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Monday, October 6, 2014

Omemee Church Welcomes Missionaries!

Omemee Baptist Church Welcomes Wycliffe Bible Translators!

Omemee Baptist Church enjoyed having two missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators visit over the weekend.Which Missionaries visited?
Meet Nate and Jess.

Nate and Jess Weaver - Wycliffe Bible Translators

Omemee hosts missionaries to Papua New Ginea
Omemee Church hosts Wycliffe Missionaries
Nate and Jess Weaver met while they attended Kingswood University, formerly Bethany Bible College, and married after they graduated in 2006. Both Nate and Jess have felt called to overseas ministry since they were young and have spent the last eight years in North America pursuing ministry and simultaneously their call overseas. The Weavers have three children, Mateo (5), Amira (4), and Malakai (2) and are excited to be a part of this mission as a family.

Weavers : Missionaries to Papua New Guinea

Omemee Baptist Church Welcomed Wycliffe Translators Nate and Jess Weaver
Omemee Welcomed Jess and Nate Weaver Wycliffe Bible Translators
The Weavers are missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators and will be assisting the translation work that is done in Papua New Guinea (PNG). There are a variety of cultures and languages in Papua NewGuinea. There are over 830 languages and close to 280 of them do not have any translation or language program started for the Word of God.
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