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Oct 16

Glenn and Lynne Schweitzer, TMCI Missionaries in Nicaragua

Glenn and Lynne Schweitzer, TMCI Missionaries in Nicaragua

People ministered to: 600

PRAISE REPORT:

Praise the Lord! Emmy received her first chemotherapy treatment without any negative reactions. She will be receiving one a month for the next 7 months and then one every 3 months until her kidney is healed.

We are able to finish the construction of our Feeding Center for the children of our neighborhood thanks to donations to the ministry.

Arrangements have been finalized for a week of ministry outreach, seminars, VBS, and church services starting October 22nd with a church from Pennsylvania that will be working with our ministry.

Plans for our November seminars and Pastor’s retreat have been finalized.

A decision was made to reopen our children’s home pending approval by Mi Familia.

Thanks to a donation we have been able to start repairs and improvements on our preschool.

We are able to finish the construction of our Feeding Center for the children of our neighborhood thanks to donations to the ministry.

Arrangements have been finalized for a week of ministry outreach, seminars, VBS, and church services starting October 22nd with a church from Pennsylvania that will be working with our ministry.

Plans for our November seminars and Pastor’s retreat have been finalized.

A decision was made to reopen our children’s home pending approval by Mi Familia.

Thanks to a donation we have been able to start repairs and improvements on our preschool.

Prayer requests:

1. Healing of Emmy’s kidneys and remission of Lupus.
2. Approval from Nicaraguan government to open new Home for Endangered Children. We closed our first school December 2012 due to lack of finances and government restructuring of children’s homes.
3. Financial support for children’s home. Volunteers to operate the children’s home.
4. Personal financial support for Pastors Glenn and Lynne Schweitzer and Pastors Jorge and Xiomara Castillo.
5. Finances for completion of repairs and improvements at Quinta Esperanza, our ministry location.
4. More churches and their teams to become involved with our ministry to the poor and abused children and our church.
5) $950 is needed to bring our co-pastor’s wife back from Spain by the end of November

1 comment

  1. Chaplain Diane Kaye

    My Prayers are with you dear Brother and Sister in Jesus! I was hoping to see you again this year at the conference because it is ALWAYS A BLESSING TO SHARE WITH YOU!!! Be encouraged in the LORD for HIS hands are surly in your work! Love to you both! Chappy D – Des Moines, Iowa!

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