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2015
Quarter 1: Jan-Mar - Papers = Memories

2014

Nov/Dec
- The Blessing of Working Together
October
- The Months in Review
Fall - Catching Up
April-June - A Prosthetic Leg Project

Older Letters
Winter 2013
Apr-Jun 2013

Jan-Mar 2013
December 2012

October 2012
September 2012

March 2012

October 2010

September 1, 2008
June 29, 2006

The 2015 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, p. 235

Amy Davisson Galetzka

Long-term volunteer in Thailand
Serving at the invitation of the Kawthoolei Karen Baptist Churches

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Amy is occasionally in the USA and available to speak as her schedule permits.  Email her to extend an invitation to visit your congregation or organization.


About Amy Davisson Galetzka's ministry
Amy Davisson Galetzka was appointed in February 1999 to serve as a long-term volunteer in northern Thailand, where she coordinates the Global Day of Prayer for Burma. In addition she assists with programs that facilitate ethnic unity and reconciliation among and between the ethnic peoples of Burma.

About Amy Davisson Galetzka
Amy went to Thailand with a college group from Malibu Presbyterian Church, Malibu, California. According to Amy, that experience challenged the group to analyze who their neighbor is and how they are active in serving others for the Lord. Amy herself was challenged to initiate a query into mission service and particularly to return to Thailand in mission work.

In 1998 Amy graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, with a B.S. in international business. She attended Malibu Presbyterian Church while in college and was a student leader in the university ministries there. She is a member of Labish Center Evangelical Church in Salem, Oregon, and was a member of their youth council.

Amy was married to John Galetzka in July 2009 in Oregon. Her husband works for the California Institute of Technology as a field geologist and travels to countries like Nepal, Taiwan, Chile and Peru doing earthquake research. They travel together as much as possible and have in a rental house in Thailand.

Birthday: June 11

 

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