Jules Jones - Memorium

Jules JonesGreetings Brethren,

Stamatis Status - March 9, 2008

IBIA has ended the second week of our second term. The students have now completed one term and experienced their much desired first break. As always everyone has to make adjustments. There are new people, new environment, new daily schedule, new living situation, new responsibilities, etc. These guys are developing a good camaraderie.

News from Craig and Tomya Peters

Apparently God saw things differently...

We looked at the work that is piling up … the Special visiting teachers from Texas … the Partners that we thought were about to come on board … and we just planned to jump.

February News - Jerry Hogg

29 February 2008

It’s not often we can use this date! Leap year has this extra day to catch-up with the time cycle. As Christians, we are grateful for every day, every moment God gives us to serve Him upon this earth. "For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting and his Truth endureth to all generations." Psalm 100:5. It is our prayer that everyone used the extra day wisely. It’s good to be home in Africa!

Happenings News of churches of Christ in Australia - March 2008

Welcome to this month’s Happenings! Thanks to those who have sent news for this periodical for this month! If you want to send information please email it to tedpaull@hotmail.com either in text or Word files, or mail it to P O Box 41 NORTH RYDE NSW 1670 or ring (02) 9888 9664, (02) 9878 3008 or (02) 9878 1078. Ted Paull
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Victorian baptism
Hannah Bain was baptised in Yackandandah (near Wodonga-Albury) at the end of January.

Perth Conversions
On Sunday 2nd March Benford Moyo was baptised into Christ. His wife De who was baptised in Zimbabwe several years ago has also commenced worshipping at the Malaga church. Sandra Hogan who has come to Perth from the USA was restored to Christ on February 24th.

Victorian Autumn Camp

Memorial - Roy Simmons, Sr.

Roy Simmons, Sr.Roy, a 1972 SSOP graduate, passed away Sunday. He and his wife, Bridget, live in Amarillo. They had been in Oregon to be with her dad who was sick and were on their way home. They stayed at a hotel in Wyoming on Saturday evening and he had a heart attack and died on Sunday morning.


From Amarillo Globe-News

Roy Simmons Sr., 59, of Amarillo died Sunday, March 2, 2008.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Southwest Church of Christ with Brian Mashburn and Trey Morgan officiating. Burial will be in Amherst Cemetery in Amherst by Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 S. Georgia St.

Roy was born Aug. 4, 1948, in Amherst to Bob and Freda Simmons. He graduated from Amherst High School in 1966 and attended West Texas State University. He also attended Sunset School of Preaching from 1970-72. On July 15, 1988, he married Bridget Reimers in Littleton, Colo.

Philippines Report - Sunset in the Philippines

I was blessed to be able to travel to and teach in our four schools in the Philippines. Charles Smith, the founder and administrator of the schools, has done a fantastic job of instilling a heart for evangelism and church planting in the minds of our co-workers and students in the Philippines. This spirit was a great blessing and something that every SIBI school should embrace. I am so thankful to those who support our family and ministry training schools like these for allowing us to participate in such efforts.

February 2008 Goracke Newsletter

Dear Family & Friends,

Febrero Loco

January-February Support Letter - Dan Bratcher

Danny Bratcher
Rua Joao Dias Martins, 256
Apto 1001
Boa Viagem, Recife-PE, 51021-540
January - February 2008

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Well, a couple of months have come and gone, and the work is beginning to take off. I apologize for not writing sooner. My plan is to give monthly reports, but I have let the time get away from me over the past two months. However, that can be taken as a good sign, because the only way that time can get away is when we are really busy! As you may have guessed, since I have not written sooner, I am combining my report for January and February.

As for the work here, there are a lot of ideas and plans on how to effectively reach the lost and to help the church grow. We are even talking about another church plant here in the Recife area! The exciting part is that I am able to be a part of the planning! All of the training that I have endured at the beginning of this journey is beginning to become a reality to me!

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