Thankful for Your Partnership

Written by Lee Heyward on Thursday, 26 December 2013. Posted in Blog

Thankful for Your Partnership

Dear friends,

I am so thankful to God for your faithful partnership in 2013. Your support during this past year has equipped pastors and church leaders in parts of Europe, Africa, Asia, as well as here in the US.  It’s been a privilege to teach and share God’s Word and witness the growing hunger among the men and women called to lead Christ’s church. 

As we approach these final days of 2013, now is an outstanding time to make a contribution to BrookLink. If you have already made a year-end contribution, please accept my deepest gratitude! And if you are planning to contribute before year’s end, there is still time to do so. You can send your check postmarked by December 31, 2013 to: 

BrookLink
c/o Karen Seemuth
221 N. Grandview Blvd
Waukesha, WI 53188

Watch | The BrookLink Story

Written by Lee Heyward on Tuesday, 17 December 2013. Posted in Blog

Watch | The BrookLink Story

Dear friends,

I’ve just arrived home from a week of training and equipping church planters in a rural and remote area of Ghana West Africa. The daily temperature in that region of the world hovered around 98 degrees. When I deplaned the airplane, I was met by the near-zero temperature of the American midwest. Nothing like a bit of climatic adjustment!

There is much that differs between here and there, but there’s no mistaking the Christmas frenzy is in full force. Trees decorated, lights on houses, snow on the ground are all very far from the dusty hot roads near Adidome. But the message of the good news is the same, isn’t it? Jesus arriving into our world with unexpected fanfare! The King of all kings stepped into our neighborhood at just the right time in the humblest of circumstances to draw near to those who were far off—with an announcement: Joy to the world!

Looking Ahead to 2014

Written by Terry Heyward on Tuesday, 10 December 2013. Posted in Blog

Looking Ahead to 2014

Dear Friends,

On Your Mark! Get Set! GO!!!!

When our grandson, William, who is a bundle of running energy, wants to run faster and faster, this is the phrase we use to start the race.

I have the feeling that it also describes our current season of ministry. Lee just preached the weekend services at Elmbrook Church, here in Wisconsin. Several days later, he was officiating the funeral service for a dear friend and colleague in ministry. He left late last week to spend a week encouraging and training church planters in rural Ghana. 

On your mark…

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