Monthly Archives: December 2011

Thank You

As this year comes to an end, we recognize again that we serve an amazing God together. Thank you for your prayers, financial gifts, and encouraging support that makes it possible for us to be here.

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Matthew 21-28 is recorded! It took some amazing video editing magic and a lot of work from the whole team, but the hardest part of the job is done. The DVD is now ready for checking, and as soon as … Continue reading

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115 Wheelchairs to Thailand

On December 13 we packed a 20 foot container with 115 wheelchairs bound for Thailand.  When the charity concert didn’t bring in funds to send the container, we were really wondering what would happen. As one friend put it, we … Continue reading

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The November Concert Continues

Remember the charity concert? On one hand, contrary to ALL expectations, it was the most poorly attended of all our events yet,  with only 106 people showing up. It was also the least beneficial benefit concert–we actually lost money on … Continue reading

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Pray for Today’s Retakes

Well, Tuesday came and went. The barbershops weren’t open that day, so there was no one to fix the signer’s hair, which meant no recording session that day. We’re recording today instead. please be praying. Our first retake of the … Continue reading

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Back from Korea

Thanks for praying. Mark’s back from Korea. His presentations went well, and overall we have very encouraging results from the workshop. LOTS of pictures from Korea at: Pray for the Korean translation project. They are working on getting a … Continue reading

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Family Update

Someone mentioned that we haven’t said much recently about how the kids are doing. Good reminder. Andrew, and his wife Emily, live in Irvine CA, about an hour south of the LA airport. Andrew’s  a sociology prof at the University … Continue reading

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