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Pastor Trey and Lea Ann Turner

 

A new church plant is now meeting in Wisconsin Rapids on Sunday nights.   The Church at Wazeecha has officially started holding public worship services in Kellner Moravian Church at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday nights.   Pastor Trey Turner moved from Texas back in 2008 with a vision to start a new church that would make disciples.      Then their church would be a church that would plant churches.   Starting in the Fall of 2013 after several years of home bible studies, Trey began leading public worship service and inviting the community.

Please pray for Trey and Lea Ann as The Church at Wazeecha starts.   They have a commitment Sunday coming for Easter.  Mission teams are also scheduled come this summer from Illinois and Texas.   A summer missionary is coming from Liberty University.  Pray God uses all these mission efforts to reach people in Wisconsin Rapids with the gospel.

Trey has also asked us to pray the Lord will raise up a worship leader for them.   Pray this church will reach lost people and that the Lord of harvest will send laborers to the Wisconsin Rapids area.   Thank you for your partnership in the gospel as you keep Trey, Lea Ann, and The Church at Wazeecha in your prayers.

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encouragement coming your way
On April 12 at our next quarterly meeting we will have a very special guest with over 47 years experience in the pastorate, Roger Roberts.  Roger will be sharing out of his experience and wisdom how you can preserver as a leader and pastor in ministry.    See more details on April 12 inside.
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Two great workshops are coming our way!!!  If you are a leader of any kind and want to multiply yourself, I really encourage you to come to our April 30 One Day Coaching Workshop.   If you want to help your church plant new churches in any capacity, then I also encourage you to come May 12-14.  You can find when, where, and how to register inside this month’s newsletter.
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..women’s conference is back by popular demand
One conference that took place last year that is back by popular demand is the upcoming Women’s Conference in April.  We look forward to having you back.  Register when you open the newsletter!!!

Please be in prayer for all that is taking place during these coming months.  May the Lord equip His saints to do the work of the ministry to fulfill the Great Commission.

In Christ,

Mark Millman
Church Planting Catalyst/Director of Missions

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SWBA pastors on Holy Land Tour, from left to right, Nhia Yee Her, Mark Hong, Bob Stine, Moises Rodriguez, Julius Brent, Mark Millman

From January 14 to 23 there  were 38 pastors and staff members from across the Minnesota-Wisconsin Baptist Convention.   Six of us were from the Southern Wisconsin Baptist Association.  In the picture you see us gathered in Tiberias on the Sea of Galiliee.

Our tour covered more than 40 sites all across Israel.  Some of the highlights included Caesarea Maritima, Dan, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Capernaum, Massada, the Mount of Olives, the Garden of Gethsemane, the Via Delarosa, and the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem. Our pastors were enlightened by our guide who had a vast knowledge of the Scriptures and geography.   His expertise along with the devotional nature of our group made the trip both informational and inspirational.

Some scholarly highlights included visiting the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea Scrolls are stored along with visiting the caves of Qumran where they were found.  Perhaps the most disturbing site we visited was the Holocaust Museum built in remembrance of the 6.5 million Jews who were systematically killed during World War II.   Leo Endel did an excellent job of connecting the Scriptures to all the sites we visited.

I want to thank our churches for sending our pastors and for the SWBA for sending me.  I am very grateful for this opportunity which has shed so much light on the teachings of the Bible and the life of Jesus.    We pray our  adventure to Israel will help us to walk more closely with the Lord in the days to come.

 


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