“Ta Ethne Network” Blog

I have begun writing a new blog that I’d like to invite you to click over to and visit. It is call taethnenetwork.

This new blog is being put together as we are developing a new ministry organization, ta ethne network. ta ethne network is a continuation of our ministry to international students at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and beyond that we believe will allow us to intensify that ministry. We have ministered to students since 1997 under the banner of International Bible Fellowship, but with a subtle change in ministry concept, we are changing our name to “ta ethne network.”

After the first post on the new blog site, which is an introductory statement, you will find three posts that were originally written and posted on the old International Bible Fellowship blog. I have copied and placed them on taethnenetwork because they are still relevant to our ministry. The fourth post is a series of pictures that document our student ministry, showing men, women and families who have been involved in the ministry over the years. There are also several pictures of events that we have recently conducted with students.

So, please visit us at taethnenetwork. We would also ask you to pray for us as we step out in faith and pursue the ministry concept that the Lord has impressed upon our hearts. Thanks.

~ Blessings ~

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