Outreach Announces Frank Dimmock as Africa Mission Specialist
Outreach Announces Frank Dimmock as Africa Mission Specialist his wife, Nancy Miller Dimmock (daughter of retired Presbyterian mission coworkers David and Polly The Outreach Foundation is excited to announce that Frank Dimmock will join the mission staff on Frank Dimmock.jpg honorary doctorate from Davidson College for his long and effective service to the church. Frank and
Sharing in Trauma Healing
South Sudanese Brothers and Sisters. Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist
Frank Dimmock - August 2017 Update
Frank Dimmock opportunity. With much love, Frank Dimmock Read more about Frank Dimmock's ministry by clicking HERE. Frank Dimmock - August 2017 Update
Frank Dimmock - August 2018
from your checking/savings account through a process called Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Read more about Frank Dimmock's ministry HERE.   Frank Dimmock bless you, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist How to give: 1) Mail your gift designated Frank Dimmock - August 2018
Visiting with Partners in Nyeri
Frank Dimmock, Stuart Ross and I had a very good visit today with our partners at Nyeri, parish
Frank Dimmock - December 2017
Frank Dimmock - December 2017 Frank Dimmock through a process called Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Read more about Frank Dimmock's ministry HERE. opportunity. Let’s be in mission together. May God bless you, Frank Dimmock How to give in support
Ethiopia Blog Eight: Tuesday in Gambella
by Frank Dimmock This morning we said good-bye to Debbie Wolcott, who has been helping to Saturday. Blessings, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist
Ethiopia Blog 11: Saturday
thatched, prepared for the rainy season. It’s always fun to be with the kids. More after the weekend. Blessings, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist by Frank Dimmock Wonderful day for visits to six preschools in two refugee camps (Tierkidi and
Zimbabwe and Zambia: Ministries Serving Vulnerable Children and Families
Africa Mission Specialist Frank Dimmock, this trip will focus on listening to and encouraging
Greetings from the New Wilmington Missions Conference
Frank Dimmock building. God bless, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist The Outreach Foundation
Ethiopia Blog Seven: Monday
by Frank Dimmock Today was a happy – sad – happy day as we presented certificates to the 19 have lost all hope. Blessings, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist
Ethiopia: Day Two - Addis
by Frank Dimmock After spending the early morning at the ARRA (Refugee coordination office) to April and Lam Nhial Luak at the seminary. Other students were in exams or absent. Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist
Ethiopia Day Four/Five: Gambella
participants are excited about the training. Blessings, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist by Frank Dimmock Yesterday was a travel day from Addis to Gambella in western Ethiopia. We spent
Ethiopia Blog Nine: Wednesday in Gambella
of the Ethiopian church for a lunch and discussion on how to promote trauma healing among their churches. Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist by Frank Dimmock Interesting day with lessons on Domestic Abuse including physical, verbal
Ethiopia Blog Five: Gambella
trainees leave and the second group arrives on Monday. Blessings and peace, Frank Dimmock Mission Advocate by Frank Dimmock Today was another good day in the audio trauma healing training. It was also a
Ethiopia Blog Ten: Friday
carry them back across the border, they’ll walk. Blessings in Christ, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist by Frank Dimmock Greetings friends. I had no internet connection last night, so there’s extra news
Ethiopia: Day Three - Addis
by Frank Dimmock The day began at the airport where the prayers of many were answered with the Dr. Thomas Doguande by Frank Dimmock The day began at the airport where the prayers of many were before you and will be with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Amen Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist
Ethiopia Blog Six: Sunday
by Frank Dimmock Beautiful and hot Sunday today. We worshipped at the West Gambella Bethel Church groups from the camps. A good day and looking forward to another tomorrow. Blessings and Peace to you. Jeremiah 29:11 Frank Dimmock  
A school day in the life...
31st. Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist Tumaini Board of Trustees by Frank Dimmock School mornings begin very early at Tumaini Children’s Home in Nyeri, Kenya. The secondary school students (44 of them, ages 14 to 19) must leave for school at 6 a.m. Before that they must clean their room, make their beds, bathe, dress and eat a porridge breakfast. It is especially difficult when there is no water readily available. The primary students (81 of them, some as young as 4) must follow the same procedure for a 7 a.m. departure. There are two matrons at the home responsible for making sure that this process moves smoothly and efficiently. It has been raining for the past three days and some of the school uniforms are not quite dry (understatement). It is 7:20 now and much quieter around the campus. It’s time for cleanup and beginning preparation for the lunches for the primary students. The Outreach Foundation and other partners have been supporting Tumaini for more than 15 years. The home is one of many children’s homes that are affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of East Africa. The institution caters to children selected from vulnerable families in the region. The government primary and secondary schools are nearby, making boarding convenient for the children. Some of the children are orphaned or come from broken or abusive home situations or are impoverished. They stay at the home for eight years on average. While they receive some local support, mostly in-kind, about 80% of their running expenses are met by international donors. We are visiting to observe how the home is functioning and to take part in a meeting
Ethiopia: Day One - Lament
thousands who continue to suffer hardships in the refugee camps. Blessings and peace in Christ, Frank Dimmock Africa Mission Specialist The Outreach Foundation by Frank Dimmock As I traveled from the U.S. to Ethiopia on Sunday, I was reminded by the Coalition
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