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Tyndale University College & Seminary; Alumni Hall

3377 Bayview Ave.

North York, ON M2M 3S4

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Join Cyndi Richardson and the Negron-Kavetsky family as they share from their experiences living and serving with MSI in Southeast Asia.

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MEET CYNDI: Cyndi Richardson alongside her husband, Paul, has advanced the work of Mustard Seed in Southeast Asia over the last 20 years. In addition to home schooling their three children, Cyndi has sacrificially served in the day to day operations of MSI in a variety of roles; from traveling to ministry sites and hosting missions teams to providing translation and financial management, to name a few. When she isn’t traveling, her energy goes towards teaching English, giving piano lessons and managing a busy home. Cyndi loves talking with people of all ages, sharing stories and connecting believers together through cross-cultural ministry. She is convinced in the power of prayer and her heart’s desire is that Christ would be central to the work of MSI in Indonesia.

MEET THE NEGRONS: The Negron-Kavetsky family (Carlos, Marisol and their 3 children) are passionate about education that empowers individuals, living in community as a catalytic for change and seeing lives transformed by the gospel. These core passions are what connected their hearts with the work of MSI. In 2017, they relocated to Indonesia and served the indigenous people by living in community with them, teaching at MSI’s flagship school, encouraging TransformNation students and supporting their teachers. They recently returned to Orlando where Marisol is home schooling their children and Carlos is the Dean of Students at a Middle School in Orlando, FL and has been a teacher for the past 16 years.

Light refreshments will be served. Doors open at 1:30pm.

Please RSVP by November 2nd, 2019.

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3377 Bayview Ave.

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