January 2015

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Thank you for your prayers during my time in Oregon during Christmas.  Meeting my little nephew, Lincoln, was the highlight for me!
Here are some things coming up in the next week that you can be praying about.

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Remember Vicente from my last email?  During Christmas break he got married to another one of our students, Erendira.  Erendira is a Cora Indian from ...

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English Practicum

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We finished our English Practicum on December 4th! Our students worked for three weeks using a language learning technique that they will use when they are learning a tribal language.  Two couples from Arizona come down: Don & Jean, and Gerry & Linda for three weeks. Thanksgiving dinner was with over 30 people and included a history of why we celebrate Thanksgiving.  We even had an American church service and everything that goes with it: name tags, bulletins, hymns ...

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Two Very Different Christmases

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Merry Christmas!  I got a letter this week from one of my missionary friends, and I so want to share it with you to help you see why we are here in Mexico.


An Incomplete Christmas Story
Written by Linda Steinbacher

There is a little girl. Her name is Eva June. She is our second granddaughter. She is six years old. Eva is beautiful, smart, and she listens closely to the stories she is told ...

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My parents came to visit!!!

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This month my parents came down to Chihuahua for ten days.  While it wasn’t their first trip to Mexico, it was their first time to Chihuahua & they got their passports stamped!  They really enjoyed their time here meeting my friends, seeing my church, and the ministry that I’m a part of.  We had a great trip to the mountains to see the Copper Canyon.  We also enjoyed the history of Chihuahua according to Hector & ...

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Trip to the Mountains

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In September we took the students on a four day trip to the mountains.  We visited two of our former students that are beginning to learn Tarahumara language and culture study.  We also visited some Tarahumara communities and different missions out there.  One of our goals during this trip was to see which area would be open to allowing us to do our 5 week language practicum in the Springtime there.  We got some areas ...
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