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Posts by Mark Avera

Mission Update

The summer is always an exciting time for mission, as many mission trips are launched from churches all over the country to all parts of the world.  St Michael’s and St Michaelites are involved in three such mission trips this summer.  Dave and Linda Soutter will be leading a healing prayer team to Burundi June 9th-21st.  Mid-simmer, July 6th-22nd, some of our…

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Hope Center

April 2017 The American Express commercial asks “So what’s in your wallet?”  Here is another question to think about “So what’s in your church offering plate?”  At House of Hope Church, you never know what you may find in our Rubbermaid offering container.  Last month it was a tooth!  It was a true offering from someone’s heart to God out of gratitude.…

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War Room Prayer Challenge for Burundi, June 10 at 9 am

Burundi, Africa, with a population of 10, 395,931 people, have 7,069,233 people or (68%) that live below the poverty line. For this reason, Burundi is called the “hungriest and poorest country in the world.” Burundi is struggling to emerge from a 12-year, ethnic-based civil war.  Two and one-half percent of the population or only 259,898 people in Burundi live to the age…

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Great Lakes Outreach in Burundi

Stunningly encouraging stories of God’s people in the toughest of places  By Simon Guillebaud Greetings! If you follow our movements closely, you’ll know that we’ve been through some pretty challenging times recently, and sometimes there is more bad than good news. So I wanted to write a little about a friend of mine Francois, who is as inspiring as it gets. Here…

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New Development in the Diocese of Aweil and famine in South Sudan Sudan

By Bishop Abraham Nhial South Sudan’s independence has been followed by indescribable suffering caused by current conflict as a result of political and power struggle years passed. A few months back the South Sudan government declared famine in South Sudan followed by United Nations reports on humanitarians’ crisis as a result of the massive exodus of South Sudanese citizens to Sudan, Kenya,…

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