Archive for May, 2009

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

May 31: Chad & Jenny Haneman, Olmstedville, NY

hanemansLocated in the magnificent Adirondack Mountains, the area has many outdoor activities to offer. Hiking, rock climbing, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, and fishing are some activities available. Logging and tourism are the main industries, with many traveling to more populated areas for work. Pray for our Prayer, Care & Share groups to continue to be beneficial as we strive to accomplish Acts 2:42. Also, pray that our small groups, which are attended by a big majority of church members, would continue to encourage and motivate those who attend.


Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

May 24: Darrel & Cathy Miller, Brown County, IN

miller-darrel-cathy-apr-07We are in the scenic hills of southern Indiana, close to Indianapolis and Bloomington. Pray for outreach opportunities for youth and young families. Pray that believers in the church would have a passion to reach their friends and family for Christ. Pray for our outreach into the public schools with Good News Clubs.


Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

May 17: Don & Kathryn Kunkel, District Representative

don-kunkelMy district is ID, MT, WY, SD, and ND. Pray that our visits with missionaries and churches will be encouraging and helpful. Pray that visits with potential missionaries will be fruitful. Pray for safety and protection as we travel. Pray that we will be made aware of any struggling churches in our district that can use the help of Village Missions.


Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

May 10: Jim & Lennie Bredow, Lake California, CA

bredowLake California is a gated community located 3 miles from I-5, halfway between Redding and Red Bluff, CA.  There are about 1200 single family homes in this community, one mini-mart, and one community building.  Nearly all the residents are Bay Area or LA Area transplants. There is a good mix of young and retired families. We are still praying for land within or very near Lake California to build a future church facility. Meeting in the community building presents many challenges. We continue to pray that our congregation will grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.


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