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TAKING CHRIST'S LIGHT TO JAPAN'S DARKNESS

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NEWS

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FROM

JAPAN

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AND THE

WILKINSONS

MARK, TIM, BETH, PEGGY, DALE, BILLY
JUNE, 1980

Dear friends,
Mark, Beth, Tim, and Billy had a great
time attending school this past year. They
attended a Christian school near Columbus,
Ohio, because the curriculum was the same
as what they studied in Japan on home cor

respondence. Billy, who just turned five,
attended pre-school and learned spoken En
glish, the ABC's, and how to count.
Tim,
who was nine in May, began the year, unable
to read or write; now he is a good reader
and enjoys memorizing Bible verses.
Beth

made great improvement academically.

Beth

was a reserve cheerleader, and just missed

receiving a "sword" award for Bible memor
ization. Mark made up for lost time and
packed four years of high school into his
senior year. He was the Valedictorian and

received a national award in speed reading-

1,800 words per minute with 100% compre
hension. Mark played on the reserve bas
ketball team, and was in several
singing
groups, which all won in State competition
and participated in the National Convention
of the

schools.

Accelerated

He was

Christian

editor of

Education

the yearbook

and a member of the soul-winning club.
plans to study Landscape
Ohio State University.

He

Architecture at

Since the first of the year, we

have

presented our mission work in the

follow

ing churches:

Gardens

Indiana -

Drexel

Christian Church (Indianapolis), Brookville
Church of Christ, Moscow Church of Christ,
and the Fairview Christian Church.

Ohio:

Cleves Church of Christ, Mason Church of
Christ, Fairfield Church of Christ, Rushsylvania Church of Christ, Village View

Church of Christ (Bowling Green), Barren
Street Chapel Church of Christ (Eaton),
and Central Church of Christ

in Kenton.

Dale also teaches Sunday School at the
Northridge Church of Christ (Circleville)
from time to time. In April, Dale spoke
at the Mid-American Missionary conference
at Mission Services in Kempton, Indiana.
We do a lot of driving about 40,000
miles in the past 12 months. Thanks to
Harold and Margaret Nye of New Burling
ton, Ohio, for allowing us to use their

1979 Volare' station wagon.
We are planning to return to

Japan

in the summer of 1981. Our children need

another year in state-side school and we
need extra time to raise additional sup

port. Most of our return (to Japan)travel
fund is now on hand. Now we are trying to
to save funds for a van or station wagon
and for school tuition for Beth, Tim and
Billy.

We've
Japan,

never

had a dependable

car in

and our work was hindered.

We need

about $6,000 to buy a van or station wagon.
With a 6-9 passenger van, we can transport
tracts, audio-visual equipment and
to teaching locations.

workers

li
ji

We are not planning for Beth, Tim and
Billy to study on their own at home as be
fore and so we need

funds for their school

tuition at the Christian Academy in Japan,
where most missionary children attend. Al
together, we need about $5,000 for the first

year's cost, and also about $300 per

month

additional support so that we can save for
the following school year. Planning ahead

like this will keep us from

falling

into

MAIN BUILDING -

SHINSHU BIBLE CAMP

this summer. All are really grateful
for this wonderful facility.

[

for

arrears with the school as in the past.

In spite of the economic "crunch" you
NEWS FROM JAPAN- We just received word

from Yoshida-san, one of the young men
the Yokosuka 1st Church of Christ.

of

spirit.

Victories in Japan are

possible

has

because God is able to use his children as

recovered from major surgery. Last year was

channels of blessing for others. God loves
to make the impossible happen, and he has
been using you, us, and many others around
the world, to prove His
existence to a
corrupt, selfish, and unbelieving world.

a difficult one for him.

He

folks have demonstrated a true sacrificial

Both his

mother

and father passed away from cancer and he
himself, was seriously ill.
Now he is do
ing fine and has begun full-time studies at
the Osaka Bible Seminary to prepare for the
ministry. PRAISE THE LORD!!!
Betty Patton wrote that Andrew suffer
ed a heart attack at Easter time.

