History of L.A.M. Updated……

Missionary Njua

Norman with Selma at our 6 month Wedding Anniversary celebrated at Gingham's Restaurant. Saint Charles Missouri October 2, 2013

Norman with Selma at our 6 month Wedding Anniversary celebrated at Gingham’s Restaurant. Saint Charles Missouri October 2, 2013

Addendum October 2013

Norman’s former spouse left their 28 year marriage though divorce

in 2002 and was finalized in 2005, and has since remarried

and is not involved in Christian Missions.

Norman remarried in April 2013 to Selma.

Selma now joins Norman’s continual  work

through L.A.M. in Christian Outreach

In Evangelizing the World with

Jesus’ Salvation Good News Gospel Message.

The entire Oetker family of the past, along with their children

had made a total of five missionary tours to Thailand

and have lived throughout the US. while working

with the Mong and other SouthEast Asian Refugees

in the United States from South East Asia.

Norman and Selma are currently planning to return,

and to other places as the Lord directs.

Norman and Selma are the only ones active in L.A.M. at this time.

Below is a copy of one of L.A.M.’s Introductions from the late 1970’s

Light Amidst the Mong Christian Outreach copy of Original History

Light Amidst the Mong Christian Outreach copy of Original History

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