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"God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble". Psalm 46:1

"If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land". 2 Chronicles 7:14

  • Please pray that Greg Cornwell's biopsy on Friday, July 26th will show the Leukemia is gone.
  • Rhonda Fox's father is in ICU on a ventilator with Covid. You can also be praying that no one else in the family tests positive.
  • Pray for continued healing for Chan Wey Sam after her surgery last week and continued battle with breast cancer.
  • Mark Kemble's brother, Todd (59 yrs old) passed away suddenly last Monday.
  • Sharon Wichert was admitted to McCall Hospice House. Please pray for her health and her spirit that she may shine Jesus during this difficult time.
  • McKenna Jones was in a serious roll over wreck. She is the daughter of Bob and Vicki Jones. Please be in prayer for continued improvement and recovery.
  • Tommy Cheek is out of ICU but still in the hospital with Covid-19. His lungs are weak and he is on oxygen. Please be in prayer for him and for his family as they are suffering with Covid as well.
  • Please be in continued prayer for Kristen Mixson. The doctor is planning to start radiation mid-August here in Greenville so she can be with her husband. 
  • Please continue to pray for Austin Somerville. He is making amazing strides at the Shepherd Rehab Center in Atlanta. He and Kasie (his mother) continue to witness to those around them and bring people to the Lord! 

"A 24-year-old Ugandan woman named Rehema was traveling with her father, a Muslim sheikh, on a business trip to the eastern part of their country this past March. Because of the travel restrictions of the Covid-19 virus, they were required to extend their stay in the Mbale District. On May 4, 2020, Rehema found a Christian radio program, and as a result of listening to it, she came to faith in Christ!

However, Rehema's Muslim father was so angry about her conversion that he beat her, poured gasoline on her, and set her on fire. Rehema’s aunt intervened and took her to the hospital for treatment, but she is expected to be hospitalized for at least a month until her extensive wounds heal." Via: Frontline Missions

Way to Pray: Please pray for Rehema’s recovery, that she would grow in her new faith in Christ, and that God would open her father’s heart to the Gospel.


Holly Beech (a graduate of Southside Christian School) began working with Trans World Radio (TWR) in 1997 during her studies at the Moody Bible Institute. That same year, Andrew Haas joined Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) and began traveling as part of The JESUS Film Project. They met in 2006 during an Africa partnership project. Andrew soon moved to Johannesburg, South Africa, married Holly in 2008, and left Cru to join TWR. After serving together in Africa nine years, God called Andrew to a video position at TWR headquarters in North Carolina. He serves unreached oral people groups by helping deliver God's Word electronically through video. More and more bibleless people groups have access to smartphones allowing TWR to deliver series of short bible story films designed to facilitate discipleship and church planting through social media.

Way to Pray: Since 2019, Andrew has been producing Trans World Radio’s internal monthly videos. TWR missionaries and staff around the world say it’s never been better. He appreciates your prayers over the next five months as he trains up three newer staff and hands this series off to them. In January 2021, he’ll be able to manage TWR MOTION’s translation projects full-time.

July 2020, MOTION delivered a pilot for the new and improved PALM training curriculum ( They pray everything is finished in 2021. 

Meanwhile, Holly continues to oversee missions at our local church in Raleigh. In 2020 she also took up the post of operations director in a stressful season as the church moved to a new building during the coronavirus lockdown.


Local ministry, Mill Village Farms (under the umbrella of Mill Community Ministries) is transforming vacant properties into bountiful gardens to grow locally-sourced produce for communities that often have limited access to fresh and local foods. While they grow fresh produce, they are also growing employment and training opportunities for community youth. Their goal is to empower youth with experiences in basic job skills, sustainable agriculture, and entrepreneurship.

In response to COVID-19, Mill Village Farms asked our community to come together to help feed families facing hardship as many found themselves suddenly and unavoidably out of work. In addition, many families had more mouths to feed at home due to schools shutting down. 

Since the first week of April, they have: 

  • Delivered 11,481 boxes of produce to families facing hardship
  • Distributed 172,215 pounds of fresh fruits and veggies
  • Employed 8 community teenagers on their farms (a smaller crew with extra precautions due to COVID)

We're thankful for ministries like Mill Village Farms for doing so much to care for our community!

  • Pray Sam Ingrassia's mother, Mary, who had an aortic heart valve replacement on July 6. Initially, the family was overjoyed the surgery itself went well, however, following the surgery, she had trouble waking from the anesthesia and suffered a stroke. Please pray for the family as they deal with the grief from this new development.
  • Joy Anglea praises God for her continued healing post-hernia surgery. Please pray for any residual pain to subside. Please also pray for her as she cares for her dad.
  • Pray for the Martens (Germany) as they prepare to come home for a multi-month furlough this fall. They have a lot to wrap up before they head to the states.

Kinship Network is a partnership of local churches focused on the expansion of God's Kingdom in the Middle East. The work they do is facilitated by a couple of different organizations. One of these organizations, Ananias House, works in Syria to educate and equip indigenous leaders, care for children, and more.

Every summer, Ananias House usually hosts kids camps as a way to provide a fun, safe space for kids and also minister to them in the midst of so much turmoil. Because Ananias House has been funneling funds needed for humanitarian aid, the summer camp funding for children has dropped. Will you pray that God will miraculously provide the money for many children to go to camp? There is a need for an additional $35,000. If you are interested in giving please contact them at!


Lt. Matthew Clark
Caleb Ford
2nd Lieutenant Parker Lewis
SFC Josh McSpadden
Cpt. Laura Rodgers
Major Tiffany Scheivert
...and the many others who are in active military service.

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