Greetings in the Lord Jesus Christ! As this November takes us toward the holiday of Thanksgiving, we want to say THANK YOU to our mission prayer partners and supporters. You will hear briefly from Larry & Sue, then from Havalyn & Jean-Louis. First from the Corrells....
"We are happily at work in Tucson for the next 6 months. It is a real joy to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ, in a loving, caring way, to nearly 900 senior citizens, as their missionary pastor and wife. Someone asked if our winter work was a paid position. We work about 50 hours a week (preaching, Bible training, hospital & nursing home calling, home visitation, counseling, and praying) and receive $110 per week... or $2860 for 6 month mission. We really DO count on and appreciate your continued support for this part of our ministry, just as we do for the remainder of our mission to Belgium, England, and South Africa. In the 2 winters that we've been in Tucson, people have come to Christ for salvation, some have dramatically grown in their faith, and others are intentionally seeking for God. Thank you for "walking with us" among our people...making it possible for us to share the love of Jesus every day in the desert."
And, now, from the Duchennes...
"Bon Jour...to all of you who know us and pray for us back there in America. Jean-Louis and I have had a whirl-wind summer. First our wedding in July, then a beautiful honeymoon, and finally getting settled in our flat in Auvelais, Belgium. Immediately, we found ourselves involved in mission in our community. At first I (Havalyn) had to get back into my French language classes in Namur. Then I found myself counseling women who were having serious family and life-threatening personal issues. Jean-Louis began a time of training with Pstr David Doyen that will lead him into eldership and ministry in our community. Together, we are now organising our Gospel outreach work through what we call Club Tournesol (for young adults), Teen Club, and friendship Bible times. I'm back in Worship ministry and one of the things that takes time is translating my English-language songs into French. Jean-Louis and I must earn the trust of the community as a bi-national couple and we know it will take time. So, we trust Jesus, we love His people, and we are ready to work hard. Thank you for remembering us and our mission."
FROM LARRY & SUE CORRELL AND FROM JEAN-LOUIS AND HAVALYN (NESLER) DUCHENNE, FOR TIMOTHY MINISTRIES... HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU!
BLESS YOU! WORKING ON YOUR BEHALF...
Larry & Sue :)
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