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Quick Update | Center for Indian Ministries

Happy Spring! The snow is finally gone, and new life is popping up all around us! With that, we are reminded of God's faithfulness to our family as we strive to serve Him with all that we are and have. May 11th is Graduation for Mokahum Ministry Center. There are three students--Nikki, Janine, and DeWayne--who completed their first year, and will be receiving their Discipleship Certificates. Chris, Rebecca, and Brian have completed their third year and will receive their Ministry Certificates.  Ashley has one year left in her Ministry program. Pray for the students to seek and follow the Lord's will for the ministry and service they'll go on to do after they leave, or those that will be at Mokahum again. Please continue to lift us up in prayer these first weeks of summer at Mokahum while Tim prepares to facilitate the missions teams and their projects on campus these busy months.

Love in Christ,
The Kastenbauers

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