An Important Announcement–Agency Change

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If you’ve been following this site, you know we’ve been posting quite a bit about Liebenzell USA, and our transition to this mission agency. Well, the transition is complete! It appears as though all the required tax and employment forms are filled out.

So…if you pray for us regularly, nothing has changed. You can pray to the same God, who hasn’t changed, and promises to never change!

If you financially support us, effective immediately, please send your monthly donation to the following address. If sending a check, please indicate in a separate note that it is for the Fry’s support.

Liebenzell USA

P.O. Box 66                                                                                                                                                                       }

Schooleys Mountain, NJ 07870

For online donations, go here: Liebenzellmission.org/give/Fry

Thanks so much for your faithful commitment to the Great Commission and to the ministry here.

Also…a shout-out to Commission to Every Nation; a great group of people that we will truly miss!

Mayra, Nathaneal and Edrei at a recent youth group meeting, showing off their Christmas gifts.
A frequent sight while driving in Mexico…long lines of traffic, crawling along.
Can’t get enough of Mexican food…pictured here, mole poblano with red rice and picaditas, or sopes.

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