By Mennonite Mission Network staff
Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas from Mennonite Mission Network, to our friends across the street and around the world.

Feliz Navidad…from Colombia and Arizona. Joyeux Noël…from Benin and France. Shèngdàn kuàilè …from China. Merry Christmas…from England, Indiana, Kansas, California and Texas.

On behalf of the children, families, congregations and communities you have blessed through your relationship with Mennonite Mission Network, thank you!

Please accept this message of hope from Isaiah 11 as an expression of our gratitude to God and God’s people for the opportunity to be partners with you in the gospel.

May the peace of God, the love of Christ and the guidance of the Holy Spirit bless your life this year!


 




 

 

 

 

 

 

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