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Greetings to you in the wonderful grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!  May He be exalted as head over all.  King David’s prayer in 1 Chronicles 29:10-11 is

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Kilgo–June 2021

“For the word of the Lord is right, and all His work is done in truth.  He loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of the goodness of the

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Kilgo Update–April 2021

Greetings dear ones in the faith, Thank you so much for your sacrifices unto the Lord.  Thank you for all you do for Him.  May He be glorified in all that we

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March 23, 2021 Dear Supporter of Joel & Leah Sanders, Greetings in the living hope we have through the resurrection of Jesus Christ! We wish to inform you that Joel

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Kilgo-March 2021

Hello and Greetings Everyone!God bless you!We have many updates…Our new Bible school is going smoothly, praise the Lord.  Pat finished teaching Bibliology three weeks ago, and now the current class is Bible History. 

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During your time of prayer today pray for TCM missionaries who serve in Mayanmar: Gardner and Ledith Improso.

March 2021
Dear Faithful Friends and Prayer Partners,
Greetings from the Philippines!

On the first of February this year the military junta took the power from the elected civilian government in Myanmar for alleged election fraud. The country has once again plunged into political crisis with several deaths recorded due to civilian protests all over the country. As it is our assigned field, we feel what our church and friends there are feeling right now, although we are not currently with them physically.

We arrived back in the Philippines on March 15 last year, just a day before the national lock down was imposed here due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The plan was to come home just to attend Kelly’s high school graduation, then give our second daughter in marriage and finally attend the TCM Southeast Asia Grace Conference then get back to Myanmar. Since the lock down was extended due to the heavy wave of the pandemic, our stay in the Philippines was extended too. Kezia and Dov’s wedding took place in spite of crowd restrictions with only 11 people in attendance. The mission conference was canceled.

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Pray for TCM Missionaries serving in Mayanmar today: Dan and Amy (Daniel and Daniela) Banac.

This is an excerpt from their most recent prayer letter from April of this year:
MILITARY COUP AND MINISTRY: Exactly a month after the new year, the whole country was surprised by the military takeover that deposed the duly elected leaders of Myanmar including the State Counselor Daw Aung San Zuu Kyi, Myanmar’s mother of democracy. Now, the pandemic is overshadowed by the military coup. Living in Myanmar is no longer safe compared to 4 years ago. Two weeks after the coup, about 20,000 criminal and political prisoners were released. That made the local people afraid. They bang pots and pans every night at 8 pm for 15 minutes to cast out “evil spirits”. This noise barrage is a form of protest
against the military coup.

Many constitutional and civil rights were suspended since February 1st, resulting in illegal detentions and brutal killings of their own people, especially those who participated in anti-coup demonstrations. For two months now, we just stayed at home for our safety. Our movements are limited to the path from our house to the local market. This political crisis has tremendously affected the activities of our Bible school. Our students were disturbed in their studies due to the tension between the anti-coup protesters
and the security forces across the country. We decided to close the school earlier than scheduled for the students’ safety.

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...And how are they to hear without someone preaching? Rom 10:14

“I am not seeking my own good, but the good of many, so that they may be saved.”

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