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Andy and Jenny Saunders
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Andy and Jenny Saunders are serving with BMS World Mission in Kathmandu, Nepal. Jenny is a trained counsellor and uses these skills to train Nepali counsellors. Andy is a Baptist minister and has been teaching at a Bible college in the Nepali capital. Andy was previously the minister at Hope Baptist Church in Plymouth for 18 years and Jenny was a counsellor with the NHS working in GP surgeries. They have two grown-up children living in the UK. Their home church is Hope Baptist Church, Plymouth.
  • 23 Aug 2017
    Flood
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 10:50 on Aug 23rd, 2017
    Cycling home from Namobuddha last weekend the heavens opened as I started the hour and a half climb up to the pass. It had rained a lot for a couple of days but now it just poured down. After sheltering for half an hour I realised it wasn’t going to stop and pressed on, thankful that Nepali ra
  • 23 Jul 2017
    On Humility
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 08:34 on Jul 23rd, 2017
    Preaching on humility, I felt I needed to correct the pastor who kept introducing me as Professor Saunders. I also often get called Sir Andy which doesn’t help my humbleometer. Little did I know that I was going to encounter a perfect example of humility after the service. Rubbish Collection P
  • 8 Jun 2017
    Graduates
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 11:37 on Jun 8th, 2017
    When I graduated from Spurgeon’s College I was 33, it was my second degree, I’d worked as a teacher and had four years experience in full time christian work. Through the Baptist structures I had been called to serve as pastor in a church and could look forward to being provided with a
  • 7 May 2017
    What do the following have in common?
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 08:42 on May 7th, 2017
    What do the following have in common: a carrot, a walking stick, a toothy grin and a shuttle cock? Answer: they are all symbols used by parties or individuals standing in the forthcoming local elections in Nepal. Other symbols include a tiger, a pair of feet and a kangaroo! There are a lot of politi
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  • 16 Mar 2017
    A story from Jenny
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 16:58 on Mar 16th, 2017
  • 16 Mar 2017
    An update from Andy
    Posted by Andy and Jenny Saunders at 16:58 on Mar 16th, 2017
  • There are no home assignment dates available at this time but these will be posted here as soon as they are confirmed. In the meantime please remember that you can request a BMS Speaker at any time in the year.

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Flood
23th Aug 2017

Cycling home from Namobuddha last weekend the heavens opened as I started the hour and a half climb up to...

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On Humility
23th Jul 2017

Preaching on humility, I felt I needed to correct the pastor who kept introducing me as Professor Saunders. I also...

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Graduates
8th Jun 2017

When I graduated from Spurgeon’s College I was 33, it was my second degree, I’d worked as a teacher...

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May 2017
15th May 2017

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