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Changes in LFTL and MM Office of Communication


e have some family news. This summer, we said farewell to Mandy Kennedy and her family as they moved to another part of the country. Mandy was with LFTL for eight years, overseeing our publications and communications. Her leadership skills, ability to navigate transition heart for missions and discipleship, and her friendship amazed me. She blessed our team deeply. Please pray for them as they adjust to new schools and surroundings! Dan Kersten now steps into the role of Director of Development and Communications for LFTL and MM. Dan’s heart for missions and discipleship is evident to all who know him. Dan is upgrading our

social media presence, overseeing future 360 Spotlight issues, directing the 2019 “Celebrate the Light” production, and will be involved in much more. I sense God walking with the team as we enact His plans! Once again, THANK YOU for allowing us to grow, adapt, and minister in new ways so we can move LFTL and MM into the next chapter of missions and discipleship.

Mandy Kennedy

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Dan Kersten




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