Mary Snyder

Mary and Cliff Snyder
Mary and Cliff Snyder

Mary Snyder, who with her husband Cliff (a retired GCI pastor) directs GenMin’s M25:40 Missions out of Colorado, has been battling severe health problems for over a year. Recently, severe pain kept her home-bound for six weeks straight.

Mary and Cliff have spent the past several years traveling to Ethiopia to volunteer their time and hearts to the many orphanages there. It’s been a special passion and burden of theirs. They still desire to travel, but it doesn’t look possible for the near future. As a result, M25:40 Missions will soon cease operations.

We thank Mary and Cliff for the love and compassion they have shown to young people who have been marginalized, kicked aside and have been largely unseen by society. Well done, faithful servants!

Mary requests our prayers. Due to her health, the couple has been unable to attend a GCI church services since November of last year. They miss our community and would love hearing from us. Mary’s email address is: Msnyder72003@yahoo.com. Cards may be sent to:

Mary and Cliff Snyder
5741 CR 68C
Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545

6 thoughts on “Mary Snyder”

  1. We are very sorry to hear about this health bout. The kindness you have shown to the “little ones” has not gone unnoticed. God will continue reaching out through you so. Please, do not be disheartened.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    In Christ,
    Santiago and Elke

  2. We are sorry to hear about your health problems, and do hope with time you will be feeling better. You are in thought, heart and prayers.
    In Christian Love
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, AL

  3. So sorry to hear of this development. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Ray and Carol Meyer

  4. Thank you for the caring work you have been doing in Ethiopia. God sees this outpouring of love for the marginalized children there, and may He continue to bless you both and bring speedy healing in the weeks and months ahead. My prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  5. Thank you for your care and compassion for others. We are praying for a speedy recovery!

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