The results are in: 3.06!
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by Lance and Laura Ostman
5d ago
To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven: Ecclesiastes 3:1 (NKJV) Results: In our last update, we asked for prayers for our health. One of the first things we did when we arrived in town last week for our break was go to the lab at the hospital to get Lance’s PSA test. The results were ready that afternoon. My number went from 5.7 earlier this year to 3.06! Praise the Lord with us and thank you for praying! Laura didn’t see a doctor during our break since it’s difficult to get to the bottom of her issues in just a week. She has started a gluten-free diet and is li ..read more
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Chu’u, an answer with deep meaning
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by Hans and Liliana Frank
5d ago
*|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* In the Gospel according to Matthew, chapter 13 from verse 44 to 48 we find the Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl.  In the first parable we find that the treasure is found in a field (according to the Parable of the Sower, the field is the world; therefore the treasure is the people who are in the world. People appreciated but different from each other, like a treasure with jewels of precious metals, gold coins, vessels of great value, etc.) From that story we can interpret that the one who finds ..read more
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While you are sleeping…
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by David and Joyce Hilt
6d ago
Church planting efforts continue in many third world countries throughout the world ‘while you are sleeping’ as well as during your awaking hours among people groups located in Central and South America.  There’s not a day goes by that an Ethnos360 missionary team is not teaching the Bible somewhere throughout the world.  Its springtime here in the USA so I am reminded of the ‘planting season.’  The rain comes down to water the earth and cause the seeds to sprout and grow up and produce crops.  In like manner, God’s Word goes forth and produces good fruit in the hearts of t ..read more
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The Necessity of Adequate Training for Church Planting
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by David and Joyce Hilt
6d ago
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you read the words, “Isi mplyd ontun dersta ndathi ngiamrea ding.”  Does anything sound familiar?  Is there anything similar to what you may use in conversation?  Or is it totally foreign to you? Sounds in an unfamiliar language can be downright confusing and utterly mind-boggling.  But what would you say if I were to tell you the above words are a part of our English language?   You would think I am crazy.  But take another look at the sentence and see if you can decipher what it says. Did you catch it?  I ..read more
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Aviation Fuel Shortage
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by David and Joyce Hilt
6d ago
Last month we put out a plea for prayer on social media about an aviation fuel shortage in Papua New Guinea.  Our planes and helicopters are dependent upon uninterrupted fuel supplies to service missionaries living & ministering in remote locations among unreached people throughout the country.  No fuel means that there will be no flights to provide our personnel with necessary supplies for their monthly needs. We can relate to this as back in the day when we lived interior the plane was down for repair and awaiting parts from abroad.  We went for a period of over three week ..read more
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With Jesus
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by Stephen and Ginger Jordan
1w ago
It is with grateful hearts that we share with you that my mom, Sue Watters, went to be with Jesus yesterday.  Ginger and Sue I, Ginger, am so thankful that we returned to the States when we did.  When we first got back, Mom was doing pretty well, and we were able to spend some time together.  Her joy was to teach children, and she was still teaching two weekly Bible clubs in local schools, as well as teaching the story in Awana each week in her church.  Her goal was to be able to finish these times of teaching, and to be able to finish the month of March well.  And God ..read more
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Mid-Spring
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by DJ and Jennifer Searcy
1w ago
Thank you so much for praying for us over the past month. Galilee had a botox treatment as scheduled. The neurologist agreed that there isn’t much reason to be on so many medications if the migraines have stayed about the same. So Galilee has gone off one medication already, and will probably go off the others one at a time while monitoring to make sure the migraines at least don’t worsen. This has been a long road, and we are so thankful to all of you who have not grown weary in lifting up this need to the Lord with us. DJ will have IT team meetings in Florida next week. Pray that the meeti ..read more
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I bet your brain WILL let you read this sentence well!
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by Susie
1w ago
Do you remember the messed-up English sentence that was the title of my last blog post?  It was to show you the challenge we were facing at our vowel party in Senegal and to ask for your prayers.  Now I am here to say thank you for your prayers and that Iʼm safely back home! Over the course of 14 days, we played with vowels – looking at every vowel in about 1200 words, listening to it and comparing it with other vowels at least two or three times.  That is what is going on in the picture above – they are sorting the words, on little papers, by vowel.  (I don’t know i ..read more
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This Changes Everything!
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by Matt and Karissa Long
1w ago
  SATURDAY March 30, 2024 “I grew up in a little town. Used to sing in the old church house. There in the pew where I used to hide. Learned the story bout the man who died. Well I was sure I heard that He got back up. But as we broke the bread and drank the cup. Seemed the faces told another tale. They were as dry as the bread was stale. Did I miss something? Was I not supposed to cry? Did they hear the preacher, “Jesus is alive”? If this is true, this changes everything. If this is real, I’ve got to tell the world.” – Matt Papa “And if Christ has not been raised, then your fa ..read more
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Spicer Spring Update
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by Walter and Cheryl Spicer
2w ago
 Happy Easter! I trust that you and your families are having a wonderful Easter celebration. It is with a Our grandchildren at Christmas time 2023 thankful heart that we reflect on His death, burial, and resurrection. That is the heart of the Gospel and the message we need to take to our neighbors and beyond. Our time in the US is speeding by! We are so thankful to be home at this time, visiting friends and family. We are staying with Cheryl’s parents. Her father is 90 years old and his health has not been well and he has fallen a few times. Pray that he will get well and that his strengt ..read more
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