Tammy Bishop is tentatively planning a return trip to Suti Sana, in El Alto, Bolivia in February and would welcome your support in prayer and finances.  This trip would be to support the production of an envelope iPad case and/or a handbag. This was one of her designs they decided on from the last trip. Support of the product will include sewing technique instructions that will reduce production time. She will also be involved in developing a Spring / Summer design.

Since Tammy’s last trip in September, there has been a mini revival in the shop and now five women are working strong and two are considering joining. She will be involved again in their outreach in the brothels and Samaritans Purse has asked her assistance in outreach with young mothers in Beni through developing a project in Tie Dye products.

The trip would be about three weeks.  If you’d like to contribute toward her expenses, you can write a check to KingsWay and designate “Bolivia” in the memo.   What a joy it is to participate in this kind of significant cross-cultural Gospel ministry!

Matthew Williams grew up attending KingsWay and joined the pastoral staff in 2009. God has blessed him and his wife, Aliza, with three rambunctious boys, Ethan, Micah, and Tyler. Matthew did his undergraduate work at the University of Richmond in chemistry and political science, spent a year at the Sovereign Grace Pastor’s College, and is nearly finished with his Masters of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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