The Pat-

tons began guiding the Yokosuka work when
we returned to the U.S. He is recuperating
but of course, has had to limit his activi
ties for a while.
At Easter, 52 children

attended a special program. Two U.S. sailors
were baptized recently. A new Japanese con
gregation in Tokyo,
special fellowship

came to Yokosuka for a
and baptismal service

with the Yokosuka Christians.

er Tokyo area churches

Also 2 old

- the Arakawa

and

Although we need thousands of

dollars

for a car, for the kid's schooling, and for
evangelism, we know that God is able to pro
vide. He is willing, if we are willing to go
and you are willing to send. (Romans 10:15)
We must all be bold and zealous

last times.

in

these

The Apostle Paul reminds us

"It is God who is at work within yoi% giving
you the will and the power to achieve
his
purpose. Do all you have to do without grum
bling or arguing, so that you may be blame

less and harmless, faultless children of God,
living in a warped

and

diseased

age, and

the Sakurayama Churches of Christ- together

shining like lights in a dark world. For you
hold up in your hands the very word of life."

with the Yokosuka 1st Church of Christ, are

(Philippians 2:13-16; Philips Translation)

planning a joint camp in August.
For Christ
5nd Japan,
St j&nd
Stanley Buttray writes

in

his

news

letter that there has been wonderful

pro

^

gress at the SHINSHU ( FAITH - LAND) BIBLE

CAMP.

The Main Building

the camp will be used for

is completed and

Japanese Christian Services

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JAPANESE CHRISTIAN SERVICES, INC.
RONALD C. RIDDLE, FORWARDING AGENT
BOX 14652

CINCINNATI, OHIO

45214

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT—MISSION SERVICES

P. 0. BOX 177

KEMPTON, IN

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Address Correction

Requested

AUGUST, 1980

JAPANESE CHRISTIAN SERVICES, INC.
DALE AND PEGGY WILKINSON - MISSIONARIES

TO JAPAN

THE MISSIONARIES

Dale Wilkinson was born and raised in Circleville, Ohio. Before beginning his
missionary service. Dale worked in the field of Medical Laboratory Technology
for about ten years. He was immersed into Christ in 1960 at the Oxford, Ohio
Church of Christ. Dale graduated from the Cincinnati Bible College in 1971 with
a B. S. degree, with a major in Christian, Missions.

Peggy (Margaret) was born in Covington, Ky., .^grew up near Oxford, Ohio. Peg
attended the Cincinnati Bible College for two years.

The Wilkinsons have four children, Mark, Beth, Tim, and Billy.
THE ORGANIZATION

The Japanese Christian Services, Inc. was formed in 1970 for the purpose of
overseeing the missionary work of the Wilkinsonsrand to lend assistance. The
church board of the Cincinnati, Ohio, President Drive Church of Christ plus
several men from other supporting congregations comprise the mission Board of
Trustees. Ronald C. Riddle is the Secretary-Treasurer (Forwarding Agent).
The Japanese Christian Services, Inc. is recognized by the U. S. government as
a non-profit religious organization.
PURPOSE

The Wilkinsons work to do evangelism, literature distribution, church planting,
leadership training, and Christian benevolence in Japan and elsewhere. As the
name Japanese Christian Services implies, their major goal is to assist and
encourage Japanese Christians in the work of evangelism.
HISTORY

The Wilkinsons first entered the field of Japan, in November, 1970.

After a
period of language study and orientation, the Wilkinsons settled in the city

of Sendai (600,000 pop.) in the Northeast part of Japan's major island.

They

worked together with missionaries Milton and Barbara Jones and Mr. Shimada,
the preacher of the Sendai Asahigaoka Church of Christ. The Wilkinsons also

conducted Bible classes and meetings in ,their own home. Th^assisted a family

in a rural town to form a church in thei^^'Kome, and they worked together with
other area missionaries and Japanese Christians in the work of mass evangelism,
and literature distribution.

The Wilkinsons returned to the U. S. for furlough in June, 1974, and returned to
Japan, in August, 1975. For over a year, they lived in the heart of Tokyo. During
this time, Dale continued to study the Japanese language on a full-time basis.

In addition. Dale took charge of Andrew and Betty Patton's Bible Closes and new
Sunday School in the city of Yachiyodai, on the outskirts of Tokyo.
a week
Dale taught English Bible at the Hoshi Pharmaceutical College in Tokyo. After
the Pattons returned from furlough in 1976, the Wilkinsons moved to the port city
of Yokosuka, south of Tokyo. There they labored again with Milton and Barbara
Jones, primarily in assisting the Yokosuka First Church of Christ.

2.

