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Name in full

PERSONAL FILE
Date^
Lloyd Samuel Alexander Morris
Complete address on field P.Q Box 466
AuF^ust 22, 1977
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Complete forwarding address Miss Jndv Baker. *>420 Hunter.
Raytown Missouri 64133
Name and address of Livinglink church or churches:
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Names and addresses of other sponsoring or endorsing churches:
Zone. State,
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Please send along with this form copies of recommendations from churches which will encourage
other churches to support your missionary work. There are churches which will not allow a
visiting missionary to speak unless a church recommendation can be shown. Since it is impos
sible for any one person to know all Christians in the world, this recommendation by a respon
sible New Testament church is a vital help in persuading others of your worthiness and the value
of your mission. Mission Services stands ready to help you inform HORIZONS readers about
your church recommendations. Since the church is sending you to the mission field (Acts 13:1-3)
and will help provide the necessary needs on the field, naturally the church should share the
credit in your missionary ministry. One of the ways that the church can do this is to share their
conviction regarding your missionary ministry with others. Certainly, their words mil help
convince others regarding the worthiness of your work. Please help MISSION SERVICES to
spread your news through HORIZONS, Packets and Slide library by sending your church recom
mendations as soon as possible. Thanks. Send what you have now, and the others later.
Recommendations by Christian Leaders: (List names and addresses here and enclose a copy of
^ / h- n L J each letter, thanks.)
NAME,
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Name,
Street. Street,
-ZoTif. StateJltL^L- City,
Sutkl
Zone. State.
Name and address of hometown rtawiapapftr The Beacon< 7 Strand Street, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Name and address of other papers which mi^t carry stories of your work:
The Daily Gleaner The .Daily Ifews
Strftftt- North Street SfrAftf Half-Way Tree Road
. Jamaica, West Indies Jamaica, West Indies
-Kingston 7.nnf> State___. nify Kingston Zone State
Place of BIRTH.mnrnndnn > tTflmfl 1fifl , - , __
Day of IQ Mnnth 8 Vflflr
Where baptised? Ewarton, Jamaica natP. February, I95I
On an extra page please describe any details regarding conversion which you might care to
mention.
MARITAL STATUS:
Marriftd. X Single___ Divorced^___ Widowed^_
Date of TYiarriago Sept. 6. 1975 Where married? Montego Bay. Jamaica
Who solemnized your wedding? Bro. Claudius Morris
List children by full name giving place, day, month, and year of birth:
(If your children have been adopted, please indicate.)
Name
* Mary Elizabeth Morris
Place of their birth
Minneapolis, MN
day,
27
month, and year
10 66
* Ilnda-Kay Montego Bay, Jamaica
5
2 68
Jomo Kenyatta Montego Bay, Jamaica 2 6 76
by a previous marriage. Mother deceased.)
Please list places of previous Christian service and what service you did. Give approximate dates:
Place Service Dates
Guy's Hill, Jamaica Sxinday School Teacher 1953-1961
SCHOOLING (high school and later):
Name of school Location
Buxton High School .Kingston, Jamaica
Number of years
I956-.I96O
Minnesota Bible College Minneapolis, MN I96I.I966
Degrees and date granted
Sr. Cambridge Tgyami wa t.i nw
Certificate
Bachelor
What things influenced you to become a missionary? What is your purpose? What do you hope
to accomplish on the mission field? Your own story in some detail might be influential in leading
others into fulltime service (Use an extra sheet if you need more space):
Ify father has been a minister for many years and his Christian witness encouraged me to
walk in his footsteps. I also felt that I was called of the Lord to minister to my people
in showing them, through the Scriptures, a better way of life.
I hope to build a strong New Testament church in Mbntego Bay, to establish a Bible College
for the Caribbean, and to establish vocational training schools.
Describe briefly in outline form the nature of your daily duties on the field:
Pastor, teacher, social worker, cotmselor, evangelist
Which of the following terms most nearly describes your missionary status?
TCvangrftiigt. X Bible College TeacherPublicbSchool Teacher
Homemaker__^ nrtnfnr Nurse_ Social workerMusic teacher.
Radio ministry. Radio followup.
Maintenance of mission equipment.
Christian Service Camp.i_
BenevolenceOffice work.
Linguistics.
