IMC Missionary Updates

April 2018 Brenda Dueck Update

During the months of October and November, God answered a number of prayers that I have been praying about since my arrival in Cambodia.

First, we were able to send 12 kids from the Railway Community to school. I had been praying that God would open doors for the kids to receive an education. I am very grateful to Him for favour with all the right people in order to make this happen.
 

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[The first day of school for these precious ones.]

April 2018 Gloria Mulder Update

Hi Friends and Family,

I hope this finds you well. We are currently in the end of summer. I am looking forward to having some cooler weather soon.

I’ve been learning recently that loving people is one of the greatest things in life. Rather than just focusing on the task at hand, I have found that there is more joy in connecting with people’s hearts and just being with them, without agenda; simply enjoying their company and who they are.

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April 2018 Sarah Masson Update

It’s hard to explain and verbalize what life is like in this district of Malawi, but I will try to give you a glimpse into life here! Every day is fluid and you can start the day with a schedule of duties, but end the day having done a whole other set of more pressing, unplanned and urgent duties.

April 2018 Jason Dueck Update

Even though Brazil has a large evangelical population, there are still many areas that are ‘unreached’, where there are no local churches to disciple or share the good news about Jesus. One of our goals for 2018 is to bring the gospel to villages that are still unreached. We recently had the opportunity to go to one such village, Cafundó, which literally means ‘forsaken place’. Cafundó is hidden away on top of a mountain. This village is so out of the way that it was unknown to the government until 2011.

April 2018 Don & Elizabeth Kantel Update

One of the shocking realities of life in Mozambique is death in Mozambique. The low level of health care and health awareness throughout the country is the major contributing factor to Mozambique's statistical life expectancy of only 45 years! It seems that every week we hear of another completely unexpected death; and all too frequently the latest victim is just far too young to die by any measure.

April 2018 Jen Jewett Update

Our work on the riverside continues, teaching about Jesus, hygiene, how to stay safe from strangers, and working with families to keep their children and grandchildren safe. The past several months we have been working on developing the investigation side of our work. We've hired a full time investigator who works closely with our riverfront team but separate from our kids clubs, so he can remain anonymous.

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