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Please go by the Seller's Blog, Valley of the Mountains and watch their mission presentation. They have a wonderful family heritage and call to the country of Nepal. I wiped the tears away as I watched this video and again felt the burden for a country without the Gospel.

Please go see the video and pray for this family.

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***it has been brought to my attention that some people are viewing a video that isn't this family's presentation. I have followed the link several times and every time it comes up as normal. If you follow the link and find anything strange, please let me know. Also you can tell if it's the right video by the blue screen and the word Introduction at the beginning. If it is not a blue screen please do not watch it.

Thanks Pam for the heads-up.

10 comments:

  1. I followed the link to the Sellers' page to watch the video, but I think there's been some kind of prank or mistake. The video I unfortunately saw is NOT something that anyone else needs to view!
    You might want to go and watch it again, and if it is messed up, maybe remove the link until it's fixed.

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  2. Thanks Pam,
    I went to watch it several times and it is always the same; their presentation. I wish I knew what this was about. What page are you going to and what are you seeing, is it their blog?

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  4. Thought I'd let you know that I just went to check it again...
    this time a very innocent video came up... but it still wasn't the intended video.

    Maybe Blogger's getting their "wires" crossed??

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  5. Dear Tori,
    This is Bro. Chad Sellers. I want to thank you for posting us on your blogspot. Pam contacted us this morning about the problem and We cannot figure out what is going on. We are dismayed and horrified at what has happened we are continuing to check with others overseas to see if they experience the same thing. Again thanks and God bless you and your family as you minister in Croatia.

    Bro. Chad Sellers

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  6. Hi Tori,
    I had no problems viewing the Seller's presentation, which btw, left me crying also. It was a beautiful story all together of how God brought each of these working there now through the death of his servants. Wow!

    I hope that Pam was able to see the good video. My guess is either Blogger had wires crossed, like she mentioned, or her computer could have a virus.

    ~Kristi

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  7. Well, I'm sad that I can't see what is obviously a very moving video.
    But I'm glad that it seems like it's only me.... don't know what's going on!

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  8. I agree with you all, the presentation the Sellers family put together is wonderful. The "story" behind their call to Nepal is so very moving. This is a fantastic family that we've had the privilege of knowing for several years. We've also had the privilege of them being our pastor and Pastor's wife. Now we (our church) is in search of God's man to fill the pulpit as pastor. Please help us pray as our current pastor leaves to fulfill the deputation part of the ministry. And pray their time of preparing for the field will be short.

    Tori,
    About the banner. Nothing fancy, just something I can use on other websites that ask for my banner. I had no idea what Baptist Muse wanted when it asked for a banner until I googled it...I'm still learning. Anyway, if you can do one that isn't to time intensive that would be great. But please...if you don't have time don't worry about it. Just let me know if there is something I need to get to you.
    Thanks,
    Nina

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  9. Tori, this is off topic, but I was wondering if you could pass a message on to to Nick at the Baptist Muse. For some reason I am unable to comment there. I have tried to gain access and set up new accounts but they only allow me to do so once. Just let him know I am reading and can not comment. Thanks!

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  10. It's always great to see new families working to get on to the missionfield -- especially when they're good, solid, conservative, IFB families! What a blessing!

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