March 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Winnett

March 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cary Miller


“And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”” Romans 10:15

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There are frequently quoted passages where the apostle Paul shows fondness for words compounded with the prefix “syn‟ (meaning ‘with’). These compounds have two main functions: one, to emphasize Paul’s union with the crucified and risen Christ, and the other, to emphasize his fellowship with other Christians, especially those actively engaged in propagating the gospel. Our congregation is blessed to have fellowship with so many fellow workers.

This shares a note from our good brother Mike Udam in Nigeria, thanking us of our partnership in the gospel. Keep all of our fellow workers in your prayers. For the elders, Ken D


Today, my wife and I spent some quality time together and reviewed the giant progress we have made in the vineyard even though as unprofitable servants and we have no option left than to thank you all for allowing yourselves to be used by God to support our work out here. To God be the glory.

Photo by Mike Udam

For 7 years and 8 months now, your support has expanded the impact of the gospel in Northern Cross River state of Nigeria and beyond.

From 27 souls in 2013 July, my congregation has grown numerically to over 250 as of today and the number lost not up to 10 due to sin.

We have impacted the village and indeed the results coming from there is making us not mind the very bad road and all the harsh condition of working there.

We are indeed grateful to you for having faith in us and supporting our work.

Our current needs are a strong vehicle to move around the villages and good health to do the work.

We don’t lack food and shelter. We equally don’t lack the resources to care for the school needs of our three children. Your support has blessed us beyond expectation and we are truly grateful.

Keep us in your prayers and for sure, we will work tirelessly in the vineyard of the Lord as long as the Lord lives Lord willing.

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