Name other:
PARENTS:
Father's name and home aHHrpgg- C. A. Morris Living.JL_ Deceaseds
PrO- Box 22 ^^Suys Hill , West Indies
Minister of
His ofinnpatinn Religion tq he a Christian? yp X nn.
What positions of leadership has he held in the local church? Mnister of Guy's Hill, Albion Mountain^
Carlton Churches of Christ
What Christian service does he now do? - Minister
Mother's full maiden name; Murdell May Morris Llving^JL-^Deceased.
^ o iT-TT Jamgaca, West Indies
StreetJi^_BQX_22 nif^rGuv's Hill Wp
Is she a Christian? Vg>e X Mr>. Her occupation if employed outside the home.
What leadership positions or Christian service has she rendered to the local churchi?,
Sunday School Teacher, Choir Director, Camn Counselor
FORWARDING AGENT:
Name. Miss Judv Baker strPAt 5^20 Hunter
City, Raytown 7.one.6^133 Rtote, Mo, Tftlfiphnnft-.816 356 3092
Where attend nhurnh?. South Side Christian Church St-rftpt V30 V'
Citv_ Kansas Citv Zone - State Missouri (oH'Hi
What duties are performed by the forwarding agpnt- Receives cash, prepares newsletter, issues
receipts, prepares display materials
Does the forwarding agent receive a salary?^^22
Should money be sent to the forwarding agent only?. yQ'
In what form should funds be gftnt? checks, money order, cash
If funds are to be sent directly to the missionary on the field, please explain the details of how to
do it, so we can ^ve your explanation to HORIZONS readers and others who may inquire.
Use the remainder of this sheet or an additional sheet to supply other information which you think
might be helpful to the staff of MISSION SERVICES in preparing news stories about your ministry:
^rp. ? mt
PERSONAL FILE
Date August 22. ^ 1977
Name in full
Audrey Marcia Lucille Morris
Complete address on field P.O. Box 466 Montego Bay. Jamaica< West Indies
Complete forwarding address Miss Jucty Baker, 5^20 Hunter, Raytown, Missouri 6^133
Name and address of Livinglink church or churches:
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Street- 1(^0/ S-f ^//3//g. fttiJOt, f^lLiOL
Street-
city .Zone^ ..Statenity %.
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Zone. ,State
Names and addresses of other sponsoring or endorsing churches:
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Rtrppt -5^3 SoH"fL Si- ^36^ (Ll^oU
nity <3^ AI Nt/Ld
Zone^ State
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Please send along with this form copies of recommendations from churches which will encourage
other churches to support your missionary work. There are churches which will not allow a
visiting missionary to speak unless a church recommendation can be shown. Since it is impos
sible for any one person to know all Christians in the world, this recommendation by a respon
sible New Testament church is a vital help in persuading others of your worthiness and the value
of your mission. Mission Services stands ready to help you inform HORIZONS readers about
your church recommendations. Since the church is sending you to the mission field (Acts 13:1-3)
and will help provide the necessary needs on the field, naturally the church should share the
credit in your missionary ministry. One of the ways that the church can do this is to share their
conviction regarding your missionary ministry with others. Certainly, their words will help ..
convince others regarding the worthiness of your work. Please help MISSION SERVICES to
spread your news through HORIZONS, Packets and Slide library by sending your church recom
mendations as soon as possible. Thanks. Send what you have now, and the others later.
Recommendations by Christian Leaders: (List names and addresses here and enclose a copy of
- /I z A / each letter, thanks.)
NAMV.^kUli-C'k^ 'r* NflmA
Street_ti02L^^
Street.
-/nnA State City
Zone.
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Zone. State
State.
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Name and address of hometown nAwgpapRr Beaoon, 7 Strand Street >Montego Bay Jamaica
Name and address of other papers which mi^t carry stories of your work:
The Daily Gleaner The Daily News
Rtrftftt. North Street Half-Way Tree Road
Kingston Indies cityjangston^zSSI^^tei^lf^
Place of TtTRTTT Portland. Jamaica ^
Day nfhirfli 29 Mnnfh 11 V^ar 52
Where baptised? Kingston, Jamaica Date June lit 1973
City. State,
On an extra page please describe any details regarding conversion which you might care to
mention.
MARITAL STATUS:
MarriftH, X Single,
Divorced, Widowed.
Date of TYiflrm-ggrA Sept. 6. 197S Where married?
