With your generous support we are well on our way to raising the $12,000 needed to secure the committed matching funds. A portion of the supplies have been ordered and the remainder will be obtained once the funds are received. Once complete, we will have raised a total of $24,000 to cover the cost of materials! If you are able to contribute, please do so online or in person on Sabbath. Thank you for your generosity support and continue to keep this work in your prayers.
Our recent mission trip to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana was a tremendous blessing! We had 19 people on the trip and everyone did a great job of making sure we accomplished what we set out to do. The drive to Poplar is about 18 hours from southwest Michigan. Thankfully we were able to stay at Dakota Adventist Academy in Bismark, ND on Sunday evening and finish the trip on Monday; arriving just after lunch. During the week, we stayed at the dorm of the Fort Peck Community College. It is within walking distance of the church and this made travel to the job site especially convenient. Among other things, we primed and painted the basement, tiled the entry way and the bathrooms, trimmed out the windows, installed bathroom lighting, and did a major cleaning of the basement floors. The days were long, but everyone worked well together and contributed to the success of the trip. Later in the week, we had the opportunity to visit the Badlands south of Poplar as well as spend Sabbath afternoon at the Fort Peck Dam. There remains much to be done and there are other groups (one from Village and another from Montana) that have continued the work in August, and are planning future trips. Your continued monetary support is much needed as we push toward the completion of the project. Once the church is finished, we will be able to minister to the people on the reservation through VBS, evangelism, etc. Thank you for you support of this Stevensville mission trip and making it possible for our church to contribute to the furtherance of God’s work on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
Reservation Church Plant
The next trip out is scheduled for
April 20-29, 2022
Care for Cuba
Out of the 100 pastors and 300 Bible workers in Cuba, only a few have cars. Most are missing crucial resources like computers, projectors, books, and children’s ministry resources.
Children's Sabbath Schools collect bicycles for pastors, the congregation raises money for tablets with the E.G. White books and many other Adventist resources. Church members travel down with student missionaries to share the resources and spread the word of God.
As of the 4th day in Cuba, more than 100 persons have given their hearts to Jesus. Our goal is to reach 200 baptisms. Would you pray with us for 100 more?