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Family and Friends: I feel God has called me to go on the mission field. My first trip will be on March 18th to 31st to India with my church here in Dayton. I will be traveling to work with RACE (Rescue and Care) Project to break chains of Human Trafficking, to participate in discipleship and training with a local church in the country, and to evangelize in the local community and nearby village. God has blessed me with so many talents and gifts and I was able to use them extensively in my 47 years of working in schools and the legal system. There are still great needs in other nations and I am equipped to teach and evangelize throughout the world. When I retired from my secular jobs, I asked God to use me, however, He wanted me to be used. This will be the first of many trips to come. First, I want and need your support for the trip. The total cost is $2,000.00. I believe, with your help, we can raise these funds and any additional funds will be given to the local church in India. No donation is too small or too large. Second, I need your prayers for the success of this trip. I will be gone for 12 days. Each day will be a new adventure and your collective prayers, will be needed. With your prayers, we will defeat any attacks that may be planned by the enemy. Third, I will be praying for each of you, for heeding God's call to support His work in another country. I want you on my prayer list not only for this mission, but so we can be sure God reveals His plan for your life. There are two ways to give: Go to my website at youcansend.me/kayejeter and make the donation through PayPal. This money comes directly to my PayPal account. Mail to me any amount at the following address: Dr. Kaye Jeter 3709 Mandalay Dr. Trotwood, Ohio 45416 I need all donations by February 15, 2015. Thank you for your support. Dr. Kaye Manson Jeter

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February 2nd, 2015

My Mission Legacy When God gives you a mission He makes it clear; He makes it easy; and, He directs the path. As I prepare to go to India on this mission trip, I began to think about why even thinking about doing missionary work was important to me. My thoughts returned to my great-grandmother… Full Post »

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