Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

Debbie and I wish for each one of you a wonderful and safe holiday season. As we reflect over the past year, we are so grateful and thankful for each of you. You have been such a blessing to us and to the work in Kenya. So many of you have sent encouraging words with many prayers on our behalf and your continued financial support has held our hands up during the times we thought they might drop. Thank you so much and may God richly bless you.

CMM Update

We are confident that we will receive our compensation in either 2018 or 2019!  We are closer than what was communicated in the last update. Several encouraging signs have happened, and we will share more once we see the money. We are seeing the hand of God and making progress toward victory against Sanballot. We do ask that you continue your prayers as they are working.

Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing

Regardless of the timing of compensation, moving, rebuilding, etc. the ministry to the pastors and leaders must go full throttle. Thanks to the financial response at the banquet and from donations from others we are now planning 2019 ministry. We will be having one regional meeting each month January-May in various locations in East Africa; participating in a marriage conference in February; mini-conference in Uganda in March; leadership conference in Nairobi in April and again in August. After the next regional meeting/conference I am again reminded and refreshed of why we are doing what we are doing. We keep the prize before us while we work through all the obstacles and hurdles knowing the impact and rewards that lay ahead for MB/CMM we be amazing and wonderfully off the charts.

Year End Giving

If you are planning on giving to MB before the end of the year and you are sending it by mail, to receive credit for this year the envelope would need to be postmarked by Dec.31st. Online giving to be done no later than Dec. 31st.

May the Lord continue to enlarge the borders of your tent for 2019. May He keep you safe and healthy and may He proper all you set your hands to do.

Ronnie and Debbie

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