January 26, 2018

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HANS VISSER AND MARIO CARDOBA

It took over three years to finish the staff housing at the Baja Mission, and at last we have moved our permanent staff from the old trailers into the new building. Hans VisserTaber, AB and Mario Cordoba cut the ribbon at the dedication.

Our WINGS group in Redding, CA furnished the kitchen and bathrooms and Lynora Ward provided much of the beautiful furniture for the living rooms.   

THE LITTLE LOST PUP

A dear friend called and he has been given an opening to minister in several prisons in different states. His hope is to distribute The Little Lost Pup among the inmates. I wept knowing that Craig’s ministry continues after his departure.
(The Little Lost Pup is available through the FFHM office). 

Please pray for this major distribution.

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THANK YOU CARDS

Vicki Gravell took on the huge project of filling our children’s Christmas socks (really, beautiful Christmas bags) at the Baja Mission.

The children outdid themselves by writing precious thank you letters.   

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GRANT

Dr. Melissa Pereau, our granddaughter, reported that our great grandson, Grant is deaf. In 1954, our daughter Andrea was diagnosed with a 70% hearing loss; but in 1964 she was prayed for by Pastor Erling Wold at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in North Hollywood and her hearing was completely restored.  Later the miracle was confirmed by the John Tracy Clinic in Los Angeles. 

We believe in miracles! 

RICHARD AND JUDY

Missionary Richard Larson had open heart surgery on January 15th. There were complications, but praise God he came home on Saturday, January 20th.

Please keep him in prayer for a full recovery.  

Richard and his wife, Janice, were missionaries in Panama and recently taught at our Bible Institute at the Baja Mission

SUSANNA AND HER HUSBAND IN THE CENTER

Joe and JoAnn Payne have been FFHM's “forever friends.”  For years, the Payne family was responsible for sending each child a Christmas stocking.

In lieu of wedding gifts, their daughter, Susanna, asked that donations be made to FFHM.  

Train up a child in the way he shall go…”