January 2: Robert & Stephanie Melotti, Tonto Basin, AZ

Tonto Basin is a high desert, retirement community, located about 1½ hours NE of Phoenix. The nearby lake attracts many seasonal visitors; over 1000 live here year-round. Our biggest, most recent prayer request is for more leaders. With a congregation of about 50 and a few key leaders moving out of town, we’re looking to […]
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CEDAR RIVER, MI

Praise God for a wonderful opportunity to share the Gospel to roughly 115 people who packed our little church building for a funeral. If you’re aware of our church, you’re probably asking, “How in the world did you get 115 people in there?!” My answer: “I have no idea!” They lined up along the walls, […]
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December 26: Mel & Shari Ternes, Hickox, PA

Hickox is two hours south of Rochester, NY, on the border of NY and in the center of northern PA, at the tail end of the Appalachian Mountains. We live in a rural area of about 400 people, give or take. The people here are pretty self-sufficient and community minded. People are excited to come […]
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Village Missions Selected as a “Shining Light” Ministry

Although ultimately we know that our recognition or lack thereof will come from the Lord, we are grateful for this recognition from a well-known organization that assesses the accountability of Christian ministries.
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AZALEA, OR

Our church was a relay center for South County for Operation Christmas Child. Since this was our first year, we didn’t have a whole lot of activity, but the church family willingly helped keep it open. Azalea Community Church donated 232 shoeboxes, which was 25 more than last year and added to the nearly 10,000 […]
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As you pray this week

Dear Praying Friends: As we celebrate Christmas, please pray for Village Missionaries who share the peace of Christ in the midst of hurting relationships and broken homes. Please pray for successful outreach as many churches make opportunities to reach their communities. Pray that those without Christ would understand the true purpose of His coming to […]
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December 19: Riley & Susan Wilson, Pickstown, SD

Pickstown was built by the government in the 1940’s to house people that were building a dam on the Missouri River. It now has a population of 168, of which most are retired. There are a lot of campers/fishermen in the summer – hunting and fishing are very good. The church building was built by […]
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Oakley, KS

God has been opening doors for us to be more visible in the community. Sara has taken a Girl Scouts leadership position and has been very busy with that. It’s exciting to see how we have impacted our community by just being a part of whatever we can. I was asked to announce the Christmas […]
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As You Pray This Week

Dear Praying Friends: Our work must be born in prayer, watered by prayer, guarded and protected by prayer and the worker himself ever steeped in prayer, and hidden behind the supernatural working of an almighty hand.–A. B. Simpson We thank the Lord for the way He has moved friends like you to pray for and […]
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December 12: Jimmy & Nevey Francisco, Chichiltah, NM

We’re about two hours from Albuquerque. We minister to our own native people, the Navajo Tribe. Alcohol and drug abuse are high, DWI fatalities are frequent, domestic violence is prevalent, and poverty is high. Pray for Nevey for continued recovery from recent surgery. Our church building and parsonage are in great need of repairs (electrical, […]
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Amsterdam, NY

A few weeks ago, I was on my way into the city when I saw a young man walking in the rain. I stopped and picked him up and he told me he was from South Dakota. We talked for awhile and I asked him if he knew Jesus as his Savior.  He told me […]
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