Tuesday, June 27, 2017  | 
 
This month the Missions Committee would like to highlight the family of Rob and Iris, with their children Stephanie, Peter and Marissa, who are serving in the US, in Massachusetts.  Their ministry consists of recruiting and movilizing in the northeast states for the Muslim world, and overseeing field work among Muslims Translation work.  They are asking for:
  • Rob - As he recruits and mobilizes new workers for World Outreach and Frontiers, for God's leading to those whom He is calling and for safe travels as he speaks frequently at missions events.
  • Iris - As she works on final checking and recording of the Jesus and Magdalena films in two dialects, her linguistic and Bible translation classes that she is taking in preparation for work on the New Testament translation of "Puk" and for her to find a native "Puk" speaker in North America with whom she could work regularly.
  • Both - to have wisdom in overseeing ongoing church planting efforts in Central Asia with Frontiers as they coach several team ad make regular visits.
  • Their children - (Stephanie at Gordon College, Peter and Marissa in public high school) with their ongoing adjustment to life in the US and for their daily walk with God so they are "light and salt" in their schools.
For more information about the EPC's World Outreach, check out their website at www.epcwo.org

 

This month the Missions Committee would like to highlight the family of Rob and Iris, with their children Stephanie, Peter and Marissa, who are serving in the US, in Massachusetts.  Their ministry consists of recruiting and movilizing in the northeast states for the Muslim world, and overseeing field work among Muslims Translation work.  They are asking for:
  • Rob - As he recruits and mobilizes new workers for World Outreach and Frontiers, for God's leading to those whom He is calling and for safe travels as he speaks frequently at missions events.
  • Iris - As she works on final checking and recording of the Jesus and Magdalena films in two dialects, her linguistic and Bible translation classes that she is taking in preparation for work on the New Testament translation of "Puk" and for her to find a native "Puk" speaker in North America with whom she could work regularly.
  • Both - to have wisdom in overseeing ongoing church planting efforts in Central Asia with Frontiers as they coach several team ad make regular visits.
  • Their children - (Stephanie at Gordon College, Peter and Marissa in public high school) with their ongoing adjustment to life in the US and for their daily walk with God so they are "light and salt" in their schools.
For more information about the EPC's World Outreach, check out their website at www.epcwo.org

 

 
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coffehouse~9:00am
nursery~9:30am
sunday school~9:30am
worship~10:45am

contact us
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clay center, ks 67432
p: 785.632.2813
fpcclaycenter@gmail.com

office
monday - thursday
8:30 - 12:30;
1:30 - 5:00
friday
8:30 - 1:00  

 

 
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