Pastor Mike Haun and the congregation of Tabernacle Baptist Church supports the ministry of Jason and Jaime Brewer and their family, who for six years have served as missionaries in Papua, New Guinea. The Tabernacle Baptist Church congregation is planning a 42 Tournament on Saturday February 23, with the purpose of raising needed funds for the continued support of the Jason Brewer Ministry. Through Wycliffe Bible Translators, this ministry supports Bible translation efforts for a linguistically diverse population of over 830 languages within a country approximately the size of California. Jason is a pilot serving some of the most remote mountainous and jungle locations in the country. Jaime serves in the Human Resources Department as a Recruiter, communicating with worldwide Wycliffe organizations about meeting the needs and accomplishing the work of Bible translation for the people in Papua, New Guinea. If you would like to enter the straight 42 tournament, register early at $25 for a 2-person team, or register at the door for $30 per team. Dominoes, tables and lunch will be provided. Phone Pastor Haun at the church for more information, 903-866-2315.
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