What has April been like?
I (Kim) was just on our porch (here in the big Bible school building) having lunch with a student, while students were all over the front lawn enjoying the sun rays. I also saw Clark and a bunch of staff kids playing frisbee with them and Sarah commented, ” your life here is so amazing, but so odd at the same time. ” What she meant by amazing is the absolute privilege of being constantly surrounded by God-loving young people who touch our lives every day with beautiful Jesus. And what she meant by odd, is how this unique life is daily normal life for us.
We live in a unique place for sure, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and prayers that allow us to even be here.
This month Dave has a paper due and his final exam for his class at Trinity. In his world here at Bible School he just started teaching a new class which happens to be a class he just took at Trinity, so he has a lot to offer the students.
Reece turned 19 this Month. He is working at a furniture store saving to come to this Bible School in August! He is wanting to go on a missions team to Brazil this June and is trusting the Lord to bring people along to support him to raise the $ needed.
Clark turned 15 this month. He is helping Reece on a fence-building project, and is doing amazing in 9th grade!! He has found that he absolutely enjoys guitar and also martial arts.
Partnering with you,
Dave, Kim Reece & Clark Field
Dear praying friend,
It looks like Spring is here! It’s about a month late in Missouri. I’m grateful for the opportunity to share our latest newsletter with you—and I hope you’re blessed by it. As you’ll read, Lord willing I’ll be taking a ministry trip to the Central European Conference in Hungary and another week in Switzerland. We’re so thankful to have a quarter of our trip paid for! If you would like to help with the additional $1,500 for that trip, we would really appreciate it.
We are so thankful to have your prayers and support.
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“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven….
A time to be born, and a time to die;” (Ecclesiastes 3:1,2).
This past February, Carolee’s mother, Lynne Munson, passed on to be with the Lord after suffering with cancer for the last couple of years. She was a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ and is now with Him never to suffer those pains again! Carolee had felt a very strong pressing from the Lord to fly to the United States in January to help Lynne, who was living alone, and now we are so thankful that Carolee got to be with her mom in the last few weeks of her life and at the time of her passing. What a glorious and sure hope we have, all that believe and put their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation. I’m afraid that most people don’t take death or their relationship with God seriously, so it is all of our jobs to get the gospel to as many as we can before it’s too late.
I like to play tennis for exercise, and last week I was able to witness to a new partner the other day after he beat me! Please pray for Israel, a very nice man who listened to me tell him a bit about the book of Revelation, and what was going to happen in the great tribulation. He actually said it scared him and wanted to know why God would do those things to us. I asked him to read the book of Revelation in order get him in the Bible, and I plan on talking to him again soon.
In eleven years on the field, I have never taken a full year furlough, just twice I have been to the US for a few months for our daughters’ weddings and Rebekah’s graduation, but at the direction of the Lord, we will be taking a five month furlough from April to last week of August. We will be in New York in April, in Pennsylvania in May, and Ohio in June–after that, I´m not sure of our schedule. If you would like me to come and give an update or preach I would be glad to do so. Obviously, I cannot get to all of our supporters as they are spread all over the U.S., as much as I would love to see all of you. If you would like to have me come, please contact me through email at email@example.com and I will do my best to be able to come.
Sincerely the Schwaderer family
According to David Hilt, former missionary to Papua, New Guinea:
Updated: More than 300 injured and 30 dead in the aftermath of Papua New Guinea’s 7.5 earthquake that hit in the wee hours of Sunday morning. All our personnel are safe though there is a lot of devastation. Continued prayers appreciated.