February 16, 2006, Saskatoon, SK. Canada,
Musical-Dessert Night to Celebrate Mission's 65th
The Foster Family of Kinistino, SK, the Peters Sisters of the Sask Valley area, and several soloists
will help Western Tract Mission, Inc, in Saskatoon, celebrate it's 65th anniversary with a Musical
Concert and Dessert night at Cornerstone Church on March 7.
Headlining the concert will be the Foster family, which has eight children, two girls and six boys,
ages five to seventeen. All ten, including the parents, Ron and Eunice, love to sing together. Those
who hear them come away blessed and impressed.
The Peters sisters, originally from Osler, now over the Valley area, form a well-known trio,
specializing in old-fashioned gospel songs, will also be singing.
Western Tract Mission formed a partnership at the beginning of 2005 with Source of Light Ministries
from Georgia, USA. This has brought Joe and Penny Homontowski to work with the mission to develop
Discipleship Training through the Mailbox Club and through churches. It happens that Joe has an
excellent baritone for solos. He will also be serving in song.
This behind-the-scenes gospel tract and Bible correspondence ministry, begun in Langham in 1941 by a
business man, has carried on and on, and is still at work. The last couple of years have seen some
remarkable answers to prayer, and this mission is inviting their supporters and the general public
to come to this family evening of gospel music, a few answered prayer stories and a buffet of
desserts and fellowship afterward.
The mission's Director, Arnold Stobbe, and Board members, Archie and Carolyn Loewen, Helen Doerksen,
Lynn Moen, Richard Letkeman, and Ruth Friesen are all quite excited at what they have to share with
the public and hope all their friends will bring a car full of friends to join in this 65th
anniversary celebration. A free-will offering will be received towards the continued work of Western
Tract Mission, Inc.
For further information use our Contact Form
to reach the Director, Arnold Stobbe.