Posts from 2014

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Renovation: Eating an Elephant in 18 Months

by Jack Miller

The Youth Ministry of Sea Island Presbyterian Church is at an interesting place. In many respects, the ministry is healthy and vital. There is a lot to celebrate. Since the beginning of September, we have welcomed over 50 youth to our campus for various youth activities. While that’s exciting, what is more exciting to me […]

Thank you from Congo by Kristi Rice

by Heather Prince Doss

Bob and Kristi Rice send these greetings from Congo: Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ! We are grateful for you. Your prayers and financial gifts enable us to stand with our partner ministry in Congo. We have been busy the last few months! Bob travelled to Lubumbashi and Eastern Congo to visit churches and […]

Malawi Update by Karis Koehn

by Heather Prince Doss

Karis Koehn shares an update about their visit to Malawi with Sergio Thank you to many for writing and wanting to hear about our trip up to Malawi. It was a long 12-hour drive, but fun and interesting as much of the way was new to all of us. After being on the road for […]

SIPC: A Family of Faith

by Steve Keeler

Friends and Neighbors in Christ, The Sea Island Presbyterian Church is a family of faith formed by the grace of Jesus Christ, called to joyfully worship and love God, serve Jesus Christ, share the Good News, and shape disciples equipped and empowered by the Holy Spirit to participate in God’s mission of compassion, reconciliation, justice, […]

Travel to Malawi by Karis Koehn

by Heather Prince Doss

Karis Koehn shares news and seeks prayer for an upcoming visit to Malawi: Over the years we’ve introduced you to the Mozambican guys that have grown up in our yard and have become our children in the faith. You may remember seeing pictures of Sergio with his severely bowed legs. As a reintroduction to Sergio, […]

Dinner at The Journey by Colin Kerr

by Heather Prince Doss

Colin Kerr shares this news from The Journey campus ministry in Charleston: Once a month we serve a pasta dinner to students before worship. At first, this might just seem like nothing more than a good strategy to make it easier for students to invite their friends. It is, of course, that. We realize that […]

News from Kijabe Hospital

by Heather Prince Doss

Mardi Steere, Medical Director of Kijabe Hospital, introduces the hospital newsletter: I am so pleased to welcome you to the third issue of Kijabe Pulse Newsletter, helping us to communicate and share stories of hope with partners, supporters and advocates like you. Since our inaugural issue in March this quarterly newsletter’s audience and content continue […]

God’s Mission and Ours

by Steve Keeler

Friends and Neighbors in Christ, Jesus said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you.” […]

When Christians Go to War

by Heather Prince Doss

As the United States begins attacks on the Islamic State in Syria/Levant (ISIS/ISIL), with the aim of degrading and destroying this violent faction of fundamentalist Islam, it is imperative for Christians to reflect on how we approach war and what it means for who we understand to be our neighbors and our enemies. As the […]

New Team Members, a Wedding, and Prayers by Karis Koehn

by Heather Prince Doss

This is the latest update from Robert and Karis Koehn and family in Mozambique: Ashley Ashmore, a special-needs teacher who will be with us for 9 months, and the Fuller family, Trey and Ashley and their girls Hannah and Noelle with another on the way, the first of three families to arrive. Everyone seems to […]