The BBC Missionaries
We have decided to make Port Angeles, Washington our home and live in our 5th wheel trailer on our son’s property. Jason and Shelli are going through some trials and they really would like for us to stay. So, we are going to stay with them and minister to them. Our first grandson, Asher, turns 18 today and now we realize that we have missed much of his life as well as all of the grand children.
It is great privilege for us to serve our Heavenly Father together with you. Your prayer and financial support is very important for us. I am so much grateful to our Lord for you. Thank you so much for everything that you’re doing for us! May our Heavenly Father bless you abundantly for your faithful ministry in Ukraine and provide your every need by the riches of His mercy!
Debbie with husband, Kirt (deceased), invested 28 years in Nayarit and have worked with nationals in establishing a number of distinct churches. Each church and every group or culture of people with whom they have been privileged to work has been unique. The small village works have been known for their warm, “country” hospitality. The primitive Huichol Indian works are intriguing for their radical change to Christ from the worship of over 150 Huichol gods. In Tepic they have been working with city people, who in the past may have never darkened the door of an evangelical Christian church. The Iglesia Bíblica Bautista de Tepic now has an average of 150 in attendance, a discipleship program, an Awana Club, and an active high school-college group. The Lord opened up a greater ministry than they ever dreamed possible with the most loving and caring body of believers in Mexico.
The monthly mission news sheet mailed to donors comes from my pen. Occasionally someone requests that I write an article. The end of 2012 I wrote nine articles for a new UIM newsletter, which UIM hopes to publish three or four times a year.
In January my coworker and I started up the second semester younger Native girls’ club. We added a new girl, bringing the number to four. Last Thursday we restarted the teen girls’ club. Several girls have moved from the area, so we are down to two teens. My coworker can no longer assist with that club, so I’m praying for the Lord’s direction in finding a helper.