Wilson and Lori Kannenberg - serving the Lord with Asas de Socorro

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February 2018

1. Wilson, Andrew and Ben are on their way to do another "gift drop" to a few unreached Indian villages nestled in the jungle. Someday, we pray God allows us to reach these isolated villages with the Good News of Jesus Christ!

2. We received as a donation around 20 boxes of incomplete Sunday School material for all ages. It was fun organizing everything and completing each set with lesson plans and Bible activity pages that I have been working on the past couple of years.

3. The Sunday School visuals we received are beautiful. This month, I was able to print up Bible Lesson plans and activity pages for each kit so we can begin distributing them among isolated churches in river villages.

4. Ben, Jessica, Lucas and Chloe, together with seminary teachers from São Paulo on their way to the Indian Bible seminary at Sabonete, where Jessica taught classes on health care and dental hygiene for a week.

5. This month, the smaller mission boat received an overhaul on the hull and a few other minor repairs. We are gearing up for another mission team that will come the beginning of February!
January 2018

1. Wilson flew in a few of the mature Christian Indians from one of the more remote Indian tribes.

2. Sponsored by a group of men from In Touch Ministries, Renew and other Christian organizations, a select group of mature Christian Indians, who also speak Portuguese, from several different nations were chosen to participate in in evangelistic training seminars given at our house for several days.

3. The projector equipment fits compactly into one small backpack to make it possible for the Indians to carry it through the jungle to reach isolated river communities.

4. The 1st training seminars ended with a special time of dedication and prayer. There will be another retreat in January.

5. Our goal is to reach unreached people's groups throughout the Amazon/Javarí River valleys. A powerful time of prayer was held with mission staff and a group of Indians for this purpose.

6. Andrew, a single missionary is evangelizing Grajarí, a rural community that is located 11 kilometers from Benjamin Constant. In the middle of a spiritual battle, a lightning bolt struck the statue of Maria that guards the entrance to this village and broke it into pieces. We believe that God is breaking Satan's stronghold on this place!

7. In December, Wilson and I attended the 100 year anniversary celebrations of the church in Manaus. We accompanied the two guest speakers: Pr. John King, from Riverside Church in Peoria, IL and Pr. Paul Randerson and his wife Mary, representing the churches from England.

8. In December, Wilson and I attended the 100 year anniversary celebrations of the church in Manaus. We accompanied the two guest speakers: Pr. John King, from Riverside Church in Peoria, IL and Pr. Paul Randerson and his wife Mary, representing the churches from England.

9. Words cannot begin to describe the powerful presence of God we experienced as we witnessed the baptism of over 5000 people being baptized in the Black River at the Ponta Negra, Manaus.

10. The convention and 100 year celebrations ended with an tremendous time of praise and worship at the stadium.

11. This is the choir that is directly behind us. There are no words that can adequately describe the amazing time of praise we shared that night!

12. Time of celebration in Santa Luiza.

13. Time of celebration in Santa Luiza. Each program ended with a time of fellowship, fruit cake and chocolate milk!

14. We were welcomed in Buen Sucesso with a delicious dinner of alligator and manioc.

15. The village of Buen Sucesso welcomed us with a banquet of alligator and manioc.

16. Lucas would not eat anything else. All he wanted was alligator! YUM

17. It was so good to see the river churches packed and praising the Lord during the Christmas programs. Here is the congregation in Buen Sucesso.

18. The drama team built a rustic stable and manger scene in each church we went. The shepherds are praising God for the birth of our Lord and Savior.

19. The members in Santa Teresa creatively decorated the church with balloons and toilet paper. The celebration we had there was wonderful!

20. Our celebration "tour" ended in Islândia where they team did two presentations as a tool to help evangelize their city.

21. We had the unique privilege of celebrating Christmas with family for the first time in over 10 years. We had a great breakfast at the Spicer's and on Christmas day, we had dinner at our house.

22. What fun watching Lucas open presents; plastic cars, trucks, motorcycle and airplane. (Toys that were lovingly donated from Manaus to missionary kids in our area).

23. Brandon graduated with honors from the nursing program December 9th. We are so proud of you Brandon and praise God for this victory. He takes the state boards the 4th of January and will begin his new job in Cardiac ICU sometime the end of February.