September 2009 Travel Update!!

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Gulf of Mexico Sunset**I have been trying to mail this letter for the last week, but have had no Internet access on my laptop.  Hopefully I can get it mailed while I’m at one of the three airports I’ll be in today!**  Sunday update:  didn’t happen at the airports.  This is being sent from Oregon! Greetings to ...
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Are Missionaries Living in the United States “Real Missionaries”?

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In October 2008 I spent three weeks in Florida, and while down there, I was able to go to the NTM Home Office quite a few times.  Our USA Home Office has close to 200 staff members serving 2,300 American missionaries!  These home staff missionaries are extremely important!  And these are the necessary jobs that they fill:

  • Finance Department – making sure that  support ...
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End of December update…It’s almost January!!!

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Florida Trip Highlights
I had an great time in Florida! Amy & I were able to share in a missions conference in Lake City, Florida. I had an awesome time meeting new people & sharing about Mexico! I was also able to visit the New Tribes USA Home Office and see all the people that are need to keep a mission organization running – close to 200 missionaries! It was also nice to see that Amy ...
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October Florida Trip!

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This October I took my first trip to Florida!  As I left the fall colors in Oregon, I wondered what Florida would be like.  I knew there would be palm trees, and moss, but there was so much more.  I tried to enjoy the fall colors, but there was only one tree that changed colors, and it wasn’t even the leaves, it was a flowery looking thing.

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October Update – Sharing in Churches & a Trip to Florida!

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Hey Y’all,

It’s now fall time in Oregon! Which is great, but I won’t be here to enjoy it! Why? I was invited to share at a missions conference in Florida with Amy Heckman. So now you are wondering, “Crystal, why in the world would you want to go to Florida?” I thought I would never have to go to Florida, I’ve heard

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