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Speaking in Muscatine, Iowa

by Bryant Evans on July 7, 2009

I am blessed to be in Muscatine, Iowa this week to teach the adult class for their Vacation Bible School and then to preach for them on Sunday. I was with the brethren there some years ago and was warmly received by them. I look forward to seeing them again. I also have a string […]

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East Side Church in Columbia Supplies School

by Bryant Evans on December 23, 2008

Mark and Suzy Jamieson and their family paid a visit to Daphne Monday and brought boxes of supplies for Guyana. Mark preaches for the East Side church of Christ in Columbia, Tennessee and has just returned from teaching at Guyana Christian University. After his report to the congregation they heartily joined together to provide books […]

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Barbados Missionary Enroute to GCU

by Bryant Evans on December 3, 2008

Jimmy Bracken, a successful missionary supported by the Stony Point church of Christ in Florence, Alabama is on his way to Lethem and the Guyana Christian University. Jimmy’s trip has already been fraught with challenges including last minute flight changes and a lengthy lay over in Georgetown. Jimmy will be teaching leadership subjects as well […]

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Guyana Report

by Bryant Evans on November 13, 2008

I heard that our men did a fine job reporting on their work in Guyana last month. The work continues with great interest as 32 were baptized, 19 restored and 2 were joined in marriage. Our thanks to Kent Purser (far right), Mark Hocutt and John Langham for their travels. At present, Mark Jamieson of […]

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Godspeed to Guyana

by Bryant Evans on October 13, 2008

This morning we send three of our men to Guyana to participate in the Fall Evangelistic Campaign in the Caribbean nation. Mark Hocutt, John Langham and Kent Purser will be part of a 23 member team that will work in the grasslands, or the savanna of the nation. We praise their sacrifice and look forward […]

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