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Missions

Amerindian Missions in Guyana

by Bryant Evans on September 19, 2009

We are pleased to add amerindianmissions.com to our blogroll. Jerry Davidson of the Summerdale church of Christ is the primary missionary and coordinator of mission efforts among the Amerindian people of Guyana. Their website is maintained by Chuck Smothers, a member at Eastern Shore. Amerindian Missions and Guyana Christian University work in total union with […]

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Guyana Christian University Classes Are Underway

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

Classes are underway at Guyana Christian University! 10 students, supported by individuals and congregations in the U.S. began classes August 31. This is the second batch of students for the two year school in Lethem, Guyana. Most of the first group of ten are now transitioning into their preaching assignments in the Rupanuni region of […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Twelve

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

The final full day has arrived. Make no mistake, I am ready to head to Alabama and my wonderful, loving family. But at the same time I am sorry to leave my new friends behind. Their work load is very heavy and the challenges formidable. Nevertheless, with God’s help they will gain souls. Arrangements are […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Eleven

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

After a fine evening of sleep I was told that I had to get my bags packed and onto the bus for shipment to Georgetown. It seems the normal bus for Wednesday would not be available. This would have been a significant problem as I would not have add my luggage in Georgetown to bring […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Ten

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

A new week begins for our ten students. We have been blessed to have some of the wives attend our classes and a young man named Hoxley Moses who will likely be in our third batch of students next year. Hoxley is a professional beekeeper and has literally traveled the world to observe and study […]

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