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TEAM UPDATES

Official Statement Regarding Team Peru

By | May 24th, 2017|Team Peru|

It grieves us to announce that the leader of Team Peru has disqualified himself from serving as team leader and as an FBMI missionary. We have asked Missionary Zach Foust to assume the responsibilities of team leader for this present time. [...]

Team Indo-Phil Update: Sweet Accomplishments

By | May 13th, 2017|Prayer Letters, Randy DeMoville Family, Team Indo-Phil, Team Updates|

“The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul . . . ." (Proverbs 13:19) Thank you, thank you, thank you for your continued support and prayers that allow us to continue to serve the Lord and the people of International Baptist Church, Dumag [...]

Team Ghana National Pastor Spotlight: Many in Village Getting to Understand the True Gospel

By | April 21st, 2017|Team Ghana, Team Updates, Ted Speer Family|

Thank you for partnering with Team Ghana and our church-planting efforts. Please pray that, through these men, their families, and ministries, Christ would be magnified. Pastor Rexford Aning “Anas Boateng is a Muslim convert who has been in [...]

Team Ghana Update: May the Word Have Free Course

By | April 18th, 2017|Team Ghana, Team Updates, Ted Speer Family|

For this month’s update, I wanted to share with you a testimony from Rexford Aning. He was reached by our church. He attended our Bible college and graduated with his bachelor’s degree in June 2012 and with his master’s degree in February o [...]

Ghana National Pastor Spotlight: A Need for Land in the City

By | April 13th, 2017|Team Ghana, Team Updates, Ted Speer Family|

Thank you for partnering with Team Ghana and our church-planting efforts. Please pray that, through these men, their families, and ministries, the Word of God would be glorified. Pastor Collins Agyei “I have been praying for laborers in my [...]

Missionary #6501 Prayer Letter: Something Worth Believing!

By | March 20th, 2017|Missionary #6501, Prayer Letters, Team Eurasia, Team Updates|

 Something Worth Believing An 18-year-old has been attending our language school for several months. He attends public high school as a senior and was taking classes because he needed at least an 800 on his SAT to attend the university of h [...]

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