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Sam Williamson on UCB radio

Sam & Leanna Williamson are leading an Extreme TIMO (Training in Ministry Outreach) team of men, among the semi-nomadic shepherds of Lesotho. The team will be adopting the Shepherds’ culture & language and seeking to bring the good news of Jesus to them. In December, Sam was interviewed on UCB radio about the Shepherds and the TIMO team’s desire to reach them with the good news of Jesus Christ and plant a church amongst them.

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