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During the first week of February, Timothy and
Sharon Fluegge arrived in San Francisco de
Marcoris, Dominican Republic, to begin working
with Erik and Holly Johnson. The Lord has opened
the door for Al and Tami Gruber to begin a new
work in the city of Puerta Plata. Our hearts rejoice
to see God answering prayer. Recently, Coco Chan
shared that the government of Trinidad has approved her visas for five years.
This decision was a major answer to prayer. For years
the struggle has been to maintain good continuity
in church planting and the preparing of national
leadership. Now missionaries will have an additional
two years to invest in the development of a new
church. Praise God! In Haiti, Don and Benji Dryden
have seen an increase of 15 more students this year,
and they project 28 graduates this summer from the
Bible institute in Port-au-Paix.
This year—2014—could be the best year ever in serving the Lord. The past is
history and today we write another page in the book. With the Lord's help we can
make this year one to remember through prayer and faithful service to our Savior.
Served by Coco Chan, missionary in Trinidad
1 tsp. cooking oil
½ lb. lean ground Beef
1 ¼ cups chopped onion
1/3 cup frozen peas
1/3 cup water
1 ½ cup cooked mashed potatoes
2 tsp. beef bouillon powder
1 tbsp. milk
1 medium carrot, diced or very thinly sliced Paprika, sprinkle
1/8 tsp. garlic powder
¼ tsp. Worcestshire Sauce
Heat cooking oil in frying pan. Add ground beef and onions. Scramble fry until
beef is browned and the onions are soft. Drain.
Combine next 7 ingredients in saucepan. Stir. Heat to boiling. Cook slowly
until carrot is tender.
Add peas. Cook for 2–3 minutes. Add ground beef mixture. Stir.
Pack into 5 ½ x 8 inch dish
Cover with mashed potatoes. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake in oven, uncovered at
350 degrees for about 30 minutes until very hot.
Serves 2. See Caribbean Carats page 4.
Islander – No 1, 2013