Monthly Archive: July 2014

Our last day in Rwanda

Dear Friends We have come to our last day in Rwanda and I have found the time to write once more before we leave this evening for home. I do so with a grateful heart and much hope and excitement about our future together. God has revealed so much to us and has shown us many …

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Busy days in Rwanda

Dear Friends It has been a busy two days here in Rwanda. On Monday we packed up and left our guest house in Nymata (just north of Mbyo) and traveled back to Kigali and the Diocesan Guest house. While waiting for the bishop and some of his staff to arrive we ran into two groups from PEARUSA, one …

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Report from Mbyo

“Dear Friends, We prayed for your service today and trust that God showed up in Norfolk as he surely did in Mbyo. Let no one complain of the length of our services ever again (let alone the sermons!). Our’s went for over 3.5 hours this morning/afternoon and later we heard that this was a ‘special’ service …

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Sermon, July 27, 2014

Rev. Brian Campbell, speaker

Greetings from Mbyo

Greetings from Mbyo – ‘Muraho’ in Rwandese. We have had a hard time finding an internet connection so I apologize for not writing earlier. We have had a whirlwind time so far in Rwanda. We arrived safe and sound on Wednesday night and were welcomed warmly by Winnie Muvunyi and our driver for the week, Vincent. We spent …

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Week of July 21 of Pentecost

Dear Friends We leave tomorrow (July 22) for Rwanda and covet your prayers for the next 10 days. The team consists of Rob Slaughter, Kim Johnson, Scotti Johnson, Debra Bustetter, Maggie Fraser, Jordan O’Byrne, Claire Campbell and myself. Our hope is to communicate via email as we are able so keep on the look-out for …

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Sermon, July 20, 2014

Rev. Brian Campbell, speaker

The Fundamental Choice!

The LORD knows the days of the blameless, and their heritage will remain forever; they are not put to shame in evil times; in the days of famine they have abundance. Psalm 37:18-19 I can easily tell when my life is out of balance. I either find myself waking up in the middle of the …

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Week of July 16 of Pentecost

Dear Friends We are less than a week away from our trip to Rwanda.  There are 8 of us going (Rob Slaughter, Kim Johnson, Scotti Johnson, Debra Bustetter, Maggie Fraser, Jordan O’Byrne, Claire Campbell, and myself). We leave together on Tuesday July 22 from Dulles in DC at 5:55 pm and return in two groups: …

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Sermon, July 13, 2014

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