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January 2011

January 2011

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The Scotts January Newsletter
The Scotts January Newsletter

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Published by: Tim Scott on Jan 22, 2011
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We are scheduled for home assignment in June but are comingback a month early so that we can celebrate Kelsey’s graduationfrom Lancaster Bible College May 13. We will be living for a yearat the farmhousebehindCalvary Church.We hope to seemany of youduring this time.Please contactus and we’ll geta date on thecalendar!
The Scotts are serving in Papua New Guinea with Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Tim recentlyattended theMalei NT dedica-tion on a narrowridge top in re-mote PNG. TheLindstrom’sworked therefor almost 20years. Thecelebration wasmarked with grateful and joyful worship in traditional dress.Many skits portrayed that even though missionaries came manyyears ago, without God’s Word in their language, it was hard toknow Jesus. It was a wonderful weekend. Tim photographedthe event and all the pictures in this letter are from that dedica-tion (except one!). One especially touching moment was whenthe community honored the national co-translators becauseseveral had died and the others had sacri
ced much to bringGod’s Word to this remote area. There were gifts mixed withtears as the community expressed their appreciation.
Pep Talk
Kacie has
nished her
rstsemester as a college stu-dent and has enjoyed beingreunited with her sisters. Shehas a great group of friendsthat really encourage eachother. Kayla is working in theWorships Arts Departmentas a media specialist andlikes the creative job she hasat Lancaster Bible Collegealong with her studies. Sheworks on powerpoints, bro-chures and programs for thedepartment’s presentations.Kelsey has moved off campus this semester. She is looking fora job now that she is only months from graduation. She en- joys tennis and is the team’s captain. Hope is still volunteer-ing at both Calvary Preschool and with a dog groomer. Shelikes her cat who is her constant companion. She is lookingforward to Special Olympics’ basketball this spring.
In January, we began our tenthyear in Papua New Guinea!From the lows of our ac-cident to the highs of seeingcompleted translations, fourgraduated daughters and over65 hostel kids, it has been atruly amazing journey. This hasonly been possible becauseof the tremendous team thatpartners with us. YOU! Thanksso much for your continuedprayers and support.
Volume 10 Number 1January 2011

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