Brian Firle with AIA Continues|
to Grow His Mission
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Brian Firle, with Athletes in Action (AIA) is sponsored by the Chapel through the Global/National Missions committee led by Vicki Thompson. Brian and his efforts with AIA were accepted as a mission for calendar year 2017. He has continued his growth within the pro cycling community reaching many riders that were never exposed to Christ. Brian uses regular meetings with the riders for bible study, fellowship and presentation of God's word.
Brian has teamed with his friend Brad to be able to reach even more riders. God is truly working through Brian to reach a group of professionals that never had time for the word of God.
If you want to know more about Brian's efforts you can contact Bill Burris the Chapel liaison.
Please check out Brian's April report.
Success in Africa through|
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The Chapel provides support for Foundation Ministries through the Global/National mission committee led by Vicki Thompson. The Chapel liaison is Becky McKee and she continues to receive positive feedback from Rene and Elizabeth Brown. For more information about Foundation Ministries and the work they do in Kenya you can contact Becky. Joseph Allen, the author of the letter to Rene and Elizabeth Brown, was one of the pastors that visited the Chapel in 2015.
In December of 2016 the website contained an article of how Joseph was building a goat herd for the Widows and Orphans. You can review that article.
Dear Becky and Vicki,
Success!! It’s wonderful to see an orphan grow up and begin working in the kingdom to lead others to Christ.
Rene and Elizabeth
To: Rene Brown
Subject: profile of one of the orphans
Dear brother Rene and Mama Elizabeth,
We trust in the mighty grace of God that made us co partakers of the eternal inheritance not counting our sins.
We are fine and the orphans are in school except for food shortage that is threatening here.
I have been prompted with the profile of one of the orphans FMI started to support at the age of 9 years from Kisumu Street, back to school, then college where he became somebody.
This is none other than Victone Onyango, this boy is now winning more of the youths to Christ, an active community youth activities leader, a regional scout leader, an evangelist, a farmer and a very resourceful youth in the church.
We thank the lord for FMI and Rene Brown and all the brethren that have stood with you to do this noble work.