His Grace is Sufficient

Last week, in our His Grace is Sufficient quick update, we talked about Sylvia not being able to go to Mbewa Village because of a funeral that happened in the village. Everything comes to a standstill when there is a funeral. All adults are mandated to attend the funeral. No one goes to work and...

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Kamoyo Village Outreach

An evangelism team from the Grace Churches in Malawi visited Kamoyo village to conduct an outreach event at which many people committed their lives to Christ Jesus. One of the team leaders, Yamikani, shared that as a result, there was a great number of people who attended a church service the last...

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The Rabenolds Have Been Busy!

(Cover photo: Ted’s chicks have arrived. Chickens are highly valued in Tanzania for meat and eggs. Ted will be offering training in chicken farming this coming dry season.) It has been a fun month for Ted and Kim as they have been receiving visitors for agricultural training. Due to Covid-19...

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Praise from the Menors!

Big praise from the Menors who are preparing for the field of Paraguay! “We praise the Lord that even with all the difficulties brought by the pandemic, we are close to 70% of our goal for monthly funds and we’re very close to reaching our special projects goal (for set-up costs and a...

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Guidance, Perseverance, and Patience

Congratulations to Ronnie and Jaque Mackensen! They have officially finished their Spanish classes they have been taking in Nicaragua! A total of 647 hours of in-class study! We are so proud of them! They shared, “We thank God for His continued guidance and for the perseverance and patience...

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Update on Aaron Cordero

Aaron Cordero, GMI missionary candidate for Nicaragua who is currently living in Costa Rica, is very much looking forward to arriving on the field and beginning his ministries for the Lord. Once Aaron arrives in Nicaragua, he will engage in many ministries. In addition to discipleship...

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The “American Dream”

They were living the “American Dream.” He had been a software engineer for 17 years. She had a degree in communications, and after working a few years, became a stay-at-home mom. They had four kids ages 5-11 when they began to sense God had something different in store for their lives....

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Update from the Gularts

“We wanted to let you know that we are doing well, thanks to God. We are staying in Wayne, NJ, and are visiting churches every weekend. We continue serving the church in Paraguay online.  Alex is teaching every week, 4 different Bible Studies, and preaching every other Sunday. Deltha is...

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GMI’s Pursuit of Vision 2023

“One of the essential elements of opening new fields in pursuit of Vision 2023 is new missionaries. Last month we introduced you to our newest GMI missionary, Aaron Cordero. Including his home church in Costa Rica, we are thrilled to share that he has now raised $200 of the $1,761 of monthly...

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Building Bridges in Malawi

Since April, GMI has been promoting a project to build a bridge over a river in Malawi where several people have been killed or maimed by crocodiles while trying to cross to the other side. This month, GMI missionaries Jack and Jane, serving in this region of Malawi, are so grateful to the Lord to...

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Serve Wherever the Lord Places You

In Mbeya, Tanzania, GMI missionary John Caprari took advantage of his time outside of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, during the coronavirus pandemic working with ten young church leaders in the area of missions. During this training spanning parts of two weeks, John shared God’s heart for missions, a...

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