Friday, October 30, 2015

Team of the Week: Island Castaway

In the western Philippines there are many remote islands where there are very few believers. People feel like castaways:  isolated and disconnected. Slow down for the summer, make friends, learn culture, share LIFE.

Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams. Learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment as well as team building will fill these first few days. Your team will then fly to your final destination for the summer. Following your ministry time you will return to the US for a joint debrief... sharing all God has done over the summer.

IMB Job #: 111882
Location: Palawan, Philippines
Team size:  4 guys
Field expense: $1448 plus round trip airfare, passport & visa costs, and required travel insurance


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Dates for Summer 2016
May 23  Team leader orientation begins
May 26  Team member orientation begins
May 31  Teams leave for the field
July 26  Teams arrive back for debrief
July 29  Students return home

Traveling Team Newsletter: Aug-Oct 2015

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What's the NT Traveling Team been up to?  Meet the team and see how the Lord has been using them over these past few months. 

Please use their prayer requests to help you pray specifically for them.

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Monday, October 26, 2015

Our new arrivals!

Our team has grown! Joe & Elizabeth Blandeburgo arrived on October 30th and will be serving with us for the next 2 years. We're excited about having them on our team! Read more about them on their NT Staff page... www.nehemiahteams.com/joe--elizabeth-blandeburgo.html

They've finished their first couple weeks of language study & gotten settled in their new apartment... you can keep up with their adventures & new experiences on their blog: www.joeandelizabethphilippines.blogspot.com

  • Pray for Joe & Elizabeth as they push full speed ahead in Tagalog language study.
  • Pray for their growing relationships with their neighbors... so thankful they are open to hearing about the Good News!