December 4: Vern & Cindy Wilkinson, Northwest District Representatives

Our area of service covers 2224 miles east-west and 2314 miles north-south. This includes Alaska, Washington, northern Idaho, and western Montana. We support 45 fields and missionaries, and recruit at eight Bible colleges and seminaries. Please pray for two “E’s”: ENDURANCE to be up by God’s grace for every activity, and EFFICIENCY to be prepared […]
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As You Pray This Week

Dear Praying Friends, Please pray for Village Missionary Mac McCallum in Helix, OR, who is presently ministering in the stabbing death of a friend and father of a family who live across from the church in Helix. Buddy works as a guard at the prison and on his way home from work last night he […]
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Dalkena, WA

It is truly wonderful to be in the new church addition. We are settling into the offices. Dixie has taken on the “Coffee Ministry,” that greets you as you step into the new building (she loves it and is doing a great job). We see new faces nearly every week.  People are thinking over what […]
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November 27: Ken & Pat Wutzke, Tumalo, OR

Tumalo Community Church is about five miles NW of Bend on Hwy 20, and has been serving the unincorporated town of Tumalo since 1907. We are in high desert country with the majestic snowcapped mountains of the Cascades Range nearby that provide lots of recreation. The building industry has suffered greatly with the downturn of […]
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As You Pray This Week

Dear Praying Friends, We are thankful for you! Thank you for upholding Village Missions in prayer throughout the year! God has answered prayer by providing for our recently accepted candidate couples. Homes have been sold and support levels have been met. We now have five couple who are very close to being placed on a […]
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Hinkley, CA

I just attended my first AA meeting. What a treat. About a month ago a new lady attended our church for the first time. As I visited with her, I found that she was a licensed DUI/AA/NA instructor. She’d just moved to Hinkley and was looking for a place to have some meetings. I told her […]
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November 20: Bruce & Debra Swan, Springfield, ME

The town of Springfield is in northeast Maine, about 21 miles in every direction from different communities. The main thing that keeps our economy going is the woods industry: cutting & hauling logs or processing logs at the mils. We’re surrounded by mountains, forests, and lakes. Many come to enjoy the summers at their camps, […]
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As You Pray This Week

Dear Praying Friends, Please pray for Village Missionaries to be filled with the Holy Spirit and to walk daily in His power. Pray that they will speak the Word of God with boldness. Our District Representatives are meeting in Dallas, Oregon, this week. Please pray for wisdom and unity as they seek to effectively minister […]
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Gorham, NY

We have three young men whom we will be training to become deacons in the not too distant future. Praise the Lord! I also began a baptism class on November 2, as about 7 people have shown interest in baptism and new membership.   Owen & Lori Corcora
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November 13: Jeff & Kristin Goodwin, Loma, CO

Loma is on the western slope of Colorado, between Grand Junction and the Utah border. The Grand Valley is a 4,500-foot high desert that is fully irrigated, allowing for farming and ranching throughout. We are a body of believers growing-up in Christ. Each day we seek to do our job of impacting and influencing our […]
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As You Pray This Week

Dear Praying Friends, Please continue in prayer for the U.S. Board of Village Missions as they begin meeting tomorrow. The Board will be discussing challenging issues, including finances, recruiting, our pension plan, and board member recruitment. Our friends at Association of North American Missions are kicking off their Leadership Mentoring program this week. The Elisha […]
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N Lansing, NY

We had a tragic and unexpected death. A couple, barely fifty, faithfully attends each week. Lately their daughter and her family had also been attending. One Sunday following a service, they all went to the diner and then went home to enjoy family.  At 3:00 p.m. the mom, age 51, had a stroke. Two days […]
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