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A request…

A friend of mine, Michael Ewing, is going to Kenya in July as a short-term OCMC missionary. He will be helping to build churches there, and he hopes to become a permanent missionary for them once he is done with his Master’s degree. For the moment, he has to raise $4,000 for the July trip. Might you consider helping Michael out? Even if it’s only what seems to you to be a drop in the bucket, many drops make an ocean. You can support his mission here. Prayers are, of course, also most appreciated. Many thanks for your support of Michael, whatever form it takes!


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