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Summer Is Here – That Means Work Teams at Siloam

Summer has arrived in North Carolina and for the staff and missionaries at Siloam Missionary Homes that means summer work teams are on their way. Due to COVID-19 we had a limited number of groups last summer and we are looking forward to a fuller slate of teams this summer.  So how does that normally work? How does a work team happen? We’re glad you asked. Church groups contact us and express an interest in

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Merry Christmas 2020

For unto us a child is born, Unto as a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulders. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.  Isa. 9:6 The people who walk in darkness have seen a great light.  Isa. 9:2a As a child we celebrated Christmas kind of simply compared to what we see today. We each got 2 presents (there were 8 children

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Hiding Behind the Mask

Is the mandated mask keeping us from sharing the Gospel? Are they trying to squelch the Gospel by regulating gatherings? This morning I was reading about my brothers in Hong Kong that are being put in solitary confinement for 10 months for having a Christian gathering. They have bright lights on them 24/7 so they cannot sleep. All because they want to share Jesus. This breaks my heart. We have so much and I whine

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Dedication for Watson’s Place

Two years ago Siloam Missionary Homes was the recipient of a 10 acre farm that included a house and out buildings located just 3 miles from our main campus. That property, which we have named Watson’s Place, had been the subject of many prayers and God chose this time to answer those prayers. Since receiving the property we have had several work teams take on various projects and spent several staff hours renovating the inside

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