Cashiers United Methodist Church
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
+ Christ has no hands but yours +
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Cashiers United Methodist provides monthly financial support to
three missionaries who are doing important work to
spread the Good News around the world. 
Read more about them below.
Not long after Richard and Carolyn Johnson came to faith, they realized God was calling them to serve as missionaries in Mexico.  The Johnsons serve through an organization called UIM (United Indian Missions) which reaches the poor and underserved Native American communities of North America.  They help provide for the people's physical needs (by supporting well-building projects) as well as spiritual needs (by supporting theological education for indigenous pastors).  Their latest endeavor is rehabilitating a youth camp.
 Richard and Carolyn visiting in the US.
Our ongoing support has been for Nancy Loveland in her work with Wycliffe Bible Translators.  After 30 years in the field, Nancy is now based out of Brevard where she can help care for her aging mother.  She continues to work for Wycliffe full-time, supporting their ongoing translation work among the numerous language groups in Mozambique.  We are blessed and fortunate to have a seasoned missionary so close, allowing Nancy to help lead children's programs and participate in worship leadership in Cashiers from time to time.
Nancy Loveland (standing) at a workshop in Tanzania