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Someone recently asked us for a short "Bio" concerning the basics of who we are, what we are doing and how we got here. We know that many of you already know this information but I was thinking it would probably be good to put this on our blog for those that don't know and are interested. So here it is:


Micah and Amy grew up in Christian homes, attended Christian school and were high-school sweethearts, married shortly after graduation. Micah worked as an apprentice and later as a licensed electrician for about 5 years until he could no longer resist the missionary call. Eastgate Bible Chapel commended the Tuttles to the work in Peru in December, 2000. Accompanied by their six wonderful children, living and working in different parts of Peru for the past 14 years, they now reside in the northern jungles. Micah's ministry focus is divided between evangelism, the church plant in Tarapoto and river ministry to 30 villages along the Huallaga River.

This work is an extension of Burt and Colleen Elliot's river ministry discontinued about 30 years ago. Following the Elliot's refocus to the mountains and coastal areas, the work along the river began to decline. In 2008, the Tuttles recognizing the great need and encouraged by the Elliots, decided to move to a seemingly forgotten corner of the world. While focusing on being a living example of a Christ-centered family, biblical preaching and also spearheading exciting jungle treks, it is their goal to make Christ's name great in the jungles of Peru. There is much to do, and as always, the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few!

Missionary quote for the day by Charles Spurgeon: "Someone asked: Will the heathen who have never heard the Gospel be saved? It is more a question with me whether we — who have the Gospel and fail to give it to those who have not — can be saved."


Micah for the Tuttles

2 comments:

At March 16, 2014 at 9:32 AM Aaron said...

Christ said “I tell you the truth, anyone, who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater works than these."
Micah you and your family are the example for us all. I love you and pray for you.
Aaron

 
At March 16, 2014 at 5:30 PM Anonymous said...

Christ said "I tell you the truth, anyone, who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater works than these."
Thanks for being an example to us all. We love and pray for you often.
Love and encouragement,
Aaron

 

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