Tsushima Volunteer Mission Report – December 2022

To my surprise, the starter motor, which had not been running at all, suddenly started spinning vigorously, and the engine started immediately. Mr. Kiritani, who was watching beside me, stood there speechless, staring at me in amazement.

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Bolivia Industrial School – May 2022 Report (PDF)

My name is Ilvia Lisbeth, I am 17 years old and I am in my final year of secondary school.

I arrived at UETIRG in 2018 because I wanted to learn new things and change my routine that I had at home. When I first arrived, life was very different for me, for example getting out of bed at 5 am, the work and the things they taught about God. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as Seventh-day Adventists because I had never heard of this church before.

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Tsushima Volunteer Mission Report – April 2022

Praise be to the name of the Lord!  Ten years have passed since we moved to Tsushima to share God’s love with the islanders who do not know the Lord. When we first came to this small remote island of Japan, I was really worried every day about whether I would be able to make a living as a volunteer missionary without a fixed salary and whether I would be able to support my family.

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Uncle David’s January Frontlines Mission Report

Some years ago, while working in Denmark, I accepted an invitation to join some young people in handing out literature to the public down town. I was quite surprised to see how many people said “No, thank you”. When asked if they belonged to a church, they would respond that they were Lutherans but they had no interest in reading anything religious. Those that did accept the little magazines were primarily foreigners, mostly Hispanics or Romanians. In Scandinavia, as well as some other.     

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Tsushima Volunteer Mission Report – August 2021

Hello, everyone.

We hope that all of you in the Lord are receiving daily encouragement from the Lord and are walking with joy even in the midst of difficult times. In Kyushu, it has been raining heavily like it does at the end of the rainy season. This normally does not happen at this time of the year, and there has been a lot of damage in many places in western Japan.

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Kimbia Mission Academy Report – Summer 2021

Hello, my brothers and sisters, this is our Guyana Mission Report for 2021. We are the Wills family and we have relocated to Guyana, South America on March 31, 2021, to permanently Volunteer as Medical Missionaries. We’d like to give you a little background about us, and what our plans are going forward with God’s work.

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Uncle David’s 2nd Quarter Frontlines Mission Report

Dear Brothers, Sisters and Family,  

     It matters where we look with our eyes and it matters what our hearts are focused on. Many have set their eyes on the world, on wealth and on self, and it isn’t helping them find true happiness. Where did Jesus focus His eyes? Always on His Heavenly Father. That gave Him courage and a clear understanding of His purpose.

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Grenada Family Network Report – Spring 2021

It’s kite season in Grenada. Each year from around January to May the wind blows nearly every day. There is almost always a gentle breeze except for when there are tropical storms in the Atlantic which block the northeasterly trade winds, but the winter and spring months are kite season.

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Tsushima Volunteer Mission Report – May 2021

Spring has already arrived here, and cherry blossoms and rape seed blossoms can be seen everywhere.

This month, we had the graduation ceremony for my eldest daughter from elementary school, and I just want to thank God for meeting our needs and protecting and supporting us through many years. I really feel that God is always with us.

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Tsushima Volunteer Mission Report – January 2021

Greetings Friends,

God is still at work. Here on Tsushima Island, we had 9 patients with coronavirus last year, and fortunately, they were all discharged from the hospital. I am praying also that God protects you and your family from the coronavirus.

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