small community in the Peace River area, about 20 miles from Dawson Creek along Highway 97 South. This is mostly rolling foothill country, covered with aspen trees. Farming and forestry are the main occupations, and there is one elementary school. The local tourist attractions include Bennett Dam in Hudson Hope, the NAR […]
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Cedar Creek, MO

On my way to visit a lady, I stopped at a man’s house who was building a garage. He lives across from the local store.  As we were visiting, the lady I was going to visit stopped at the store, so I was able to stay and spend the afternoon working with this man on […]
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September 28: Scott & Sandra Simrall, Sunsites, AZ

Sunsites is nestled at 4,500 ft in the high desert of Arizona, about 50 miles from the borders of Mexico and New Mexico. It’s rich in the Old West history with Fort Bowie, Tombstone, and Bisbee not far away. Sunsites is built around a golf course and serves as a retirement community for its 1500 […]
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West Bethel, ME

I shared Christ with a gentleman that was in the church, but not in the usual situation – he came during the week to tune the piano. He claimed to be a Unitarian Universalist but said he was looking for a church to attend. I shared with him briefly what we believe about Jesus Christ […]
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September 21: David & Ninette Cox, Oriskany, VA

Oriskany is a small town at the base of the Shenandoah Valley in southwest Virginia. This is a scenic area surrounded by mountains. There used to be 2,000 people in the area with three churches, three gas stations, and stores. The iron-ore mines in the area folded in the 1920s. The jobs disappeared and so […]
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Gut Check: A Test of courage, character, or determination – Part 2

Remarkable results have occurred over the sixty years that Village Missions has served the Lord. I can’t help but believe that God has gathered this small band of faithful men and women to continue to do remarkable and unexpected exploits in the spiritually darkening countries of the United States and Canada.
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Horsefly, BC

The most exciting thing that’s happened lately was being able to baptize two young men in their twenties.  One of them was baptized before he was saved, so he really wanted to “do it right.”  As we went over my short baptism class, his excitement was just awesome.  He even wanted to get baptized that […]
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September 14: Dan & Connie Michaud, New Gloucester, ME

We’re 18 miles north of Portland and 13 miles west of L.L. Bean’s flagship store in Freeport. The town has a postcard-like pastoral setting of rolling hills, fields, and forests, and once was a very thriving agricultural community. Now it’s a fast-growing, highly desirable bedroom community of southern Maine’s suburban sprawl. New Gloucester Bible Church […]
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Beaver, OR

Despite car problems, we had a wonderful time camping in the Redwoods. We were grateful for the family time before we begin a hectic school year. We’re now in preparation for Awana which will start September 10th.  We will also begin a program once a week for middle school kids called Trek.  We plan to use […]
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September 7: Olaf & Bonnie Sorenson, Kaslo, BC

Kaslo is a town of around 1,000 on the shores of Kootenay Lake. There are a lot of retirees here, who’ve either moved here or lived here all their lives. Many religious beliefs are represented. Logging and tourism are the main industries. Please pray that we might have a ministry with the young families in […]
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