November 19, 2014 -- Life & Ministry Collide
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Dear Family and Friends,

This last week was tough as we attended a funeral of a dear family member.  While sitting in the service we were overcome with grief for the family and beloved friends.  We were filled with great sorrow reflecting over those who do not know or who have not accepted Jesus as their Savior.   

The most important thing we, as Christians, could/should be doing is sharing with others the path to salvation, reconciliation, and love through Jesus.  What is more important or eternal?  It is the difference between eternal life and eternal darkness.

Bringing people the Good News of Jesus Christ and giving them access to God's truths (written and audible) in a language they can clearly understand is why we joined Wycliffe Bible Translators.  We could not think of a job more impactful or life-changing than bringing hope and life to others.

God has a specific place in His Great Commission for each of us.  He longs for us to join His Kingdom Team and spread His love.  There are currently 300+ languages in Papua New Guinea that have zero scripture in their language.  Please join our ministry team and help us to get to Papua New Guinea.  You can make an eternal difference for someone on the other side of the world! 

Cassidy & Kari
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Partnership Form
  Pray for strength and God's peace for our family as they grieve.
 Pray for God to give us courage and diligence as we seek new members to join our Ministry Partnership Team.
  Praises of thanksgiving for our family and friends.
†  Praise that we have been able to continue volunteering in youth ministry as we prepare with Wycliffe.
Promised Gifts

If you'd like to join our Home Team through financial gifts, please
contact us or click here.

Every sized gift helps from $10 upwards. You can join our team through a promised gift and choose to actually donate closer to our leave date.  However, please let us know so that we can update our supervisor.

All donations are
The community of Ukarumpa tucked in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Fun Fact: Papua is a Malay word describing frizzy hair.
Our Contacts:  |  |  805.791.8545
To partner financially:
Click here for card or bank transfer; please make checks payable to Wycliffe Bible Translators USA with a separate note stating: "Preference for the Wycliffe ministry of
Cassidy & Kari Isch #229212" and mail to: 
Wycliffe Bible Translators, P.O. Box 628200, Orlando, FL 32862

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