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What is Beverly doing now?

March 7, 2019

March 2019

Dear Ones,

Today the main focus of my work is concentrating on my return to Papua New Guinea! I am checking off the many items from my very long ‘to do’ list. Although my heart is excited about returning to the work I love as a Bible translator for the Onobasulu people, it will be difficult to say goodbye to my loved ones here in the USA. The first of the two main items to be completed is my PNG resident visa which is in it’s final approval stage. Pray with me I’ll soon have my passport back with the PNG visa.

The second item to be completed is my team of Wycliffe ministry partners. Wycliffe uses and approves a ministry budget for its members. This budget reflects the amount needed to fund each ministry. Wycliffe requires its members who have financial need to develop financial partnerships with individuals and churches to fund its tax-exempt purpose and to meet their full ministry budgets. As I write this letter, I need just less than $300 pledged per month. Thanks for praying that I will soon reach my full 100%. I’m aiming for May departure.

Below is a picture of me preparing materials for the Onobasulu literacy program.

For those of you who are receiving this letter by hard copy, if you would prefer to receive my letters via email, please let me know your email address. My email address is below.

PRAISE POINTS:
* For God’s loving care of me during more than 25 years of working in Papua New Guinea;
* For my many faithful prayer and financial partners. Yes, that means YOU.

PRAYER POINTS:
* For God’s provision of wisdom as I prepare for my return to PNG in 2019, and as I trust God’s provision of my Wycliffe ministry team;
* For wisdom in shaping the next season of my ministry with the Onobasulu translation program.

In His Love,

Beverly R. Mosley

One Comment leave one →
  1. March 8, 2019 4:15 am

    Thank you for the update. I will praying for God’s mighty favor and presence in your return to the mission field, and in getting His word correctly translated. I am also praying for your team of workers. Thank you for your work!

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