August 2011 Newsletter

We’ve had an exciting time here lately. We’re glad to hear that everyone is okay after the earthquake in the US!

We had a funeral yesterday for a member of our congregation. He battled cancer for about 4 years. He was faithful to the end and a witness to his whole family. Their testimonies mentioned that Juan Antonio continuously shared the gospel with them throughout his illness. We praise God for His faithfulness, the faithfulness of His servant Juan Antonio, and our future hope gained for us by Christ.
In other news, we are leaving for a leadership conference about 5 hours south of Santiago. We leave in about 10 minutes, so I had better hurry up. Starting last year, they made the conference for church and ministry leaders and their spouses. Pray for a good time of edification and fellowship.
Tabi’s radio program continues on the web. Her biggest prayer concern currently is finding a co-host to take over for the time we will be back in the States.
My (Mike) classes continue to go well. I have continued to make contacts in other churches where I will be teaching classes next year. The biggest prayer requests here are 1) Getting good teaching materials here to Chile, 2) more students and follow-through on the part of participating churches, and 3) a future, dedicated class space.
Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming time in the US. We will be coordinating an open house in Alliance, OH at Cornerstone Christian Church for a Saturday in early October. We hope to see many of you there.
Mike and Tabi Boyce
Cornerstone Chilean Mission

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