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Fruit from a recent team

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on December 14, 2017 at 3:50 PM Comments comments (8269)

We never know what kind of fruit will happen in a persons life when we minister to them. This is especially true of teams that go to foreign mission fields. They go, they minister and they leave. We always try to encourage those who come that they will have a profound and lasting effect on the Cameroonians that they minister to. Not only did the last team that came from Florida in Oct of 2017 put up screens on the windows of the orphanage (which will have a profound effect on t...

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Remembering the goodness of God!

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on September 19, 2015 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (471)

It's so easy to get caught up in the day-to-day battles that life brings our way that we lose sight of all that the Lord is doing in our lives and through us. I know that I am particularily blessed to need to produce a video every 2 years or so to share in churches. I put together pictures and videos we have taken of things that are happening (this time around it's at the orphanage, village water projects, the Bible College etc...). Figure some kind of theme, find a song to show it with and t...

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A Longing Fulfilled!!

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on April 5, 2015 at 4:05 AM Comments comments (11143)

Prov 13:12

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life (NIV)


The Living Bible says it this way:

 Hope deferred makes the heart sick; but when dreams come true at last, there is life and joy.


Tim traveled to the remote village of Ntseimbang in May of 2014 with the desire to provide a well for them. When the well drilling company was unable to do a hand bore hole well we were so disappointed. But when we s...

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Crazy roads when it rains

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on December 8, 2014 at 4:15 PM Comments comments (1247)

I have to say that one of the great things about it being the dry season is that the roads start to be repaired....not all but many are scraped and graded, filled in with stones/dirts. We have already started to see some improvements on the roads that we take to GTS.

Here are 2 videos that we took on one of our trips during the rainy season. This isn't the worst of the trip (but I was holding on for dear life and wasn't inclined to try and video that part of the trip.....yes, I know a ...

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I knew I wasn't hearing things!

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on October 10, 2014 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (2579)

So....Sunday was the baby dedication for our care giving couple at GTS. Julius and Constance dedicated their daughter Eve this past Sunday.

We left early in the morning so we could make it on time....flat tire....and I mean flat. Fortunately, there were a couple of motorcylcle drivers who were willing to help us change it so Tim didn't get all dirty. Out to the village we go. Tim drops me off at a small village church and heads out to help everyone else from GTS, the food, and all of th...

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You can't rescue them all

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on September 28, 2014 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (2145)

On the right....widow with 3 children


One of the more difficult things is when you really want to rescue children and you can't. Pictured above is a widow who is struggling to feed children that she was caring for (she got them when a relative died and they needed someone to care for them). We were in the process of rescuing this widow and...

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Looking back....the goodness of God manifest!

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on May 11, 2014 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (683)

I was thinking back over our time in the U.S. (Tim has been in Cameroon since Jan 21st...I will be joining him on Aug 4th). We had the Lord meet so many needs during this time, but it wasn't always the way we expected. Just a short list of some of the things:

- money towards a rental car for our trip around the country/Canada

- a great home to purchase at an unbelievably low price (and we bid at just the right time so that our bid was guaranteed to be ac...

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Home to Florida....at long last!

Posted by Tim and Sara Born on December 12, 2013 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (520)

More than 13,000 miles later we have finished up the deputation portion of our furlough. Wow...so many States, so many miles in such a short time. We were so blessed to be able to see so many family and friends. I will admit that we started to slow wayyyy down towards the end. It can be exhausting. But, what an amazing God we serve and what wonderful family and friends who came along side us and provided for our needs, There was such an outpouring of love and support that we were overwhe...

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Reverse Role

Posted by borns on October 10, 2013 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (1456)

We just couldn't quite make it to Edmonton....so a hotel in Calgary it was. In the morning we made our way to Sherwood Park. The Mapquest directions weren't quite clear. So we learned the Canadian idea of a gas station right off the highway is not the U.S. idea of a gas station right off the highway (lol). What a blessing it was to play the role of "refresher" to James and Becky. James is really missing Cameroon....we were able to bring news, gifts, just a little taste of Cameroon to him (and...

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North ward bound

Posted by borns on October 3, 2013 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (988)

Tired, tired, tired. Lots and lots of driving, but a chance to see family and people we haven't seen in such a long time. Sharing at DHS, CA went well (1st time always leads to adjustments, but...) then to see Lisa and Mike in LA (right after lunch with Aunt Barbara and Uncle Bob).....Tues off to Ashland, OR to see Jerry, Roberta and Michael. Now we are in an Oregon, resting for the night. Tomorrow to Richland, WA overnight (where we will see my Uncle Art and Aunt Lura and see their Washingto...

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