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In land of volcanoes learning Spanish!

Sarah volcanoe3Sarah Burr, headed for ministry in Paraguay, is first studying Spanish in Guatemala. She is into her fourth week and besides learning Spanish, is helping to teach English to Guatemalan children who are on school break, and getting to explore some of God’s beautiful creation around Xela, including climbing old volcanoes overlooking active ones! You can read more on her blog or read her most recent prayer letter here.

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PLEASE PRAY! -Ebola in West Africa: Oct. 27

prayerdayTim and Beth Heiney, missionaries to Guinea — together with other missionaries from the region — are urgently appealing for Christians to join together in a day of prayer and fasting for the 3 countries devastated by the Ebola virus outbreak: Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. (See their appeal letter HERE).

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Sarah Burr estudia español en Guatemala

map_of_guatemalaSarah Burr, DCE intern from Concordia University Chicago, this week began her studies of Spanish in preparation for her missionary service in Paraguay. She is studying at the ICA language school and immersing herself in the language and culture where she is living with a local family in the highlands Read More

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Chile! Tinos embark on new outreach ministry.

With preparations completed, Jim and Liisa Tino boarded a plane to begin their ministry in Santiago, Chile today!  As previous missionaries to Latin America, they already are fluent in Spanish, and so they are hitting the ground running on arrival.  At the same time, they ask for prayers as they look for a house, buy a vehicle and get set up for a new life in Chile.

Jim continues as Director of GLO, serving in that office now while working, together with Liisa, in evangelism and church planting with the Lutheran church in Chile. Learn more at their website.

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Prayer update for Moses’ family in Guinea

Tim and Beth Heiney now ask for prayer for the family of Moses, the Lutheran clinic worker who was missing in Guinea, West Africa. They update that authorities have discovered the bodies of Moses and other clinic personnel tragically murdered in the depraved chaos which arose out of the spreading panic from ebola.

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