Meet our new staff

by Mike Bond and Becky Keene on March 22, 2018
Meet our new staff
It's been an exciting month at our ministry! The new, exciting developments just keep rolling in! Our newest development is, our daughter, Becky, and our son-in-law, Brian joined our staff this month. They're going to make such an impact. Brian’s background is in computers and Becky will bring some skills in organization and social media. Brian...
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Milestones, Thresholds and Glass Ceilings

Milestones, Thresholds and Glass Ceilings

by Mike Bond & Becky Keene on March 21, 2018
We have reached a much desired milestone, broke the threshold, the glass ceiling! What milestone, what ceiling, what is this excitement about, you may ask. For a long time we've been stuck at...
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Blessed to Help

Blessed to Help

by Michael Bond on February 6, 2018
Recently we were blessed to be a small part of getting school books for orphans in Uganda. It's been a joy to team with Kiyingi Kennedy of Team Save Orphans. Please bless Tthem. You can find them...
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Our New APP is Out!!

by Michael Bond on February 1, 2018
Our new APP is finally launched! You can get the latest news, check out our ministry, connect with us, hear messages and testimonies, give to the ministry and much more. Go to the APP store or...
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Iran Cracking?

by Michael Bond on December 31, 2017
I've been sharing for years about the hard, but hopeful situation in Iran. Years of religious oppression under the Ayatollahs, economic hardships, and a population where over 50% are under 20...
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Honor and Shame

by Timothy Abraham on December 12, 2017
Dear Friends, In the Muslim societies, people classify sins into major and minor sin, that carry different weights against their souls in judgement. If someone lies in the Muslim society, it is...
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Team Save Orphans, Uganda

Team Save Orphans, Uganda

by Kiyingi Kennedy on December 6, 2017
I am KIYINGI KENNEDY C.E.O at TEAM SAVE ORPHANS-UGANDA. I was born in 1995 on the 2nd of January as told by Mrs. NABUKEERA VIOLA who adopted me after the death of my parents in 1997. She told me...
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Muslims Crave Freedom

by Timothy Abraham on November 28, 2017
Beloved friends in Christ, It has been common for me to get mail from Muslims asking me to talk more about freedom. People in the Muslim world long for freedom, when we have become accustomed to...
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If Only....

by Mike Bond on June 27, 2017
It's always a challenge to find help when you run a mission or non-profit organization. You need help to move your vision forward, but income is always a problem. It becomes a catch 22. If you...
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Three New Websites!

by Michael Bond on December 27, 2016
We'v just launched two new websites for Uganda. And we launched a new one for Bangladesh. Plase pray for their success!
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2016 Is Burning Out

by Michael Bond on December 27, 2016
GRO Enewz Only 4 days left of 2016. There is still time to give your tax deductible year end gift!! View this email in your...
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That Time of Year

by Michael Bond on December 9, 2016
It's again that time of year when we pause to look back and see what we've accomplished in the past year. It's easy to look back, almost reflexively, to see how we did. For me, it's also a time of...
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Tired of It? Not so Fast!

by Michael Bond on November 16, 2016
I know you're probably tired of hearing about it. Even though it's over, it won't go away. You'd just like to get on with your life and forget it. You know what I'm talking about. It's the...
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Two New Radio Stations!

by Mike Bond on November 15, 2016
We've recently been blessed to be able to launch two more missionary radio stations to Muslims. The first was our second Farsi station for the people of Iran. It has all new programming, with a...
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Summer is Over

by Michael Bond on September 20, 2016
Summer was hot here in the Pacific Northwest, but it's about over now. I hope you had an enjoyable one. And we thank you so much for being a part of our ministry team. It may seem a bit late...
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