January 21- Alan & Bonnie Klein, Sutherland’s River, NS

Our field is located in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, just off the TransCanada Highway, on the way to Cape Breton Island. Pray that God would give us a continued passion for the unsaved, and that God would enable us to be a strong evangelical voice in an area where many of the churches no longer […]
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January 14—Greg & Susan Petrie, Stonyford, CA

Stonyford is in northern California, about midway between Redding and Sacramento. It’s in the eastern foothills of the coast mountain range, with rolling hills and oak trees. There are many retired people in the area, along with some ranchers, US Forestry Service employees, and self-employed people. Pray for wisdom and unity as the church moves […]
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January 7—David & Linda Gustafson, Clover Valley, WA

 A river runs through it…and so does an interstate freeway. Old farmhouses are rapidly becoming surrounded by a harvest of housing developments, cropping up in fields that once grew produce and lilacs. In the past, Woodland (where our church is located) was an independent logging town. In the present, it’s one of the latest havens […]
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December 31—David & Serena Carr, Lenwood, CA

Lenwood is located on historic Route 66, just west of Barstow in the high desert region of southern CA. The area is a melting pot, having a highly diverse culture with people from all areas of the country and from all walks of life. Having people from such varied backgrounds brings incredible blessings within the […]
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December 24—Ken & Joyce Weldon, Montville Center, CT

We are located in the southeast corner of the state; the church is in a rural area, surrounded closely by cities and suburbs. There are several elderly people in the church family who are in poor health and need God’s grace. We’re also praying for God’s direction in reaching the new families that are building […]
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December 17—Steve & Sharon Waite, Wytopitlock, ME

We are located 40 miles south of Houlton and 90 miles north of Bangor.  We are a small town in the most southern part of Aroostook County and have a population of less than 400 people. Wytopitlock is a community with much history in the woods industry, and continues to provide employment for many of […]
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December 10—Len & Helen Trenholm, Meadow Creek, BC

Nestled in a beautiful but remote valley in south-central British Columbia between Kootenay and Duncan Lakes, Meadow Creek is a year-round playground, with high country skiing in the winter and four-wheeling and boating in the summer. Over the past year we have seen a major downturn in our local lumber industry, which is our main […]
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December 3 – Vern & Cindy Wilkinson, NW District Representatives

We are the District Representatives in Washington and Alaska. We are responsible to support 33 missionary families, recruit new missionaries, open new fields, and otherwise represent Village Missions. Recruiting is the most difficult task. Alaska has a growing need for Village Missionaries. Pray for a potential missionary to complete his fundraising. Pray the Lord to […]
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November 22 – Bruce & Debra Swan, Springfield, ME

The main source of income in our area of northeast Maine is mainly woods-related work—cutting, hauling wood, or making paper. Many communities around us seem to be dying, but our community is growing. People are buying land and building nice homes; most of these people have raised their families but are too young to retire. […]
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November 19 – Gary & Patsy Semenyna, Wasa, BC

Wasa Lake is in the East Kootenay area of British Columbia, between the Purcell & Rocky Mountain Ranges. It’s becoming a vacation hotspot with golf, hiking, cycling, fishing, hot springs and skiing, all within an hour’s drive. Tourism is becoming a major industry, along with the Forestry Service and some cattle ranching. Pray for continued […]
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