Yokosuka City occupies the central part of the Miura Peninsula, and is about
50 kilometers south of Tokyo. Population is about 400,000. Yokosuka, situated
on Tokyo Bay, flourished as the naval base of eastern Japan up to the end of
World War II. After the war, the facilities of the port were diverted to form
the bases of the U. S. 7th Fleet and Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Forces. It is
the home port for the U. S. aircraft carrier, "Midway." Naturally there is a
heavy concentration of sailors and navy personnel in the Yokosuka area.
Near Yokosuka is Kurihama Port. It is noted as the place where Commodore Matthew
Galbraith Perry (1794-1858) of the American Navy formally handed the letter from
the President of the United States to the Japanese officials in 1853, demanding
the opening of some Japanese ports to American commer^ and intercourse. This
ended almost two centuries of isolation of Japan from the Western world and set the
stage for the modern missionary movement in Japan.
The Yokosuka First Church of Christ was started during the U. S. occupation days
and grew under the leadership of various Japanese preachers. However, because
the church was unable to hire a full-time Japanese preacher, the work in
Yokosuka more or less deteriorated to the point where just a handful of high

school students were meeting and holding a small Sunday School and worship service.
The Wilkinsons and the Jones' decided to work in Yokosuka to both-'strengthen the

congregation and also to open up new areas of evangelism throughout the peninsula.
Daleis

lnc3jided teaching and preaching and giving guidance and

varioua^ielps to the Sunday School staff. Peg also taught Sunday School. The

Jone^ha^S many classes and also began working with the U. S. military. Since
the building condition was in serious disrepair, much attention was given to

to repairing the roof, plumbing, and wiring as funds permitted.

In November, 1977, the Jones* son Eric (3 yrs. old) was discovered to have

a severejform of leukemia, and within 72 hours, the entire Jones family was
forced to return < to the U. S. They are now living in Oklahoma City where
Eric is receiving special treatment at a cancer center. . _j , ^

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The Wilkinsons continued on in-the work at Yokosuk^ The Bible Class at the
Hoshi

Pharmaceutical College in Tokyo was discontinued, and Dale and Peggy

concentrated their efforts in Yokosuka, preparing the congregation for the time

when they too would be retunning to the U. S. for furlough.
the church were encouraged to begin preaching and teaching.

The young men of
There (Wer^ several

e^ligellstic programs and children's m^tin^s. Most of these were planned and

carried out by ^the Japanese. There xSd^c several baptisms during thio timo and
two young merrdecided to prepare for the ministry.

The church property and building in Yokosuka legally belongs to the Cunningham

Mission^an^^when they were successful in selling a parcel of land in Tokyo,

j^Lans^^e^ ma(Ie to completely refurbish the Yokosuka church house. Extensive
work was completed in February, 1979 and the building was dedicated March 18, 1979.
The Wilkinsons then began preparing for furlough to the U. S. and Andrew and
Betty Patton agreed to asume responsibility to give continued guidance to the
Yokosuka church. The Wilkinson returned to the U. S. in late May, 1979, and
now live in Circleville, Ohio.

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PLANS

The Wilkinsons are finalizing plans to return to Japan, in the sunnner of 1981.
After a language refresher course for returning missionaries, the Wilkinsons
will continue their work of serving Japanese Christians. They are now involved
in survey work, preparatory to deciding exactly where they should locate.
Because of their children*s education needs, there is concern about moving back

to^okosukaj))^ other like places where their children will not have the opportunity
to atten3~school.

While in Yokosuka, the children

without a teacher for three years.

were forced to study at home

This was very discouraging for the children,

and also a handicap in the church work, because both Dale and Peg had to spend
so much time guiding the home study courses. The American Navy Base in Yokosuka,
maintains a school for military dependents but charges over $3,000 a year per
child to missionaries and civilians. This cost for 3 children seems prohibitive.
The Wilkinsons are exploring the possibility of locating near a school for
missionary children. Probably they will rent a house near the Christian
Academy on the northern outskirts of Tokyo. Dale then will travel to various
preaching and teaching points.

In addition to outreach evangelism, church-planting, and strengthening. Dale
plans to work with other Church of Christ missionaries and leaders at the

Shinshu (Faith-land) Bible Camp, located in the central mountains of Japan.
There will be summer camp programs, leadership training seminars, retreats,
etc.

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DALE AND PEGGY WILKINSON AND THEIR CHILDREN, BETH, MARK, TIM, AND BILLY

have been serving as missionaries in the city of Yokosuka, Japan. The
Wilkinsons first went to Japan, in 1970, and have worked in a wide variety
of locations, ranging from small farming villages to huge cities, such as
Tokyo, where over 12 million people live.

