Anne and Anthony would like to thank everyone for their support at the recent Cambodian Evening. They were hugely encouraged by the results. With proceeds from the dinner, the auction, the sales table and a generous donation from someone at the dinner, they now have enough funds to cover the cost of the paper-making machine for Anne's handcraft project AND the airfare for Mark Lander to travel to Cambodia to set-up the machine and give training in its use. Let's continue to pray for the McCormicks as they return to Cambodia and take up their new ministries there at Handa Hospital.
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