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Friday, January 1, 2016

December Newsletter

 All Saints’ parish, Belize City, C.A. on All Saints’ Day. 3 hour

 service with confirmations. Photo copyright Fr. Shaw Mudge, 2015.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

It has been a great year on the mission front. Many people have been keeping up with my travels as I go back and forth to Belize.

Thank you for your support. What we have accomplished this year is quite impressive, both from the U.S. and in Belize. Much of it may not be visible, but it is a good          foundation for my next trip in 2016.

There were about 1,000 students and faculty who benefitted from my presence in various Anglican schools this year.

The Spanish Prayer Book project got off the ground, and it looks like the printing will be done in 2016. I have been invited to the formal presentation of the work when it is
finally published.

Our number of participating students continues to be strong in the distance learning   program, both lay leaders and clergy         students.

Over the next few days, I plan to finish my contribution to the entire four year program of the distance learning curriculum.

I anticipate more ordinations in 2016, on the Bishop’s timetable.

And many, many answers to prayer and opportunities for ministry occurred. Too many to number, both in the U.S. and in Belize,  because of the way the current ministry is structured. We accomplished a lot together.

Your financial partnership with us and your prayer partnership with us are important making a difference, filling real needs, and are appreciated as support of these missionary ventures. Your continued investment is very important for the ongoing ministry.

Onward to 2016! I am enthused!

God bless you all, and thank you for your support, in Jesus’ Name,

Fr. Shaw, and on behalf of Mtr. Julie.
Examining Chaplain, Diocese of Belize
SAMS missionaries.


Please pray and continue to make checks out to: "SAMS". Put "Shaw and Julie Mudge" in the memo, to support what we are doing. Your continued support makes the work in Belize possible.
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