SUMMERDALE, Ala (BNc) — Jerry O. Davidson, missionary to the Amerindian villages in Guyana, and the mission team traveled to Guyana October 14 – November 4, 2013, for another soul-saving effort. They worked in five Amerindian villages, with a total of 17 baptisms. Guyana truck

Those participating in the campaign were: David Myers, director of the campaign in Aishalton Village, Deborah Baker and Rusty Locke, Wildwood, FL; Jerry O. Davidson and Hazel Rands, Summerdale, AL; Chester Meeks, J.T. Beard and Scott Floyd, Booneville, MS; Jennifer Gondos and Brandon Myers, San Antonio, TX; Stephen Kelley, Mt. Pleasant, TN; Larry Kirby, McMinnville, TN; James Pendley, Gadsden, AL and Danny Rader, Bridgeport AL; Ken Mohammed, Trinidad; and a host of Guyanese Christians.

Team members traveled to Aishalton Village and conducted campaign services with 70-80 attending each night. A ladies Bible class, with 15-20 ladies attending, was conducted each afternoon. Each night a Bible class was conducted for the children.  The nightly services and classes were held outside using generators for lights. Three baptisms resulted from their efforts.

In Kradaur Village several of the Amerindian preachers  taught God’s word and baptized four souls.

Over 90 Bible studies were conducted the first two weeks of the three-week mission effort in the two villages.

Ten members of the team returned to the states October 28. Remaining team members went to Yupukari Village for worship on Sunday. Monday they made an arduous trip into Katoka Village for a week. Nightly services were conducted and ten precious souls were baptized and added to the Lord’s church.

Exciting news came when the village council of Katoke Village gave the congregation permission to build a church building. This means the church received an acre of land, and ground breaking ceremonies were held.

The mission team worshiped with the church at St. Cuthbert’s Mission village, November 3, before coming home the next day.