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Nate & Rhoda Jore (Uganda)

Published February 19, 2014

http://thejorefamily.wordpress.com/2014/02/18/please-pray/ Please pray Posted on February 18, 2014 by The Jore Family So much has happened since we last posted. We had hoped, by this time, to begin building our home in the village. Those plans have been put on hold through a surprising and unforeseen turn of events. In order to stay and work in this country, we (and all other foreigners) need to have a work permit. Work permits are issued at the immigration department in Kampala, and are usually good for 1-3 years before needing to be renewed. In October we applied for the renewal of Nate’s work […]

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Miriam Children’s Home – Brazil

Published February 5, 2014

Miriam Children’s Home – Feb, 2014 report

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Rosebud Reservation Report

Published February 5, 2014

Rosebud Reservation Feb, 2014

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2014 FA-WMF Schedule

Published January 21, 2014

January 22, 2014 – 7:30 pm Devotions:  Wilma Herr                                 Worship Offering: Norma Mogck Program: Mary Friederich                             Hostesses: Carol Bietz & Myra Weber Bulletins to GSS-Tripp: Glendora Zeitner   Bible Study Leader: Glendora Zeitner   February 19, 2014 – 7:30 pm Devotions:  Myra Weber                                Worship Offering: Sara Bitterman Program: Glendora Zeitner                           Hostesses: Sara Bitterman & Norma Mogck Bulletins to GSS-Tripp: Karen Huether       Bible Study Leader: Glendora Zeitner   March 19, 2014 – 8:30 pm (following Lenten services) Bulletins to GSS-Tripp: […]

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Ukraine Bible School Fundraiser

Published September 17, 2013

                On September 8th, we held a burger/brat cookout in order to raise funds for the International Bible School in Petrodolina, Ukraine [click here for youtube video on the Bible school project].  This mission hits close to home as many people from the area of Tripp-Delmont are descendants of Germans who had immigrated to America from this area of the Ukraine – in fact, some came from this very village of Petrodolina (also known as Peterstal).  It was a beautiful evening – warm weather, good food, and wonderful fellowship.  It was also a good way to introduce the community to […]

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