What is a Summer Project? – Newsletter for June 2009 from the Flemings

Friends and Family –

We hope that you are enjoying the beginning of this summer and all the warmth God is bringing through it! We made the long trek out to our summer assignment by car last weekend and have been in training since.  It is an honor and a privilege to serve the Lord as we have the opportunity to do so with Campus Crusade for Christ.  We have met so many God-followers and Christ-like people on our international and state-side staff team while here and have excited anticipation for what is to come both around the world and in Albany, New York, very soon! We hope you all will be as excited as we are to hear the story about our student leader named Stacey and her friends on her Summer Project in this month’s newsletter below!

God Speed,

John and Ellen  June 2009-Summer projectsJune 2009-Summer projects


About johnandellen

We work full time as ministers to provide hope, healing, and a place of recovery for men who struggle with the compulsive use of pornography and other addictions. We help them, their spouses, and families to heal and thrive wherever the Lord has destined them to have the greatest impact on the world for Christ. Ellen also works part time to coach missionaries who have come from all over the world to Orlando, Florida, at the Headquarters of Cru (also called Campus Crusade for Christ). Your partnership makes it possible for us to make the Great Commission a reality in the lives of men and their families through a discipleship recovery process. Thank you for praying for and supporting us and our work.

Posted on June 20, 2009, in Newsletter, salvation, summer, summer project, testimony, training and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hey John and Ellen the website looks great, Including the picture of you on the steps. I might steal a couple of ideas from you 😉

    How do imbed your PDF Newsletter so it shows up as a the picture? I haven’t figured out how to do that.

    Have a great semester.


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