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The Nyargusu Refugee Camp in Tanzania is under the care of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). The refugees in this "camp" live like prisoners, unable to leave the grounds or work.

Recent heavy rains have caused the collapse of several homes as well as a church building where over 300 Christians worship. They need $2,800 to purchase steel for safe, sturdy roofing.  Would you like to adopt this church family for Christmas?  Contact us at (616) 748-8888 or

Thank you to all who joined us at our Fuzzy Peach fundraiser! We saw familiar faces, met new family, ate froyo, gave prizes, laughed, and shared! The staff at Fuzzy Peach was terrific! We strongly recommend them for fundraising events! And their froyo is delicious...


Zambia: Pastor Geoffrey Chibuye reports that 189 people were saved and 52 rededicated their lives to Christ at a four day conference that ended on September 24, 2017. Approximately 120 people were baptized in October. Praise God for blessing the Harvest!

Cuba: Pastor René, his family, and the presbytery in Cuba are all safe after the hurricane! We will share more information when we can.  Please continue to pray for the recovery process.

We have raised $1,520 toward our $50,000 goal to provide a safer home for Pastor Rene and Neicy!  This home will bring them closer to the hospital, which Neicy's heart issues require.  Please consider how you can help us get them home.

India: The courts have ordered that Pastor John Varghese's church in Colechel may continue to meet.  Thank you for your prayers in this matter.  Please continue to pray for the people who tried to stop their church services and the protection of the churches.  

Due to the size of the building, the government has limited the girls' orphanage to only six girls.  This means that seven of the 13 girls who previously lived there had to be sent away. Please consider helping them expand their building to provide care for more young girls who live at risk of abuse and hunger.

Tanzania: Graduation ceremonies for New Harvest Bible College Tanzania were held on October 22, 2017. One-year certificates were awarded to 33 students. who have completed three trimesters of classes, including New and Old Testament Survey, Praise and Worship, Power Evangelism, and Church Planting. Diplomas were earned by 21 students who have completed their two-year degrees. These students are required to complete two additional trimesters of classes including Developing Leaders, Spiritual Warfare, Ministering to Youth, and Biblical Eldership. Thank you for supporting the education of workers for the harvest!

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December '17 - Newsletter