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McClung Newsletter: April 2018

Dear friends,

Greetings from windy Oklahoma! I hope and trust that all is going well for you and that you are enjoying the many blessings and benefits of serving our Lord Jesus Christ. Jeannie, Jack, and I want to thank you for faithfully partnering with us in sharing the Gospel in Germany.

Nearly thirty years ago, our family moved to Germany to be involved in evangelism and church planting. The vision and mission were clear and by God’s grace, and to His glory alone, the work in Germany has been established and turned over to German national leadership. We are grateful for the Lord’s faithfulness and fruitfulness in ministry. Now we believe a time of transition has come. We are actively seeking the Lord’s plan and purpose for this new season of ministry with IPHC World Missions Ministries.

We are meeting with WMM Leadership to explore options for our next missionary assignment. Please keep us in prayer as we seek God’s will for future ministry. As plans develop, we will keep you informed.

As a financial partner, please continue your monthly support as this will help us return to the field even more quickly after our new assignment is determined.

March Ministry in Berlin

Jeannie spent the past three weeks in Berlin leading a women’s missions team from Ardmore, Oklahoma. The team ministered at a women’s conference. They also shared the love of Jesus with the prostituted women on the streets in Berlin’s red light district and in Alabaster Jar Café. The ministry included a trip to Wiesbaden, Germany to join our missionary colleagues, Jeff and Miranda Weaver, in ministry to the U.S. military.

Worth More Than Rubies – Women’s Get Away Day

Ardmore H2O Team at Alabaster Jar

Ardmore H20 Team Dropping off Gifts for Refugees

Pastor Jeff Weaver – Living Water Christian Center, Ministry to the U.S. Military

MTI – Missionary Training International

During our time in the States, we will attend Missionary Training International in Colorado Springs, CO. This training will provide new insight in today’s missions and current changes that missionaries face on the field. Jack will also attend sessions designed for teenage missionary kids. We look forward to this opportunity in our preparation for a new season of ministry.

We are staying in Woodward, OK, where our daughter, Angie, and son-in-law, Andrew, are raising their family. Our other daughter, Melissa, and husband, Marc, live a couple hours away. We all try to get together as often as we can. Of course, we enjoy spending time with our four grandchildren (Abby-9, Kaitlyn-8, Olivia-7, and Byron-6). Jack is already attending the public high school. He enjoys the academic program and especially sports in America. Basketball is a passion and he has enjoyed playing on the varsity team for the
Woodward Boomers.

The Bible encourages us to “not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not
lose heart.” Gal. 6:9 (NKJV)

Thank you again for your many prayers and financial investment in the Kingdom of God.

Because He Lives,

MARK & JEANNIE MCCLUNG

 

 

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