December Newsletter 2016

His Wheels International’s December 2016, Update

In this issue Alice attempts to answer this question. “Where does His Wheels find their ministry contacts and partners?”

Christmas holds the mysterious answer to this question. If you want to know more, we encourage you to read the December newsletter 2016.

From the HWI team to your family we pray that as you ponder the mystery of the Christ Child this Christmas season you will be filled with blessing and hope.

Merry Christmas

August Newsletter Updates

His Wheels International’s August, 2016, Update

Thanks for your interest in His Wheels International. Attached you will find our August, 2016, Newsletter.

Below is an overview of the latest news from us.

The August, 2016, Newsletter can be read online at http://www.hiswheels.org/newsletters/2016-newsletters/

The Pakistan Accessible Design Challenge was a big success. They had 60 design entries. You can view the top thirty here. Alice was part of the International judging board that picked the final design. http://www.pakwheels.com/blog/top-30-cycle-designs-submitted-at-pakwheels-partnered-nowpdp-competition/

Abilities.com “The resource for the disability community,” featured Alice’s story. http://www.abilities.com/community/cycles-of-life.html

Mission Unstoppable: Listen to the podcast, where radio host Frankie Picasso interviewed Alice Teisan. https://soundcloud.com/hiswheels/mission-unstoppable-live-2016-07-19

There’s still more in the newsletter so take a look.

Thanks for your part in the ministry of His Wheels International.

 

 

 

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April, 2016 Newsletter

April 2016 Newsletter

Below is a newsletter overview with some new website links:

We have two new videos that can be viewed at His Wheels Videos.

Alice will be a virtual judge for a Pakistan Accessible Design Challenge. You can learn about the competition at NOWPDP.org

In June we hope to send two trikes with Basic Utility Vehicles (BUV) to Tanzania. Learn more about BUV at Basic Utility Vehicle Website.

Our network around the world keeps growing. Maxim and his brother Evgenii began building a virtual handbike community in 2013 for a Russian Speaking audience within Eastern Europe. They have 425 members. Thanks to internet translation you can browse their website at Handbikes Russia.