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JUN 1'S1975

PERSONAL FILE
Date

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Name in full . ]&/-,in CL a UdL T^l'l/LLins.


Complete address on field ^ P'bo /n-4o , cS,^ivr I.U/& Pfl-fpsi
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Complete forwarding address

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C-ol o r>nh,js ^ {ieor^ia^ .3/900^

Name and address of Livinglink church or churches:

Qjn^isfian (2ho^^CLlx.
Street.

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street

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A&orcjfq City

Zone

State.

Names and addresses of other sponsoring or endorsing churches:

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Street.

"/nnp

RtflfP

Pity

Zone___ State,

Please send along with this form copies of recommendations from churches which will encourage
other churches to support your missionary work. There are chimches which will not allow a
visiting missionary to speak unless a church recommendation can be shown. Since it is Impos
sible for any one person to know all Christians in the world, this recommendation by a respon
sible New Testament church is a vital help in persuading others of your worthiness and the value
of your mission. Mission Services stands ready to help you inform HORIZONS readers about
your church recommendations. Since the church is sending you to the mission field (Acts 13:1-3)
and will help provide the necessary needs on the field, naturally the church should share the

credit in your missionary ministry. One of the ways that the church can do this is to share their
conviction regarding your missionary ministry with others. Certainly, their words will help
convince others regarding the worthiness of your work. Please help MISSION SERVICES to
spread your news through HORIZONS, Packets and Slide library by sending your church recom
mendations as soon as possible. Thanks. Send what you have now, and the others later.

Recommendations by Christia,n Leaders: (List names and addresses here and enclose a copy of
each letter, thanks.)

NAMF.

Name

Rtrpftt

Street.

Pity

Zone_State__ P^^y

Zone.

.State.

Name and address of hometown newspaper,^


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Name and address of other papers which might carry stories of your work;

Street.

Street,

City.

Zone.

City.

, State.

Zone.

.State,

Place of BTRTH.

Day of hirth^/Mnnt^

lYear. ^sP

Where baptiRPH?
City.

ds'

State.

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On an extra page please describe any details regarding conversion which you might care to
mention.

MARITAL STATUS:
Marriftd,

y/

Sino-lp A

Divorced.

Date of marriage,

Widowed.
Where married?

Who solemnized your wedding?

List children by full name giving place, day, month, and year of birth:
(If your children have been adopted, please indicate.)
Name

Place of their birth

day, month, and year

Please list places of previous Christian service and what service you did. Give approximate dates:
Place

Service

Dates

SCHOOLING (high school and later):

Name of school

B<xMcr U/aA

Location

Number of years

Degrees and date granted

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Hd!Uiy\bus U'clIi . (lc>/o ry-Joo^> Lr^.

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What things influenced you to become a missionary? What is your purpose? What do you hope
to accomplish on the mission field? Your own story in some detail might be influential in leading

others into fulltime service (Use an extra sheet if you need more space): ^
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Describe briefly in outline form the nature of yd daily duties on the field:
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Which of the following terms most nearly describes your missionary status?
Evangelist,

Bible College Teacher,

Homemaker ^ Doctor
Radio minifttrv.

Publicli School Teacher____

Nurse^____ Social worker^_^l_ Music teacher_____

Radio followup__,.^Christian Service <^grr>p

Maintenance of mission equipment^ Benevolence

Office wnrU

Linguistics.
Name other:

PARENTS:

Father's name and home aHHrpga- ^Yd ryi^^ ^

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T.iving ^ Deceased^_^

P.it^7 (2-olurY)huS Znnp. Rtatp

Tw he a Christian? yes.

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What positions of leadership has he held in the local church?

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What Christian service does he now do? - Aj^ A7 <g-

Mother's full maiden name:

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Is she a Christian? Yes_^No_^ Her occupation if employed outside the >>r>Tnp

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What leadership positions or Christian service has she rendered to the local church;?

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FORWARDING AGENT:

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Where attend church?.

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Does the forwarding agent receive a aaiar^y?

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Should money be sent to the forwarding agent only?,


Ih what form should funds be sent?

