Volume 28 Issue 3 (Third Quarter 2015) – Missionaries to Cyberspace Newsletter

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!



The Latest News: 

Church Website Ministry:.



  • I received a request from a brother of a Pastor that we are currently hosting a website for, Pastor Paul Pullen of East Pearl Baptist Church in Poplarville Mississippi. We talked for a while, and after determining his requirements, I registered a domain (http://eastpearl.org) for him.We spent an hour or so going over the features of WordPress and the plugins, and created a rudimentary website for him. He will work on it as time permits.
Bible Correspondence Courses:  We want to thank Katherine Feguer. Florence and JL Smith and Lydia and John Henrici for helping on the Bible Correspondence courses over the last quarter.



  Second Quarter Stats:  Praise the Lord, we had 2 salvation decisions, sent out 512 lessons and issued 25 certificates to 118 students (14 were incarcerated and 38 were international. We had students in Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria and USA. We also sent out a Bible and a Bible dictionary.

Here are some comments we received from people that are taking the correspondence courses:

  • From a student in AL… I love these lessons with all my heart. Ready for next one, please. Thank you.
  • From a student in VA…This has really been a good lesson. If there is a need to study the Word of God it is now. You folks have really been a real blessing to me with these wonderful lessons. God's blessing upon all of you.
  • From a student in Malawi… Dear the Hoffman Family, I write to report that today I have received the Bible lessons for me and my friend. Let me in a special way thank you for considering this dear friend of mine with these wonderful lessons. I believe his life will change for better. My greetings to all whom you share the wonderful name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. In Christ Jesus,
  • From a prisoner in Illinois… Bob and Maureen, I really love the both of you in the name of Jesus Christ our Redeemer. 

Tract Ministry: We have "given out" over 74,000 Bible Tracts online.
Social Networking Outreach: I get new requests on my evangelistic Facebook account regularly. I now have 2685 "friends" in my evangelistic Facebook account. This is a valuable tool to reach the unsaved masses.
Support:  We are currently at 67% of support for our ministry expenses. 100% of money donated to us goes to support the ministry – we use NO money for personal expenses.
Prayer Needs: The Lord's will regarding secular work and health benefits. Help in raising support for the ministry. Please keep us in prayer for our personal financial needs in addition to the ministry's financial needs. Would you consider praying for us when special needs arise? If so, please subscribe to our prayer warrior's mailing list: http://eepurl.com/SYbI9.  We are shooting to be back in the full time ministry by February of 2016 or earlier.  Please pray for us to be able to obtain a self propelled RV by that time, as well as the Lord's will on going full time.

Specific Financial Needs:  Our server needs have been met for the year! Praise God!
Please consider a donation. FamilyNet is a 501 (C)(3) charity. Donations are tax deductible in the US – You can donate via PayPal (Donate button is on http://www.cyber-missions.com) or mail a check:
FamilyNet International Inc
P.O. Box 451951
Garland, TX 75045

Thanks to Harvester Baptist Church in Ellicott City Maryland, Lavon Drive Baptist Church in Garland Texas, Calvary Baptist Church in Mesquite Texas, Cornerstone Baptist Church in Roanoke Virginia, Marion Baptist Church in Marion Texas, Jim and Carol Cahill, Toolkit Ministries Columbia, MD ongoing regular support. We received individual donations from Larry Martin, Cecil Ryan, Pyron Avenue Baptist Church in San Antonio TX, and Bible Baptist Church in Harrisburg, IL
In Jesus' Service,

Bob and Maureen
Phil 2:4

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