Back Home Again in Indiana

Dear Praying Supporters,

We finished our trip up the East Coast. We traveled over 8,000 miles since January and had meetings in Ohio, Florida, West Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Massachusetts. We already have three new supporting churches from this trip and the potential for more in the future. Thank you for your prayers. God’s protection and provision over the last three months has been amazing!

Life has been crazy since we got back into Indiana. We got back in time to spend Resurrection Sunday at our sending church. We were also able to make it to our sending church’s 34th anniversary. We were able to get some pallets and begin organizing some of our stuff to ship to Peru later this year. We have also got the paperwork filled out and mailed for Jonathan’s Passport. Please pray that all goes through easily.

I have also worked on updating our list of supporting churches. With the churches that started supporting us this year and the churches that have just taken us on for support, we are now at 65% of our goal! We are praying for 75%-80% for this first move to Peru. During the first couple of years, our expenses will be lower enabling us to start with less than 100%. We will try to raise the rest when we come back to the states in 2-3 years.

Finally, if you missed it in the last letter, GIBM has changed their address. You can fill out the checks the same, but send them to:
P.O. Box 700, Sherman, TX 75091.

Thank you so much for your prayers and financial support.

God Bless,
Rob, Rebekah, Nathaniel, Ethan, and Jonathan Greene
Missionary to Peru

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