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Browsing Archive: April, 2015

Brooke Roberts

Posted by djaspersen on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, In : Apache 



This March, nine Manitowoc Lutheran High School National Honor Society students went on a Kingdom Workers mission trip to the Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona. I had the great privilege of being one of those nine students, and I am so grateful that God worked that trip into his divine plan for my life. We spent five days at Our Savior’s Lutheran School in Peridot doing many different tasks. We spent time in the classrooms with the students, cleaned up around the school’s campus, taugh...
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Amoci Clarke

Posted by djaspersen on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, In : fundraising 


SUPPORT AMOCI AND THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS FROM ANTIGUA {HERE}

Greetings, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns eternally:  I am grateful to share my life with the world because without God I am nothing.   He has afforded me with many years. I have the opportunity to share the gospel with many in my day-to-day interaction as well as travelling aboard.    As a youth, I was given the opportunity to travel to our sister Island of Barbuda to share the gospel in dance and song. I r...

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Tamara Thomas

Posted by djaspersen on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, In : fundraising 


SUPPORT TAMARA AND THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS FROM ANTIGUA {HERE} 

My name is Tamara Thomas and I am a member of the St. John’s Lutheran Church in Antigua. Our Lutheran Youth for Christ- which I am a part of- will be embarking on a mission trip to Malawi, Africa as well as to the United States.
The St. John’s Lutheran Church has been the recipient of mission workers from the United States for the past few years. This year, the chosen members of Lutheran’s Youth for Christ have the opportunity ...

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Easter For Kids - Malawi

Posted by djaspersen on Friday, April 10, 2015,

After days of group preparation and training village Sunday School teachers, our first day of VBS was finally here.  We had sunny days ever since we arrived, but we awoke to a light drizzle. This did not dampen the spirits of our mission team.  We were all excited to meet the children and start teaching.  On the way to the village of Misomali, it was announced that if it was still raining and the group was small enough, we would teach everything inside the church to one large group rather tha...


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Field Notes from Malawi Disaster Survey Team

Posted by djaspersen on Thursday, April 9, 2015, In : Malawi 
By Jennifer Lee

As I made my way to the airport in Phoenix I was reminded of the previous trips to Malawi I had taken and prepared for. This one however was very different, I was not moving there it would just be a very short trip with a very specific mission/task. The first time I made this very long trip(27hrs) in 2006 I was going as the new Sister in Charge of Lutheran Mobile Clinic, tasked with overseeing operations on field for the Central Africa Medical Mission. This would be my first re...

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