MISSIONARIES IN PNG 



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The missionaries are Don and Cheri Floyd. They are in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The following tells a little bit about them. “In 1985, Don Floyd visited Papua New Guinea with a work team. The following year he returned for 11 months and began to understand how God could use a lay person in missions. Don took a 3rd trip to PNG in 1989, where he met Cheri who was a mission volunteer from Tennessee, USA. In 1991 they married and began missionary service in PNG.
Don has served as the PNG field maintenance officer-building schools, clinics, churches, and pastors’ houses and maintaining equipment ranging from generators to computers. Whenever possible he trains PNG men and women in these practical skills. The Floyds also worked as the campus managers of the PNG Wesleyan Bible College from 1999-2003. This change in roles gave them experience in teaching, leadership and administration. No matter what their assignment in PNG, the Floyds’ passion remains unchanged:  to model Christian living while loving and being loved by their PNG friends.”  

To help The Floyd family reach their support target for returning to Papua New Guinea, please go to

http://www.wesleyan.org/gp/minfo/WM05-0105


If you would like to see the latest Floyd Newsletter, please click the link below:

http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/home/?u=f78639ab8d330a15ce17558af&id=1672599e04


 

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.  My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. – Psalm 121:1-2