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Giving Hope to the Japanese People - Episode 29


Tom and Amy McVicker love Jesus and they love the people of Japan. For those reasons, soon they will be heading to Japan to bring the hope of Christ to the Japanese people.

Today, Tom and Amy share their journey and their heart. You will learn how Christ called them to missions. They will also share some of their joys and frustrations with building a support team.

Below you will find their contact information. Please email Tom and Amy with any questions you may have about their ministry. Also, let them know you desire to support them as a prayer partner.

When this interview was recorded, the McVickers were just over 50 percent support. Now at this release, they are over 80 percent. Please consider financially supporting the McVickers. Just one percent of their support - about $85 dollars per month - would make all the difference. Use the email address below to find out more on supporting the McVickers.

Contact Info

Email: ramcvicker@abwe.cc

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/mcvickerclan/ or The McVicker Clan Serving Christ in Japan

Website: http://mcvicker.abwe.org/

Closing Thoughts

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