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Dear Friends and Family, This is Missy writing. What a time we’ve had! And I mean that in every way. We are thrilled to be here in San Ignacio with David and Mary Beth and many lovely Belizeans. Annabelle wrote in her journal that her “first day in Belize was fun,...read more
SAMS and a few SAMS Missionaries will be at Urbana18 and they look forward to meeting you there! Urbana is an eye-opening global missions conference, a sacred space for college and graduate students, faculty, and church leaders to hear God’s call. Are you...read more
God’s business is putting things right. - Psalm 11:7 (The Message)I shared this verse with a member of our congregation and two other directors from the social services ministry of Cochabamba. Right before we went into a hospital room to pray last rites with a...read more
The following comes from SAMS Missionary Amanda Scott serving in Honduras: Hondurans are clear about from whom all blessings flow. The last team of 2018 came at the end of October. In addition to all the other usual activities, they decided they wanted...read more
Hello! My name is Avalyn Hicks (or Ava for short). I want to tell you a little bit about my life in the Solomons. Enjoy! WASHING CLOTHES Since we don’t have a washing machine, we have to wash our clothes in the river. Sometimes I go with our house-girl,...read more
This letter features two testimonies, one from our Brazilian friend Valdomiro Santos, and a personal confession from Ron.
Dear Pastor Ron and Debby and your financial & prayer partners, I want to highlight the importance of Pastor Ron and Debby in our lives. From the moment we first met this couple, their willingness and joy of serving the Lord Jesus in another nation inspired us.
First, I speak of my relationship with Rev. Ronald, when I learned that I was going to be discipled by Pastor Ron, I thought, “How will it be?” I do not speak English and he is learning Portuguese and still had difficulty, I faced the challenge with great joy and today we do not need Google translator anymore, today the Portuguese spoken by Pastor Ron is excellent and this man of God has been fundamental in my life.
I will make some reports: