We are pleased to welcome the Jason Baker family as a missionary with APBM. Brother Baker is called to assist missionaries and local churches in the arctic region with his many God given talents. We greatly look forward to working with this family as they go to Alaska to begin working with missionaries and establishing relationships with the surrounding ministries.
News from the Mission Field
We are pleased to welcome the Rey Martinez Family as a missionary with APBM. Brother Martinez is called to minister to the Lakota Sioux on the Rosebud Reservation, and we greatly look forward to working with him as he and his family continue their work in South Dakota.
We are pleased to welcome several families that have been approved as missionaries with APBM.
Brother Bro. Jordan Kurecki is called to minister to the Nubi people of Uganda, and we greatly look forward to working with him as he begins deputation.
Also joining the All Points family are the Shaver families. Bro. Michael Shaver, as well as Bro. Nate Shaver, and their respective families are both called to minister to the people of Iceland. We are overjoyed at this team joining with All Points Baptist Mission to do what the Lord has called them to do.
Make plans now to come for this years Advanced Missionary and Chaplaincy Training!
AMCT 2018 will be from August 5th through the 10th.
Pastor’s Day is Tuesday, August 7th! Missionary, Chaplain, or Pastor – Register today!
II Timothy 2:2
“And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.”
We are pleased to welcome the Philip Ninan Family as a missionary with APBM. Brother Ninan is called to minister to the people of India, and we greatly look forward to working with him as he and his family begins deputation.
After leaving Vanavara one week ago on May 7, and after spending a week in Krasnoyarsk with friends and church family, we are now getting ready to depart from Russia as we follow the Lord’s leading to our new place of service in Stephenville, NL. While it has been a very emotional and difficult time saying goodbye to those that we know and love, the Lord has given grace and His peace that passes all understanding still continues to rule in our hearts.
Tomorrow, May 15, at 11am local time (12 midnight EDT), we will fly out of Krasnoyarsk and begin the long trip back to the States. Our flights take us through Moscow and New York before arriving at our destination in Portland, ME. We would ask that you please uphold us in your prayers during this time of travel for safety, for our luggage to make it without any problems and that we would be able to get some rest on the flights.
Lord willing we will be arriving into Portland between midnight and 1am Wednesday morning. We will update everyone upon our arrival back in the States.
Matt Northcutt, Via the Northbound Northcutt’s Blog:
Thank you for praying for your missionaries! Below is an email that we received from Bro. JR Wright this afternoon.
I just wanted to send out a thank you and brief update as many of you have been praying that we would have a quick answer from Greenland concerning our residence permit. We received an email from the Denmark embassy Tuesday that Greenland has approved my family and I for a one year residence permit. We now will be able to work on setting up a date for our container and air line tickets for our move. We are simply moving and focusing on one step at time, as the Lord continues to open the door, till very soon we will be in Greenland! Thank you to all that are and have been praying for us! May the Lord bless you!
Missionary to Greenland
Please continue to pray for our missionaries as they endeavor to do the Lord’s will in their lives!