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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
October 16, 2011 11:31 pm
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AIM’s Chad Unit members are involved with translation work, nursery school, English teaching, literacy, vulnerable women’s care, church planting, and missionary kids’ schooling for the larger mission community in Chad!

We, Linda and Phil, joined them for their annual conference and listened to the recorded Bible teacher on Abraham’s faith journey and discussing how we are like him in our “scheming” to accomplish the promises God has given and seeking security in sources than our God!  We shared and prayed for one another’s lives and ministries, laughter and tears were abundant!  Phil led an interactive session with the members on Vision Enhancement… Impassioned, Empowered, Fruitful. We celebrated special mealtimes with pepperoni pizza one day and Canadian Thanksgiving complete with expensive chicken and homemade pumpkin pie another day.  We return to Uganda with delightful memories, compassionate care for these courageous missionaries and their ministries, sweaty clothes (lack of diesel for the generator meant hand fanning instead of AC) and love for these radiant beams of Sonshine spreading over this land!

Our travel from Uganda to Chad through Addis Ababa Airport on Ethiopian Air brought back keen memories of our first Africa missions experience in 1974/5.

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