During the time they were in Yokosuka, a city of four hundred thousand,
the existing church building was completely remodeled, two young men
were recruited for the ministry, and there were eight conversions.

The

Wilkinsons also worked together with other area missionaries in literature
distribution, school evangelism, canp programs, coffee house evangelism,
and Bible classes.

The Wilkinsons are now on home leave to assist Dale's mother and to

raise additional support for their third term of service.

Dale is also

continuing his education at the Cincinnati Christian Seminary.

The

Wilkinsons plan to return to Japan, in the Spring of 1981.
Because of the high cost of living in Japan, inflation, and the dollar

devalution, additional support is needed.
is needed for evangelism.

About $1,000 more per month

Also, funds are needed for travel back to

Japan, vehicle purchase in Japan, and schooling fees for Beth, Tim, and
Billy. Mark will be staying in the U. S. to attend college.
Please pray to'l:he;Xo,rd of Harvest that all will be provided.

Consider

the poss;ib^lity'of serving in Japan. Help advance the cause of Christ
in Japan, by sending the Wilkinsons with prayer and financial support.

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ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL CHURCHES

The Yokosuka 1st Church of Christ in

the city of Yokosuka, near Tokyo, was
completely remodeled and the congrega

tion was revitalized. The young Japan
ese leaders were encouraged to do evangelism. As a result hundreds of

young people were taught about Christ,
Bibles and literature were handed out

door to door.

This is now a center

for evangelism, and a growing church.

PLANTING THE GOSPEL SEED

Church of Christ missionaries are joinhands to spread the gospel over many
areas.

School children are taught right

at the school gates.

Open-air evange
lism is conducted in shopping arcades,
transportation centers, and wherever

there are crowds. Follow-up is made by
letters, visits, and correspondence

i

courses.

SPECIAL NEEDS FOR RETURN TO JAPAN IN JUNE, 1981

TRAVEL FUND

$ 5,000

VAN OR STATION WAGON FOR EVANGELISM..$ 6.000
16 mm SOUND MOVIE PROJECTOR
$
700

MOVING COSTS, HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
$ 1,000
1st YEAR'S SCHOOL FEES FOR CHILDREN.$ 6,000
TOTAL NEEDED BY SPRING OF 1981

$18,700

ADDITIONAL MONTHLY SUPPORT NEEDED FOR EVANGELISM....? 1,000

JAPANESE CHRISTIAN SERVICES, INC.
RONALD C. RIDDLE, FORWARDING AGENT

BOX 14652

Address Correction

Requested

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TAKING CHRIST'S LIGHT TO JAPAN'S DARKNESS

NEWS FROM JAPAN
and the

WILKINSONS
MARK, TIM, BETH, PEGGY, DALE, BILLY

SEPTEMBER,1980

Dear fnends,

Lord willing, we will return to Japan in the summer of 1981. We want to share our goals with you.
JAPAN GOALS

FURLOUGH GOALS
1. Improvement of mission operations: We are working

1. Relocation: Because our children need to attend school

with our forwarding agent and mission board of trustees to

and because Andy and Betty Patton now live in Yokosuka

improve overall operation, field strategy, and methods of
reporting to friends and contributors. One decision was to
have our newsletter printed and mailed by Mission Services

renting a house near the Christian Academyin Japan,which
is on the NW fringe of Tokyo. Rentals, though, are hard to

in Kempton, Indiana. We hope to send out our news more

find and expensive,so we are trusting the Lord to provide just

frequently than in the past so as to keep you better posted

what we need.

about our work.

2. Continued language study: After being in the U.S.for

2. Financial: We hope to return to Japan with adequate
funding. Inflation, dollar devaluation,and the very high cost

two years, we will definitely need a refresher course at
language school. Learning a second language like Japanese
is a life-time job, so we plan to devote several months to this

of living in Japan are facts of life. If we are to have adequate
housing and also expand our evangelistic work, we need
about $600 per month additional support.
Sufficient funds are now saved for our travel expenses back to

Japan, but we still need about $5,000 to purchase a van for
evangelism, and $5,000 for next year's school fees for Beth

and are capably guiding the church there, we are considering

task.

