Thank You, Feliz Navidad!

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The Fry Family wants to wish you a blessed Christmas season, and a new year rededicated to listening to God’s voice in both the big and little decisions of life. God became an embrio, a fetus, a dependent baby and

Thanks so much to our exceptional teammates, both those we work with on a day-to-day basis, and so many people who partner with us in a variety of ways from far away.

We want to thank God for Martin and Laura Mendez, Ismael and Marta Pérez and Samuel and Aurora Valtierra, for their faithfulness in ministry here, and for all the wonderful people in Sendero 1 and 2! Gracias a todos los hermanos en Sendero SB y JM! Also a special thanks to Jim and Shari Cottrill and Tina Barham, part of our missionary team here.

Thank you to Word of Life Chapel and all our friends and family there, for your faithful support over the years! Look forward to seeing you in 2014!
Thanks also to Elizabethtown Grace Brethren, Hope Community, Bible Fellowship Community and Heritage Bible, supporting churches in PA.
A big thank you to Leroy Community and The Chapel, Sandusky, and all our friends in Ohio.
It was great to see friends we hadn’t seen for a LONG time, definitely too long, at Woodside Bible, White Lake Campus in Michigan.
And last but certainly not least, a shout-out to Valley Bible Church, in Hercules, CA. We had a super time with you all in November! Hope to see some of you south of the border soon!

Finally, a special cyber-hug to my mom and dad. Most of you don’t know this, but my father just completed a battery of radiation treatments for prostate cancer after his PSA count went up this past year. Praise God, recent blood work has shown that the treatment was effective. We’ll miss grandma and grandpa this Christmas!

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