We are both saddened and thrilled to announce our fellow missionaries, the Carter family, have left our ministry in Equatorial Guinea. Jason, Lisa, and their three awesome boys have been forced to permanently return to the U.S. due to health issues. Last week, Jason and Lisa returned to Equatorial Guinea, packed up their home, said many tearful […]
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The ministry team at our IBCP seminary consists of us, the Carter family, and a large group of African board members, staff and professors. The Carters are the only other North American missionaries attached to our ministry. They are a family of five who have been serving off and on for a dozen years here in EG. The […]
The Carters, fellow missionaries and teammates here in Bata, left yesterday for a short furlough in the U.S. For three-months this family of five will be getting some additional training and taking care of a few medical issues. Jason, Lisa and there three boys are missionaries with WEC and have been serving off and on […]
Earlier this week we had our first ever team meeting with the Carter family. The Carters are WEC missionaries who have been working at IBCP seminary, in some capacity, for a dozen years. The Carters and the Pettengills are the only non-nationals who are dedicated full-time to the work of the seminary. Lisa, Jason, Erin […]
Things are going well. We have spent our first few days getting our new house in order. Without the Carter family we would be lost. They picked us up at the airport, cleaned our home and got it ready for us, have been running us around to purchase basics, have been feeding us multiple times […]
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