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Alert for supporters of Cayo, Miguel, and Walter

We've noticed that there has been a drop-off in support for Peruvian missionaries
Cayo, Miguel, and Walter.  Several people have asked where to send their support now. The answer is to send it just like our support (designate Riggs, Mike & Tammy #400), but email us one time to let us know that you are sending it for Cayo, Miguel, or Walter.
Don't send it to Believers Bridge, which is currently only handling donations for their Brazil missionaries. Send it to World Outreach Ministries, P. O. Box B, Marietta GA 30061 or donate onlineEither way, designate it Mike & Tammy Riggs, #400.  Just make sure that you notify us that your support or a portion of your support is for them.

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