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Lynn Hutchinson on CBF Off Field Assignment visits MS Gulf Coast

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Lynn Hutchinson on CBF Off Field Assignment visits MS Gulf Coast

Ric Stewart

Lynn Hutchinson with Togolese ladies

Lynn Hutchinson with Togolese ladies

Lynn Hutchinson, co-founder of St Martin Baptist Fellowship (SMBF) with her husband Mike, is now CBF Field Personnel in Togo, AF, serving with her husband Mike.  She is currently on Off Field Assignment (OFA) on the MS Gulf Coast for several months.  Read more about Lynn's OFA in the United States in an earlier blog on this website.  The folks at SMBF have enjoyed having Lynn attend their Sunday evening gatherings when she is in town.  One project of this husband/wife team that continues to grow very rapidly is the Togo House.  Part of this ministry project is to rent a house where children can come and learn English words while also learning about the love of Jesus.  A young man of the village, Komla, who lost a leg recently in an accident, receives a salary from the Togo House to teach the children.  Also, this summer, Mike has been very busy coordinating the activities of summer personnel providing assistance at the Day Camps attended by 80+ Togolese children.  Two of the helpers are Aaron and Grace Ogburn from Baylor University, who have spent the summer in Togo helping with the camps.  Mike and Lynn are very strong proponents of the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) approach to developing assets of the people in the village.  One project they have started involves the people of the community gathering together on a regular schedule to sweep the streets of the village.  The villagers are now taking great pride in how their community looks.