3. Evangelism: As soon as possible we will begin classes
and Bible study groups in our neighborhood. Also, we envis
ion having Bible study groups in a circuit of several area
towns. Often there are Christians who desire help in getting a

and Billy in Japan, since they will be attending a special

new congregation established. There are not enough trained

school for missionary children.

national leaders to go into the hundreds ofchurchless areas.
We want to use training materials, perhaps working with the

Osaka Bible Seminary, to give on ^e spot help and
encouragement. A van will be indispensable for the work we
have in mind.

FURLOUGH ADDRESS
If you would like for us to present our work in Japan to your
congregation, please contact us at our home address:
131 Edison Avenue

Circleville, Ohio 43113
phone: (614) 474-4806

VICTORY IN CHRIST Perhaps you remem

ABOUT

ber our mentioning Bill Owens. Bill is a sailor in the Navy.

was the national capital ofJapan between 710 and 784 A.D.It
is the site of the Todai Temple compound which was founded
in 752. The chief object of worship there is the Giant Buddha,
which is one of the largest bronze statues in the world. The
statute is 53V2 feet high. The materials used in construction
were 437 tons of bronze, 165 pounds of mercury,286 pounds of

While his ship was in Yokosuka, Bill was baptized at the
Yokosuka church. Andy and Betty Patton wrote that Bill has

really been witnessing on his ship and as a result, two other
sailors received Christian baptism at the church. Bill was
transfered back to the U.S. for additional training and we

JAPAN

The ancient city of NARA

received a letter from him in August. While visiting home in

pure gold, 7 tons of vegetable wax, and an enormous amount

Kokomo, Indiana, Bill won his mother to the Lord and she
was baptized at the Kokomo Church of Christ.

of charcoal and other materials. The statue is housed in the

world's largest wooden building, which is 186 feet wide, 165
feet long, and 159 feet high.

MEET OUR FORWARDING AGENTRON RIDDLE
Ron and his wife Ruth live in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ron has a

career in the security field. He is a leader atthe Western Hills
Church of Christ and heads up a tape ministry for the sick

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and shut-in. He is also a member ofthe church's missionary
committee. Ron and Ruth have been involved in missionsfor

many years. Peg and I worked with the Riddles at the Laurel
Homes mission in Cincinnati for several years. The Riddles
have also worked with the State Avenue Church of Christ and
the President Drive Church of Christ in Cincinnati. Few

realize the extent of a forwarding agent's duties. Ron keeps

financial records, sends in reports to the Internal Revenue
Service, sends receipts to contributors, forwards funds to us,

works up the final financial report, keeps records for the

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mission board of trustees, and sends out materials to
churches. Until recently, Ron mailed out our newsletter. At

the last mailing,the addressograph machine broke down and
Ron typed over 1200 addresses by hand. We are really
grateful for this servant of God!!
Yours in Christ,
RONALD AND RUTH RIDDLE

NOTE:
FORWARDING ADDRESS FOR FUNDS —
JAPANESE CHRISTIAN SERVICES, INC.

RONALD C. RIDDLE, FORWARDING AGENT
BOX 14652

We do not charge a subscription fee

for the HIKARI. We only ask that you notify us

right away if you no longer care to receive it or if
you have moved. The Post Office charges 25«t for
each newsletter returned because of an address

change. This seems very little, but when there are
many returned, this cost, plus the cost of printing
and mailing adds up in a hurry. PLEASE KEEP

CINCINNATI, OHIO 45214

IN TOUCH WITH US!

Mission Services
Box 177

Kempton, IN 46049

Non Profit Org.
U.S. Postage
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ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTED

DALE and PEGGY WILKINSON - MISSIONARIES
Ronald C. Riddle - Forwarding Agent
Box 14652, Cincinnati, Ohio 45214

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Frori} the rising of the sun to the
ffo'fff tfown of the same, the Lord's
name is to be praised.

Ps. 113:3

FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1979
15,852.05

BROUGHT FORWARD JANUARY 1, 1979
CONTRIBUTION DURING THE YEAR 1979

52,755.56
38.65

'INTEREST PAID BY CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY ON SAVINGS
OTHER INCOME—SALE OF EQUIPMENT

550.00

$56,95^.06

TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE

MINUS NON-SUFFICIENT FUND CHECKS FROM CONTRIBUTORS
SUB-TOTAL

80.00

$56, W.Ob
259.04

MINUS dollar/yen ADJUSTMENTS

$56,657.02

SUB-TOTAL

1.500.00

MINUS EQUIPMENT PURCHASES

$55,157.02

SUB-TOTAL

52.275.52

MINUS TOTAL EXPENSES

$2,8^5.50

BALANCE DECEMBER 51, 1979
BREAKDOWN OF 1979 EXPENSES

MISSIONARY'S ACCOUNTS

WORK APCOUNTS
AUTO EXPENSES

OTHER TRAVEL
OFFICE SUPPLIES, POSTAGE, EOT.

