Monthly Archives: September 2011

The sun and the plantains of Ecuador in Glasgow

Yesterday and today the weather has been just beautiful.  As it is natural, that kind of temperatures makes me more sociable.  Today we had to go to Glasgow University to register Steve in their Portuguese for beginners early evening classes.  … Continue reading

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Hope 61

Release. Redeem. Restore. In the late 1800s at the height of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, slaves purchased from Africa cost the equivalent of $40,000 today.  Now, a slave can be purchased for only $90.  We would like to think of … Continue reading

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Update from Russia

Dear One Mission Society United Kingdom, I praise God and thank you for partnering with us in the venture of reaching Russia and the former Soviet Union with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the Moscow Seminary! Two aspects of … Continue reading

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The Call of God

En route to the African Crusades in 1960, Leighton Ford made a brief stop at Dakar, West Africa.  A French missionary of the Reformed Church met with him for a coffee.  This missionary had laboured in that Muslim country for … Continue reading

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Please Pray

Joshua and Abigail are doing well! We have had Emily staying with us for the past 2 weeks. It has been lovely to have her with us. Her parents are away in Kenya. Last Saturday was the 15 yr celebration … Continue reading

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Adventures of three OMS Short-Termers in Ecuador

The following is an account by Robbie Ripamonti, a recently graduated history student of the time that he and his two brothers, Roderick and Ryan, spent on short-term mission with OMS, living with Mark and Nube Vogan in Loja, Ecuador.  … Continue reading

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Baptism

Please pray for a young lady who goes to the chamanculo church. She was baptised two weeks ago. She came to our house the day before and together we baked and iced a cake for her baptism. Pray that she … Continue reading

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Welcome to Britain

The shift from weary traveller to smiling citizen has many stops along the way.  We’ve been in Glasgow for three weeks already, and there are still near-daily battles to get life sorted out, with just an uneasy truce at weekends.  … Continue reading

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Welcome to Britain

The shift from weary traveller to smiling citizen has many stops along the way.  We’ve been in Glasgow for three weeks already, and there are still near-daily battles to get life sorted out, with just an uneasy truce at weekends.  … Continue reading

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Jordanstown Team

What a blessing it has been to have the Jordanstown Team here since Saturday. This week they have been working alongside the church at Khongalote to run a Holiday Bible Club. It has been so encouraging! I have been going … Continue reading

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