John & Candy Adams, Hauser, OR

We were blessed to see several people take the significant spiritual step of baptism. Because we believe this is a personal declaration of allegiance to Christ, we require those who are baptized to request baptism and then have a brief conversation with me. Our conversation explores their conversion, the meaning of baptism, and why they […]
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As you pray this week!

On behalf of all of us here at Village Missions, we would like to say, “Merry Christmas.”   We thank you for continual lifting our Village Missions family in prayer.  We pray that you will have a blessed Christmas as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Because of increased demands in the Village Missions […]
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December 28: Chip & Laura Farnsworth, Munden, KS

We’re in north/central KS, not far from NE. The town has a population of 100 people. Most occupations are farm-related. The terrain is mostly flat – good for farming. We’re the only church in town that is open. The other church is a Catholic one that has services once a month. Pray for the Awana […]
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As you pray this week!

Because of increased demands in the Village Missions office and the need for accounting duties to be separated for accountability and to institute safeguards, Village Missions will be hiring a staff bookkeeper/office manager as soon as possible.  Please pray with us for just the right person to fulfill this ministry.  Judie and Mike Jones will […]
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Cliff & Casey Horr, San de Fuca, WA

Our “First Sunday of the Month Potluck,” traditional and unskipped in well over 20 years, is now held in our new fellowship hall. There has been some “tweaking” due to space considerations, but it seems to be working well. To help with dampening the sound in the new space, we mounted quilt display racks on […]
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December 21: Bob & Cheryl Fletcher, Dilley, OR

We’re located in rural Willamette Valley, with a population of 30,000. Pray for the church to share Christ with others, and this year’s focus on the book of Genesis.
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As You Pray This Week

Village Missions is working through a health care transition, as well as some changes here at the International Service Center. With Christmas approaching, some staff members will be taking some time off. We appreciate your prayers for these requests, and for the rest listed in the full article.
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Ryan & Jenneke Schnee, Middle Lake, SK

Church ladies initiate shoe box giving!
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December 14: Clayton & Cindy Brown, Philipsburg, MT

Philipsburg is a small town of about 800 people that is nestled in the Montana Rocky Mountains. Philipsburg is the county seat for Granite County and was once a bustling community of several thousand people, but in recent years has been in decline.
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As You Pray This Week

Village Missions U.S. is involved in a major transition in the health care it provides its missionaries, mostly through the churches. We supplement some of the costs (about $185,000 last fiscal year) for churches that cannot afford the health insurance. We are switching January 1 to combination of a Christian sharing ministry, health reimbursement account, […]
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Bill & Rebecca Troxel, Nenana, AK

Visitation for death can be a great ministry, as we all know. Recently, the visitation was following the death of a beloved pet. The family does not elevate animals to the level of humans, but they love these creatures of God deeply and take their responsibility to steward them seriously. The loss was deep and […]
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December 7: Terry & Jane Baskin, Grindrod, BC

  Grindrod is a quiet farming community located in a beautiful valley, enclosed on two sides by forested mountains. There is a lack of employment opportunities in the community, so those who do work usually have to commute. The mild climate here makes it attractive to retirees who like the “country.” The village itself is […]
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