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Mike & Melanie Webster
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The Websters in Qu�bec
Serving with Independent Faith Mission
July 15 2010

Dear Friends,

"Assume nothing here in construction but expect the biggest blessing of your life to come from the lives of the families here."  That's what Brian Farrow, a member of the team from Oak Ridge Baptist Church left handwritten on a piece of plywood in a corner of our new but unfinished
Oak Ridge Baptist
Oak Ridge Baptist Team
platform.  In an e-mail update from June 14th, we expressed how we were looking forward to seeing this year's renovation project go forward with team help, but how we were also looking forward to the spiritual benefits that good fellowship would bring to the Webster family and to our people.  We prayed to that end and God answered exceeding abundantly above all that we could ask or think (Ephesians 3:20).  Brian continued his note to the next team from Beacon Baptist Church like this, "May God bless you and your team.  Thank you for carrying on the work." 

In some ways the three weeks were very challenging, especially with regards to both Catherine and Melanie's health.  But God's grace was
Beacon Baptist
Part of Beacon Baptist Team
overwhelmingly evident.  With so much activity going on around the building, numerous opportunities were afforded for witness to neighbors, deliverymen, and plumbers.  Working shoulder to shoulder provided times of bonding between brothers and sisters in Christ.  This was especially good for some of our newer folks like Guillaume, Don, Renauld, and Marie-Jos�e. 

We have set September 5th as the date for the dedication service for our newly renovated sanctuary.  Though we are running over budget, the project is going forward nicely.  Please pray that God would continue to be glorified through these badly needed renovations.
We are ever thankful for your prayer support!
In Christ,

The Webster Family
5612, rue des Campanules
Qu�bec (Qu�bec)
"Behold, how good and how pleasant [it is] for brethren to dwell together in unity!"
(Ps 133:1 AV)