Who solemnized your wedding? Bro, Claudius Morris
Montego Bav, Jamaiea
List children full name giving place, day, month, and year of birth:
(If your children have been adopted, please indicate.)
Name Place of their birth day. month. and year
* Mary Elizabeth Morris Minneapolis, MN
27 10 66
* Linda-Kav Montego Bay, Jamaica .
^5- 2
6R
^_JomQ Kenyatta Monte5Q._Ba7._jamaiea^
z. . 6 J26

Please list places of previous Christian service and what service you did. Give approximate dates:
Place Service Dates
SCHOOLING (high school and later):
Name of school Location
Montego Bay High School Montego Bay
Number of years Degrees and date panted
196^-1971 General Certificate of Education
TTnivftrs-ity nf The West Twdles Kingston,Jamaica 1Q71~1Q7^ P.g. EOOnnffllOS
Advanced Level
What things influenced you to become a missionary? What is your purpose? What do you hope
to accomplish on the mission field? Your own story in some detail might be influential in leading
others into fulltime service (Use an extra sheet if you need more space):
Describe briefly in outline form the nature of your daily duties on the field:
Homemaker, Bible School Teacher
Which of the following terms most nearly describes your missionary status?
Evangelist^__^ Bible College TeacherPublickSchool Teacher. 7nr
TTnmATnaifgT* XX TinntnT* xth-tca Social worker, Music teacher,
Radio ministry, Radio followup. ^Christian Service Camp. Linguistics.
Maintenance of mission equipment. Benevolence, Office work. Name other:
PARENTS;
Father's name and home flHHrpgg Stephen Bygrave LivingL, Deceased,
Sfrppt Hopewell P.O, Pity. Hflnovay 7r>np> Rtatp Jamalea
Executive Officer. Minister
His nnp-npfltinn n-p mil+nyoTg he a Christian? yes. nr> A
What positions of leadership has he held in the local church?
What Christian service does he now do?
Mother's full maiden name: lAieille Bv^rave Y
street ^.jippewell P.O. Hyo^r
Is she a Christian? v^g Mn X Her occupation if employed outside the >ir>mp Director. CoTrmmnltv
School of Cosmetology
What leadership positions or Christian service has she rendered to the local church:?,
FORWARDING AGENT:
Name, Street. W,Q Huntfir
City.^ RaytoTjn Zone&13i_Statfi. MO Telephone: .816 3*>6 30Q2
Where attend nhnmh?. South Side Christian Church Rtrftftt. 'y3C2>*-/-
City Kansas City 2ojie RfatA, Missouri 6aY/33^
What duties are performed bv the forwarding flg-pnt'. Receives cash, prepares newsletter^
receipts, prepares aisplay materials
Does the forwarding agent receive a galary?- nn
Should money be sent to the forwarding agent only?. ves
In what form should funds be g^nt? checks, mnnev fia.qh
If funds are to be sent directly to the missionary on the field, please explain the details of how to
do it, so we can give your explanation to HORIZONS readers and others who may inquire.
Use the remainder of this sheet or an additional sheet to supply other information which you think
might be helpful to the staff of MISSION SERVICES in preparing news stories about your ministry:
JAMAICA MISSION
FOR CHRIST
Forwarding Agent:
Judy Baker
5420 Hunter
Raytown, MO 64133
Field Address:
Lloyd and Audrey Morris
Box 466
Montego Bay, Jamaica, West Indi<
December, 1977
"A cup of cold water' a little thing!
But life is made up of little things
and he who would rise to higher usefulness
is wise if he cherishes the loving yet
seeming trifles of daily living*'"Floyd W. Tomkins
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Lloyd, Audrey, Mary Beth,
Linda-Kay, and Jomo
Thisthoughtthoughsimple reminds usforcefully that it is the littlethings that make theworld a better
place. You in your small corner andI in mine are tryingtomake this a reality bysharingourblessings
with others. 1977has been a wonderful year for us and we are thankful that you, our friends, are a part of
it. On the 16thof May, Mary Beth, Linda-Kayand I left Montego Bay Jamaicafor theU.S.A. tovisit with
our brothers and sisters. Audrey and Jomo were to join us some two months later.
It was a great thrill to seeso many ofour friends after somany years. As wetravelledfromarea toarea
wefound God's people willingto continue sharing their blessings with us. It was goodfor us to beaway
from our work for a while. Wehad the opportunity of looking at ourselves, our country, our people and we
were able to assess our achievements and make plans for the future.