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If funds are to be sent directly to the missionary on the field, please explain the details of how to
do it, so we can give your explanation to HORIZONS readers and others who may inquire.
Use the remainder of this sheet or an additional sheet to supply other information which you think

might be helpful to the staff of MISSION SERVICES in preparing news stories about your ministry:

CASA OE NINOS
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MARKLE CHURCH OF CHRIST


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Forwarding Agent
Mrs.Charles Woodward
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Markle,Indiana 46770

Sponsored by;
Markle Church of Christ
Markle,Indiana 46770

PatDevore

Pat Devore is from Dover, Ohio. She graduated from the Cincinnati
Bible Seminary.She worked as youth director and church secretary at
the Markle Church of Christ, Markle, Indiana. The Markle Church
now serves as sponsors of the Home.Pat first came to Mexico in 1966,
and worked with the children's Home of M/M Ted Murray. In 1972 she
began the Home she now has in San Miguel de Allende.

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Kathy Davis

Kathy came to work for the Home in August of 1973. Her home is
Martinsville, Va., where she was a member of the the Rich Acres

Christian Church. She graduated from Milligan College in 1973. She


wrote in June of 1973 asking if there was some work she could do in the
Home. With more children, more personel was needed. When Pat
moved the children to San Luis Potosi, Kathy ran the Home in San
Miguel until they united again in San Luis Potosi. In a home with so

many little children there are always various jobs to do such as;
changing diapers, dressing children, helping with the homework, etc.
Kathy helps in all of these fields and several others.

Forwarding agent;
M/MRoyB.Campbell
Rt.6, Box 127

Martinsville, Va.24112

Jerita Phillips
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Jerita is from Columbus, Georgia. She first came to Mexico and


worked with Cris Garcia in her student home. During this time she
worked in V.B.S. programs, and Sunday School classes in the ranch
areas. In 1974 she came to work with Casa de Ninos, and does most of
the cooking, along with many other jobs. Jerita is an excellent
seamstress,and studied to be a beautician. She is kept busy in both of
these fields.

Forwarding Agent;
Mrs. Irene Harris
P.O. Box 14

Columbus, Georgia 31902

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Blanca

Victor

The home for children was begun in March of 1972 in the town of San
Miguel de Allende,Gto. The Clinton Looney family invited Pat Devore
to come there and begin a Home for children. In April, with the help of
Alicia Martinex, who was living with the Looneys at the time, the first
child came to live in the Home. Silvia had been left in the hospital and
was about to be sent to a children's Home in the town of Queretaro.

After visiting the hospital and and talking to the mother, she agreed to
give Silvia to Pat. During this time Pat had been living with the
Looneys. But with the help of a Christian lady in San Miguel a small
house was found to rent.

In November of 1972, Beatriz, who had been in the Casa Hogar de


San Juan in San Potosi,came to live with Pat and Silvia.

Bob Wright, who has the Children's Home outside of Queretaro.


knocked on our door with a tiny little girl for us. Alicia was one year
old, but looked about three or four months old. The Wrights at that
time had two babies and could not take any more children. Alicia was
very sick for the first few days, but with a lot of care she began to perk
up.

Pat was visiting in Celaya when a Doctor told her about a seven
month old boy who had been abandoned in the trunk of a car, and later,
because of an Infection in one arm, had to have it amputated. Pat

prayed about it and felt sure that God wanted her to have this boy. So,
in two days time they had two small babies, Alicia and Jonathan.

In November they moved back into the home of the Looneys, as the
Looneys were preparing to move back to the States.

The family did not grow any more until July of 1973. That is when
Marcos. Silvia's brother, came to live with them. Marcos was in very
bad health also. He had been left in a windowless room with only a door
and a kerosene two burner stove. The fumes had irritated his eyes so
much that he could not see. You could not see the pupils in the eyes.

With medicine, and prayer he began to get better, but he is still a little
behind. However he is growing and enjoys eating very much.

Antonio

Leticia

Gregorlo

In August of 1973 Kathy Davis came to work with the Home,

to stay'h tl'dlyUme^'Shli? mother^^

of the children, along

"^e rest

Home had now grown to eighteen'children andtoee^^^^^^^^^^

In August of 1974 Jerita Phillips began working with the Home.

wa^'n'olonger^'big'en^iirh'^o'r th?Xf T'"f

Murray.whUaveachadfen'sVmein
their
unused buildings on their Dronrnv^J%
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the property of the Murravs Th^. hlria^'

butthey are'doingthTs a mtlea?a ttae

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located on

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The dav carb center work has come to a halt for the time being.
Pllnfare
stm to work in this area eventually. Perhaps just a
kindergarten can be started.

Beatriz has now left us and has gone to live on her own. We pray that
her time with us,and the Murrays has helped her prepare for her new
life.

The Lord has blessed us, and we praise Him

We praise Him continuosly for all of your interest and support.

FUTURE

PLANS

build.

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Alicia

Clara

Alfredo

Guadalupe