AUDIO-VISUALS

TRACTS & LITERATURE
CHURCH & CAMP SUPPLIES
PROMOTIONAL

BANK & LEGAL FEES

4280.O8
1590.50

519.^
52.86
597.27
45.07

27.98

MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL WORK EXPENSES

251.15
$7994.42

SUMMARY

CHECKING ACCOUNT BAL. 12/51/79 $718.55
SAVING ACCOUNT BAL, 12/51/79 2144.95
TOTAL BALANCE 1^51/79
12mrfo

MISSIONARY'S SALARY
HOUSING ALLOWANCE
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH

INSURANCE

CHILDREN'S SCHOOLING
SPECIAL GIFTS
SUB-TOTAL

$15,082.64
5,050.65
240.84
1,275.49
1,507.27

941.79

$23,876.bi>

DESIGNATED CONTRIBUTIONS*

$402.44

TOTAL MISSIONARY ACCOUNTS

$24,279.10

* USED FOR CHURCH & CAMP ASSISTANCE

EQUIPMENT INVENTORY 12/51/79 $1,500.00

FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FIRST THREE QUARTERS OF I98O

FIRST

ITEM

BRT. FORWARD FIRST OF QUARTER

THIRD

SECOND

QUARTER

$2863.50

$1681.51

$4362.87

8803.11

8414.93

9056.92

$26,274.96

$2919.44

5.71

31.23

65.15

102.09

11.34

800.00*

800.00

CENTRAL TRUST INTEREST
OTHER INCOME--REPAID ADVANCED
HOUSING

$11672.32

$10127.47

$14284.94

9991.01

5764.60

6783.03

$1681.31

$4562.87

$7501.91

MINUS QUARTERLY EXPENSES
SUB-TOTALS

MONTHLY

QUARTER

QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS

TOTAL QUARTERLY FUNDS

YEAR TO

QUARTER

DATE TOTAL

AVERAGES

$22,538,64

$2504.29

LESS VALUE OF DONATED

450.00

EQUIPMENT

BALANCE END OF QUARTER

$1681.31

$4362.87

$7051.91

END OF 0 JARTER BALAN ;es

$245.99

$772.30

$1126.19

$1455.32

$3590.57

$5390.57

checking ACCOUNT

SAVING ACCOUNT (s): TRAVEL

535.72

VEHICLE

EQUIPMENT INVENTORY

$1743.70

$1743.70

;$5,925.72

$2195.70

ITEMI :ED EXPENSES

$4414.30

$5596.00

$3904.00

$11,914.30

$1325.81

3423.63

457.88

901.32

4*762.83^

529.20

60.21

60.21

60.21

180.63

20.07

373.33

204.44

329.81

1,007.58

111.95

PAID 7i MONTHS

407.60

352.40

138.50

878.50

121.17

SPECIAL GIFTS TO WILKINSONS

395.00

372.24

157.12

924.36

113.82

100.00

100.00

DALE WILKINSON SALARY
MISSIONARY HOUSING ALLOWANCE

LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE

7i MO. AVE.

CHILDREN'S SCHOOLING

SPECIAL GIFT FOR D.

WILKISSOl

■i

SCHOOL BILL

225.94

173.24

520.62

919.80

102.20

59.00

25.05

10.00

74.05

8.23

OFFICE, POSTAGE, PRINTING

257.69

331.15

449.54

1,038.38

115.58

AUDIO-VISUALS

115.62

60.32

35.30

211.24

23.47

12.28

17.58

78.78

108.58

12.06

AUTO EXPENSES
OTHER TRAVEL

PROMOTIONAL

EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

505.00**

243.70
5.65

9.21

BANK A; LEGAL EXPENSES

3.00

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13.50

25.55

$9991.01

$5764.60

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TOTAL QUARTERLY EXPENSES
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$7233.03

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56.69

85.52
6.30

5.00

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39.05

4.54

$22,988.64

450.00**
$9991.01
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56783,0?

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