SOMEONE MUST TELL THEM
by Kelli | Taiwan
The words of the Gospel have power!
Every day FMC’s Taiwan team heads off to school. On campus, nine times out of ten, the person we are speaking to hasn’t heard the Good News. It’s true… many have never even heard the name of Jesus!
I want to thank you sincerely for your prayers and faithful support of Family Missions Company. God continues to use this ministry in awesome ways to bring the Gospel to the ends of the earth, and to be Christ’s hands in service to the poor. He is continuing to grow our organization in unbelievable ways: we currently have over 150 missionaries serving in 8 countries around the world, and more are coming! I encourage you to read these reports from our missionaries in the field and see the amazing ways He is using their presence and your support to build His kingdom.
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Have A Reason to Live
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New post, new team, new culture, new people that the Lord has put into my life to love. How free and wonderful is His love to us! Being a third year missionary and spending the past two years where the Gospel message was difficult to convey to the people, I am in awe of the amazing new opportunities to share...
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF
Jack Ball, Rachel Broussard, Mazil Trahan Couvillon, Robert deGraauw, Mark Jerzy Eckstine, Nora Faulk, Charles Feger, Juliana Gerami, Nancy Johnson, Ezekiel Kiehl, Pat Lake, Stephen Marshall Leblanc, Dr. Robert Louviere, Wendy McCulloch, Sr. Claire Metrejean, Stanley Miller, John Patrick Minahan, J. John Montesano, Jr., Angie Roberts, Donald Romero, William Ward Rucks III, Claire Schneck, Eleanor Vandevort, Bill Wencel, Delores Young
IN HONOR OF
Candice Brooks, Fr. Brian Harrington