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Please pray for Scott and Iptissam McCarty (Missionary Prayer Handbook Day 11—France). They are both scheduled for surgeries in November. Scott will have a one-month recovery time and Iptissam, two months.

With the recent news of a cyclone hit in India, and an earthquake in the Philippines, we are reminded to pray for these nations (Missionary Prayer Handbook pages 32–34 and 38–41). While we wait for reports from our friends and co-laborers in...

Continued fighting in the DR Congo
Mert Wolcott received word yesterday that over 100,000 people are now displaced by the fighting between the militia and the Congolese Army in the region. The population of Aveba have fled, and the militia General Cobra and his troops are headquartered there. The Congo Army controls the road and much of the territory to the north between...

We received the following prayer request from workers in Kenya. Please join us in praying for this country.

"Please continue to pray for the situation in Nairobi, Kenya. The shooting in Westgate shopping mall (1 km away from our place) on Sept 21 took many lives. Some are missing. The hostage situation continues on day 3. Gun shots, explosions and smoke from the building. Our daughter's...

We were privileged to have representatives from OMSC (Open-door Missionary Service Committee) visit with us. OMSC is a sister organization of CMML in South Korea.
Pictured left to right are: Andrew Kim (2013 MOP attendee and coordinator of this meeting), Kun Shin Park (OMSC Chairman), Joshua Yee (OMSC Editor), and Sung-Min Park (Kun Shin’s son).

 

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Missions August edition is currently available and has already arrived in many homes. This month’s issue includes articles by Chris Zito in Italy, Don and Elva Brooks in Zambia, Bill and Angela Loudon in Colombia, the MOP 2013 report, an update from Gordon Hanna titled, “One Year Later: An Update from Chitokoloki,” a devotional by Keith Keyser, and an introduction to Elijah Rust, new...

For a number of years, the CMML directors have recognized the need to provide greater encouragement and care for our assembly missionaries serving in foreign lands. In addition, we have seen the importance of visiting with commending assemblies and elders to present the work of missions as we partner together to strengthen and support the Lord’s servants. We are happy to...

The July issue of Missions magazine is currently available. In it you’ll find: a devotional by Keith Keyser, an introduction to two new missionary couples, a memorial for Loraine Train, 26 letters, and articles by Pat Hughes (Poland: “Reclaiming the Truth from Tradition”), Jim Fleming (“Bogota’s Growing Assemblies”), Alexander Kurian (“Nigeria: A Country Hungry for the Word”), and...

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