Our summer tour made us come alive becausewe continuouslyexperienced God's loveshown to us by
Christians everywhere. We listened toChristians speak ofGod's love through thespoken word, through
fellowship inhomes, through Bible studies, Daily Vacation Bible School, camps andwe were blessed. I
learned many newthings that I am nowteaching my congregation.
We would like to thank all the church groups, individuals and couples who shared their homes and
themselves with us this summer. Thanks for opening your homes and churches to us. Thank you for
making arrangements for ustoshareourwork with you. Christians, we arealla partofthebody ofChrist
and he is pleased with us.
We now have all the equipment to complete the School of Cosmotology. We are now able to
accommodate sixty students in a one year course. Our school will be the largest of its kind in Western
Jamaica. Please pray for us that the Lordwilluse us to influence these students toknowhim personally as
Lord of their lives.
Christmas is a season that has always been celebrated in song. In connection with the Saviour's birth
Luke records three inspired songs, full of beauty and wonder. In the presence of Elizabeth, the Virgin
Mary sang "THE MAGNIFICANT", My soul doth magnify the Lord and my Spirit rejoices in Godmy
Saviour" Luke 1:46.
At Christ's birth the angelic choir sang"Glory to Godin the highest and on earth peace goodwill toward
men".
Whenthe infant, Jesus was takeninto the temple a man righteous and devout, looking forthe consolation
of Israel. .. took him up in his arms and blessed Him. Thus did Simeon with his famous words, "Lord
lettest thouthy servant depart in peace,accordingtothy workfor mineeyeshaveseenthy salvation which
thou has preparedin the presence of all peoples, a light for revelation to the gentilesand forglorytomy
people Israel." Luke 2:29, 30.
As Christians He has set our feet upon the rock. He has put in ourmouths anewsong, of praises to God.
This way of thinking brings us to the veryessence ofChristmas withits heraldingofpeace onearth and
good will to men.
On the plains of Bethlehemthe night of the Christ Child's birth there was needfor this message about
peace. In the hearts of those shepherdsthere were feelings offear. Today, in waysbeyond numberthere
are all sorts of fears. The worst of these fears man has brought upon himself.
However, the message of Christ comes to dispel all our fears ever as on those Judean hills. The angels
said "Fear not!" which has become the essence of God's message to us.
Today if there is anyone who feels that life is futile, that no one understands his plights, that no one
listens to his prayers, I say to such a one that Jesus is standing by.
REMEMBER
Every other religion pictures man as reaching up for God, Christianity pictures Godreaching down to
man. Christianity is not an achievement. It is an acceptance. At Christmas weought to think about glad
acceptance of a gift that we can never begin to repay.
Today think about the Lord Jesus sitting at the other end ofthe dining table, across the living roomor
even standing at the door, as He offers yousalvation, full andfree. He nods-it is for you dear fnend-as it is
for me! Hewants youto acceptSalvationas Hisgift toyou. TaketheLordJesus as yourChristmasgift.
By doingso you will forever rejoice and sing"Gloryto God inthe highest and onearthpeacegoodwill to all
men".
At this time we put our commitment to you.
Our personal needs of $600.00 pledged support monthly.
May God's peace be yours this Christmas.
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
Lloyd, Audrey, Mary Beth,
Linda-Kay and Jomo
I am the Christmas Spirit!
I enter the home of poverty, causing pale faced children to open their eyes wide in pleased wonder.
I cause the miser's clutched hand to relax, and thus paint a bright spot on his soul.
I cause the aged to renew their youth and to laugh in the old, glad way.
I cause eager feet to climb dark stairways with filled baskets, leaving behind hearts amazed at the
goodness of the world.
I cause the prodigal to pause a moment on his wild, wasteful way, and send to anxious love some little
token that releases glad tears-tears which wash away the hard lives of sorrow.
I enter dark prison cells, reminding scarred manhood of what might have been, and pointing forward to
good days yet to be.
I come softly into the still white home of pain and lips that are too weak to speak just tremble in silent
eloquent gratitude.
In a thousand ways I cause the weary world to look up into the face of God, for a little moment forget the
things that are small and wretched.
I am the Christmas Spirit.
MISSION SERVICES
BOX 177
KEMPTON, INDIANA
46049
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