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Marvin Bowers, SAMS Missionary Bridger, has been serving in Peru. Read his latest update: Dear Friends and Family, Last week I made a trip from Lima to Juliaca. This industrial, trading city is located in the Andres at about 14,000 feet not far from Lake Titicaca. I...read more
I am the first to tell my students that testimonies are powerful; by hearing about what God has done, we are encouraged our faith is built up. Yet for some reason, I struggle with whether the same can be said of my own testimony.
This is the semester in which the chaplaincy…
Bonnie and I wish we were able to post somewhat more frequently and comprehensively, but the frustrations of computer technology render our intentions null and void. I started to write this post (putting up with random shifts of the cursor … Continue reading → …read more
We hope as Spring approaches that any lingering snow has become a memory, and that you are being blessed by God. We are thinking of our many wonderful friends today and are praying for your work, ministry, health, family and church congregation.We have had good...read more
Monday through Thursday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. we spend at the Cornerstone Student Center which is just across the street from our room. We have three classes each day at 3, 5, and 7. The students sign up … Continue reading → …read more
QUICK MINISTRY UPDATE: After a weather delay, missionaries Kevin and Donna Steckline arrived in Toliara about a week ago. The day after they arrived they traveled with the bishop, a team of evangelists, a local doctor, and two nuns to set up a clinic in a remote village. Over 200 patients…read more
Sat Wat Dee Ka. Although we eat out most of the time because we have no way to cook in our room, we do shop for snacks, fruit, etc. at the grocery. There are many interesting choices but we tend … Continue reading → …read more