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Widows’ Sewing Schools
There are over 40 million widows in India and they are often forced to beg or sell themselves to make a living because they are uneducated and can’t get a job. Our Widows’ Sewing School is changing that, one woman at a time! This school teaches the women how to sew, giving them with a better way of providing for their families! Currently, we are working on opening up another Widows’ Sewing School in Odisha.
In the mountains of Manipur, Northeast India, lies a school that has been supported by 3 local SDA churches for several decades. It has fallen on hard times, with stiff competition from nearby Catholic schools. We are working with 3ACM ministries and Dennis and Judy Skandunas to rebuild this school, especially for our Adventist young people so they have a chance to learn about the true character of God and strengthen the work there for now and the future.
Cambodia Boarding Academy – the Howell Family
The Howell Family: Lloyd, Natalie, Danielle, and Alysa, left to serve as missionaries in Cambodia in January 2020. They have been working with Miranda Lundby and the Cambodia Adventist Mission to help build an Adventist boarding academy, a desperate need for the fledgling church. They are also helping to train the teachers who will work at the academy when it is finished. They are asking for your prayers and financial support as they serve their Master in Cambodia.
Bangkok Outreach – Woodwards
The Woodward family went to FaithCamp in October 2018, and their eyes were opened to the great need in Southeast Asia. They were shocked to learn that many people there have never even heard the name of Jesus. They felt called as a family to sell all and Follow Him. The Woodwards, Mark and Candace, and their two sons Matthew and Ethan, will begin their missionary journey in November when they will be moving to Bangkok, Thailand for language study. They desire to share the love of Jesus with the people of Thailand.
Young Missionary Training
In the mission field knowing how to ride a motorbike is often a basic life skill, like knowing how to swim or drive a car. Several of our missionaries do most of their daily travel on motorbikes. We have some young people here in America that aspire to join them some day and we believe it would be safer to teach them here in controlled conditions before they get out there. This will enable them to a) be accepted by the missionaries and b) not be a hindrance to their work when they join them.
We would like to buy 3 used off-road motorbikes and a trailer to haul them. These can be sold when no longer needed and the funds put back into the work.