Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Teen Missions Staff & Students 2013

 “For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior,
who is Christ the Lord.”—Luke 2:11

 We trust and pray you will have a blessed Christmas season with family and friends.


We want you to know that our base was not damaged by typhoon Haiyan. We did learn that over 100 people sought refuge at the base and the Gospel was shared with each one of them. We have heard that the brother of Genelie Tan (national staff member), a pastor, lost his church and many in his congregation have lost their homes. Teen Missions plans to send a relief team this summer that will rebuild churches that have been lost in the storm. You can go to our website to donor towards our rebuilding relief efforts.



This is a story that came from one of our Motorcycle Sunday School Mission Circuit Riders in the country of Zambia:

Circuit Rider

“It was Saturday the 11th when there was a funeral in Kuluula village. A young mother by the name of Pauir, passed away and left behind sixchildren, the youngest of which is four months old. At the funeral there was total confusion at the grave yard. Both sides of the family refused to keep the baby of the late lady. One drunk lady stood up shouting that they should bury the baby with the mother. Some of the relatives agreed with her and it looked like that was what they were about to do. I was surprised and failed to believe my eyes that this was happening. I asked what are you trying to do? I was told that they can’t manage to buy milk for the baby because they are in deep poverty. I told them to sit down and listen to me. I shared that this was against the law and all of them would be jailed. And again I shared it is a sin to murder an innocent child. Please sit down as a family and make a good decision and God will help you. After discussion, I brought in the sub chief and I preached the Word of God and 10 people gave their lives to the Lord, including the sub chief. They promised to keep the baby and thanked us for what God is doing in their midst. Pray for the fear of the Lord to be among these people.” Can you imagine what would have happened to that child if our Circuit Rider had not been there? Ten people also received Christ as Savior. This is just one example of how the overseas ministry in remote villages is bringing Glory to God.


Currently the only replica we have available for tours is located at the TMI Headquarters in Merritt Island, FL. Tours are given daily from 9-4, and on weekends if you notify us in advance. Call 321-453-0350 for information. Our office is closed from December 21 until January 7, so we will not be giving tours during this time.


Our promotional band, The Circuit Riders, have been on tour since September and have been quite successful. They have raised 30 new Sunday schools and have helped many understand the impact the ministry of MSSM is having around the world. You can find the band’s schedule at

God Bless you and have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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