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Justo and Patricia Pillman complete their service in Ecuador
Justo and Patricia Pillman and their family have faithfully served as missionaries in Ecuador for more than six years. They have served a local congregation, been involved in youth ministry and helped some local homeschool families. Many of the goals they had when they first went to Ecuador have been met and they believe the ministry they have been involved with can now be turned over to Ecuadorians. The AFLC World Missions Committee has accepted their request to return to the United States.
The Pillmans will leave Ecuador the end of June but will continue to work for AFLC World Missions until the end of July. They will continue to be connected to AFLC World Missions as missionary candidates who will be awaiting future assignments. The World Missions Committee and the Pillmans will continue to pray for direction regarding their future missionary service. The Committee gives thanks for the Pillmans’ faithful service and the ways God has used them in Ecuador.
Pastor Craig Johnson - World Missions Committee Chairman
Michael will be a seasonal missionary, meaning he will be on the AFLC mission field for only part of each year. From January to May, he will be teaching pastors and church leaders with our other Ugandan missionaries. During the remaining part of the year, he will be employed at Luther Island Bible Camp and doing deputation. He has worked at this camp annually for 12 years and wishes to continue his involvement in their ministry.
Michael Rokenbrodt and Famke Berger (not present) were commissioned Wednesday evening during the Mission service at Annual Conference.
Missionaries on the Move
The Nathan Jore family, are in the U.S. on furlough until November 2018.
Matthew and Ednay Abel have returned to Brazil and will began exploring their outreach to Paraguay.
The John Lee family have arrived in Brazil to began their ministry. They will be spending the first weeks traveling in Brazil with the Journey Missions team that is now in Brazil.
Michael Rokenbrodt in now in the U.S. doing some deputation and working at the Luther Island Bible Camp.
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