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Browsing Archive: October, 2014

Our Dear Friend, Gerald Schulte

Posted by djaspersen on Thursday, October 16, 2014,

Gerald Schulte and his wife Doris served for two years at the Mwembezhi mission station in Zambia from the summer of 1995 until summer 1997.  In Zambia he is famous for his masonry work and his interminable spirit, which among many things, led to the expansion of Zambia’s electric grid to the Mwembezhi campus. Their children Nathan and Sarah enjoyed the early years of their childhood at Mwembezhi.

Gerald helped build many churches in the USA as well with Kingdom Workers Builders For Christ,...


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Chile: Project Longaví - or - The First Gringo

Posted by djaspersen on Thursday, October 16, 2014, In : Chile 

KW Editor's Note:  Seth Hansen has been a volunteer in Chile since July 2014. He and his fellow volunteers are serving, sharing the gospel and teaching English in Linares, Chile and the surrounding communities.

It’s been done all over the planet. English as a Second Language classes open doors for community outreach, providing an innovative free-market twist to 21st century evangelism. Asia in particular has had success with this work.

But how does this approach function in South America? ...


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Kingdom Workers Launches in Grenada

Posted by djaspersen on Thursday, October 16, 2014, In : Grenada 

KW Editor's Note:  Ryan Hellpap is the Kingdom Workers Caribbean Regional Manager in Grenada. He and his wife Jenni are partnering with Grace Lutheran church and school in St. George's, Grenada to serve and share the gospel with the community.



Habari! My name is Ryan Hellpap, and I am blessed to be the new Caribbean Regional Manager. Habari means “Hi there!” in Swahili. Other than an interesting way to say hello, perhaps you may be wondering “Why does this note about Grenada start with a...


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Confianza

Posted by djaspersen on Friday, October 3, 2014, In : Chile 

KW Editor's Note: Arron Landgraf is a Kingdom Workers teacher in Chile. 

What do you and I have in common?

We are both people. We may have the same favorite color, maybe we both like the same TV programs, and we are definitely both breathing. However, one thing you may not know we have in common with the people in our lives is what Spanish speakers call confianza. This is a very important outreach tool in Chile and other parts of Latin America.

Confianza (roughly translated...


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