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“Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations…”

“Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations…”

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“Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations…”

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  1. “Go into all the world and make disciples of all nations…” Through the years God has given CLC the privilege of ministering in many areas of the world. They include: Traditional Native American Tribes Cambodia Bali, Indonesia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Lascahobas, Haiti…

  2. TRADITIONAL PUEBLO INDIANS Hopi, Zuni, Laguna, Hualapai…

  3. TRADITIONAL PUEBLO INDIANS Construction, Family Fun Night, Tribal Partnerships

  4. TRADITIONAL PUEBLO INDIANS Adopt an Elder, Hopi Mobile Library, Special Needs, Head Start

  5. CAMBODIA Bak Roteh Orphan Home

  6. CAMBODIA The rice mill project

  7. BALI, INDONESIA Orphans, Bible College, Radio Ministry

  8. ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA, AFRICA Foursquare Churches & Bible College

  9. DUBAI & ETHIOPIA

  10. ECUADOR The England Family in Cuenca, Ecuador Michael & Jennifer, Foursquare missionaries from CLC to Cuenca, Ecuador. www.calltothenations.blogspot.com

  11. HAITI Lascahobas Foursquare Church & Church Property

  12. LASCAHOBAS, HAITI A portion of the Lascahobas Foursquare Church Property

  13. FAMILY FUN NIGHT ON HOPI Monday, July 1 – Saturday, July 6, 2013 THE HOPI INDIANS, who live in the arid highlands of northern Arizona, have inhabited the same place for a millennium, far longer than any other people in North America. They are not only one of the oldest dwellers in this land but are considered by most other Indians to have a wisdom, a knowledge of things, beyond average comprehension. Peace-loving and knit tightly together by clan relationships, they are intensely spiritual and fiercely independent. Their all-pervading religion is a many stranded cord that unites them to their stark, and beautiful environment.

  14. …AND TIBET August, 2013 Our purpose will be to go and place our feet there and pray for God’s Will for Tibet.

  15. TRADITIONAL PUEBLO INDIANS Hopi, Zuni, Laguna… THANK YOU… for your partnership! www.restoringtouch.org & www.hopi.org