John Yingling (’87)

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In Numbers 10:10 God instructed the Israelites to mark the beginning of a new month with trumpets. This was to be a memorial to God in recognizing His grace and favor in their lives. I am thankful for new beginnings in my life and ministry. On May 11, Aimee graduated cum laude from Pensacola Christian College and received her B.S. in Elementary Education.

Thank you for your many prayers for her these last four years. Please pray for her as she embraces a new beginning. She will stay at PCC and work towards a Masters Degree. It has been five years since the Lord called Robin home to be with Him. On June 3, Nicole and I were married in our home church after the morning service. We are both so thankful for God’s amazing love and grace in our lives. Please pray for us in this
new beginning. Pray that we will continue to adjust as a family, and that God will use us together for His glory in a wonderful way.

Because of your faithful prayers and support I have been assigning missionaries through BIO for 17 years. Thank you!
A little over a year ago my responsibilities expanded to the office of the president. This was a new beginning. Please pray for Nicole and I as we work together strengthening and encouraging our
missionaries, and please continue to pray that God would give me wisdom.

Our missionaries serve the Lord in more than twenty countries. Next week we will hold our annual missionary training school. The theme is “O Magnify the Lord.” One missionary couple attending will have their own new beginning soon; they will be leaving for Haiti. Two other families attending are on furlough. One family is from Italy and the other one is from South Africa. Please pray that this week will be a great means of encouragement and edification for our missionaries as many topics are covered.

There is yet another new beginning for the Yingling family. I recently began to serve as a volunteer chaplain with a local home health and hospice organization. Nicole and I desire to be available to those who are broken and grieving. Please pray that God would use us to comfort those that hurt and to see them turn to Christ in their hour of great need.

John, Nicole, Jeremiah and Abigail Yingling

CONTACT INFO:
P.O. Box 587
Jefferson City, TN 37760
Office: 865.262.0900
Cell: 865.850.4035
Fax: 865.262.9034
yingling@biomissions.org
www.biomissions.org
John 10:16 “And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring,
and they

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