This Week’s Special Requests

Dear Praying Friends: Thank you for bringing Village Missions before the Lord. Please keep these special needs in mind as you pray this week. 1. Praise the Lord for a good candidate school, which concluded Friday, October 23. Pray for those who were accepted as they raise support and prepare to be placed on fields. […]
CONTINUE READING

November 1: Bill & Rebecca Troxel, Nenana, AK

We are located in the interior region of Alaska. Nenana is unique in that there is both a town and village of Nenana. Each has its own government and court system. The area is evenly split between Athabaskan natives and non-natives. The area’s economy is depressed and drug & alcohol addiction is rampant. Please pray […]
CONTINUE READING

Bruin, PA

The women are working together through Nancy Leigh DeMoss’s “Lies Women Believe.” The enemy doesn’t like losing ground, so we expect resistance. Please pray for the 18 women who are taking part, that they will study well, that they will rely on the Holy Spirit to guide them into all Truth, and that they won’t […]
CONTINUE READING

VILLAGE MISSIONS PRAYERS

1. Pray for our Candidate School, which started Monday, October 19, and finishes Friday evening, October 23. We have six couples attending and two single men, who will be placed as interns. One couple is from Canada and one couple is from the Navajo Nation. Pray for discernment as both staff and the candidates themselves […]
CONTINUE READING

October 25: Wayne & Joy Deneault, Snug Harbour, ON

Known for its beautiful Georgian Bay shoreline, this is part of cottage country for the people of southern Ontario, being 3 hours north of Toronto. Our township of Carling is 25 minutes from Parry Sound, where people go when they’re “going to town.” Our neighbors are friendly but strive to be independent. Snug Harbour Community […]
CONTINUE READING

Harlan, KS

We had a really special worship time a few weeks ago. We shared the Lord’s Table, sang some of our favorite hymns (by request), and had instruction from the Word, followed by the testimonies and baptisms of two of our young people (one of which was our daughter). Since we don’t have a baptistery, we […]
CONTINUE READING

Church Served by Miss Mary Clark Celebrates 50 Years with Village Missions

Brian and Carole Wechsler joined with Village Missionaries and the New Gloucester church family to celebrate the church’s 50th Anniversary of being served by Village Missions. The church was first incorporated in 1837. After the church burned in 1929, the building was rebuilt but soon after closed due to lack of support. During this period […]
CONTINUE READING

Landslide in Nile Valley

The Nile Valley Community Church became a gathering point for those west of the landslide, and volunteers cooked spaghetti, garlic bread and dessert for workers as well the rest of the Nile community.
CONTINUE READING

Village Missions Prayers

Praise for continued financial provision for Village Missions. Pray for the candidate school that starts October 19. We have five couples from the U.S. attending, one couple from Canada, and two single men. Pray for a speaking engagement Brian has this weekend in Salem, Oregon. Pray for the Lake Tapps Community Church Missions Conference (Village […]
CONTINUE READING

October 18: Albert & Katie Johnson, Twin Mesa, AZ

Twin Mesa Bible Church is quite a distance from the nearest community of Hard Rock (population about 1250) on the Navajo Reservation, 60 miles east of Tuba City and 15 miles west of Pinon, AZ. It is surrounded by rock bluffs, mesas, and juniper forest. The goal of the church is to train Christian leaders […]
CONTINUE READING

LENWOOD, CA

We started our new Adult Bible School, and it has been a real blessing. I was expecting around 7 people to show up, especially as I’m requiring homework: reading chapters out of Grudum’s Systematic Theology. We’re up to 18 people and they are all doing the homework, asking questions, and taking part in the discussions […]
CONTINUE READING

Are Health Insurance Companies the Villains?

If our experience with a self-funded plan, a plan in which we provide our own health coverage, is any indication, insurance companies are only a small contributor to the high medical costs. Citizens may very well be in for some profound “sticker shock” when it comes time to ante up for their monthly premium.
CONTINUE READING
Please Sign-In
We're expecting you!