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SPRING, 1967

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NO. 1

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c/o Mr. and Mrs. Clare Buskirk


4100 "X" Street

Lincoln, Nebr. 68503

Norfolk, Nebr.

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NEWS PRINTING CO.
P. O. Box 278
Norfolk, Nebr. 68701

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"Truly Is Plenfeous" - SUPPORT REPORT We report to you enthusiastically! The Lord has blessed us as we have been raising funds for our Mission to Zambia. While touring Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado significant support and interest
has been raised.

"The Harvest Is Plenteous"


In the February 17th Issue of TIME magazine religion featured a discussion of Missions in Africa. that article: "In Zambia, President Kenneth Kaunda that missionaries would be tolerated only If they did
version'."

the section on We quote from recently warned not 'spread sub

This statement Impresses on us the urgency of the situation. The fact Is that missionaries can now enter Zambia. Just how long they will be tolerated Is not known. Let us act while the door is open. Our desire is to train African leaders so that the Church of Christ will march triumphantly forward without the leadership of missionaries. Time is short. We will go if you will send.

The following Churches have


getic mission venture:

indicated participation in this ener

Christian Church, Glasco, Kansas

Home Union Chapel, Norfolk,


Nebraska

Christian
braska

Church, Chester, Ne
Church, Council
Church,

First Christian Bluffs, Iowa

Going to
Zambia . The
SAPP

South Side Christian Council Bluffs, Iowa

Poudre Valley Christian Church, Ft. Collins, Colorado Christian Church, Edison, Nebraska These
Indicated

churches have
the amount

definitely
of their

participation. Many other churches


; f but are waiting for

Gerald Beckrnhaiicr, miniKter of


bnsis in financiul aupjiort.

Family
RON AMY

have said "We will help you." j porus to Kun of hw cotiKretratuin s committee and intentions to particiiiate on a

board meetings for final decisions,

DAVID JENNIFER

Here Is why we are enthusiastic: Since January 1, 1967 we have been engaged in full time fund raising. Working only two months V)'e have more than 40% of our funds ralsedl Praise the Lord for those who give.

A Personal No+e . . .
Dear Ones:

TRAVEL FUND . . .

in To all in

We thank you sincerely for the generous gifts given to the work Zambia. To those who have designated regular gifts, Thank You. those who are praying. Thank You. To the many Christians over who are participating In the most challenging mission frontier recent history. Thank You, and may God richly reward your faith.
In HIS service,

Many individuals and congregations have been designating gifts for the TRAVEL FUND. Gifts given to this fund are deposited in a savings account and are drawing maximum interest. A total of $400.89 is now on hand. Thank you to you who give. A total of
$2000 is needed.
VEHICLE FUND . . .

A total of $2000 Is needed for the purchase of a vehicle for service in Zambia. To date, no gifts have been designated for this
fund. The need remains.

Ron and Amy Sapp

NEWS
FROM ZAMBIA

Wi

Family Album

Oavid Lloyd, an active 2V2 year old manages to keep his parents busy. The recent move from Glasco,
Kansas
to

to

Lincoln,
him from

Nebraska
David to

seems
does

affect

little.

realize changes are being made.

The

Greflt opportunities for missionary-evangelistic work in Zambia are now open. The reports from LeRoy Rarrdali, Don Meechem, Charles
Bell, and others are certainly exciting.

transition teresting

America

Zambia

will no doubt bring about some in


reactions.

A recent letter from Leroy Randall stated this; "And 1 am glad to hear you are going to be with us soon. The possibilities of s great evangelistic work in this country are limitless. It seems to me that this country is on the threshold of a great evangelistic surge forward. This is especially true of Lusaka where literally thousands of people are making their way from all parts of Zambia to seek
new homes."

Our intention is to work in the capital city of Lusaka. Evangelistic

opportunities in this modern city of 150,000 people are boundless.Active financial participation by interested Christians and "effectual, fervant prayer" of many will change intention to achievement.

Jennifer Nell turned 1 year old February 1. Her sincere smile and pleasing personality are sure to be assets as she grows up in a foreign land. Children provide opportunities for evangelism on the foreign field.
Native children are often reached

through
sionaries.

the

children

of

the

mis

OUR NEEDS

$ 400 per month Living

Link

Amy is actively engaged in the responsibilities of homemaking and motherhood. Her new sewing ma chine will soon be buzzing as she be gins sewing lessons. Opportunities for teaching good homemaking prin ciples will be available in Zambia and will fall into her range of re sponsibility. The cost of living in Zambia is high. Amy's contribution in the area of sewing will be one
way to meet it.

$ 600 per month Service Link (operating expenses)


$2000 for traveling to Zambia
SPEAKING DATES AVAILABLE . . .

$2000 for the purchase of a vehicle


MAKE ALL GIFTS PAYABLE TO:

If you would like to hear first hand of our plans, we have

open dates in May, June, July and August.


braska 68506.

Send correspondence of
Blvd., Lincoln, Ne

Ron and Amy Sapp - Central Africa AAission

this nature to Ronald D. Sapp, 5246 Pioneer

LEHERS WE'VE RECEIVED (excerpts) Dear Ron and Amy: lend gifts to:

Mr. and Mrs. G. Clare Buskirk


4100 "X" Street

1 enjoyed your morning service at our church recently, and am happy at this time to be able to make a small contribution.
Sincerely,
G.E.H.

Lincoln, Nebraska 66503