- After serving in Romania over two years Gerald and Ann Nichols
have returned to the United States. The Nicholses and the McAnultys
were among the first American missionaries to work in Romania.
There have been about 360 baptisms over the past two years.
- LaVega Parker and his wife, Nancy, desire to become long-term
missionaries in Czechoslovakia. They need a sponsoring church,
monthly support, mid travel funds. The Parkers have 24 years experience
in preaching and missionary work. Write: Rt. 1, Box 1071, Malakoff,
TX 75148, or call (903) 489-0747.
- The church in Dindigtul, Tamil, Nadu, South India conducts
a training program for preachers and teachers. The directors of
the school are E.A. Arumugam and C. Aruidass; other teachers are
J.W. Samson and Thomas Thangadurai. The elders of the Avondale
church, 4017 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032 can give additional
- The Avondale church in Decatur reports a good work in Kieve,
Ukraine. The Center church began on September 1, 1992, in Kieve
with 48 baptism. To date there have been 198 baptisms. The Kieve
Bible Institute is currently teaching 18 men to preach the Word.
Interestingly, the Center church withdrew fellowship from 12 after
efforts failed over six months to get them to attend.
- Charles Thigpen and T. J. Hughes announce the Viet Nam Mission
Reunion during the World Missions Workshop, October 22, 1993,
at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn.