Tami is the bookkeeper at EPM.
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article October 8, 2018
We first got to know our dear friend Tami Yeager when she was a part of our EPM staff. She is a dear sister with a big heart for the Lord and for people. May her words encourage all of us, especially those of us who are experiencing suffering, to “love one another deeply, from the heart” (1 Peter 1:22, NIV).
Suffering Is Not A New Truth
article November 4, 2016
This coming Sunday the 6th day of November, 2016 is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Christians from around the globe will set aside time to honor, remember, and pray for our persecuted family. I am grateful for the privilege of standing shoulder to shoulder with those of whom the world is not worthy. I pray that this day is the beginning of a deeper fellowship with our persecuted family.
Sobre Una Mujer Nigeriana Anónima (Of an Unnamed Nigerian Woman)
article June 29, 2016
Displayed on the Martyrs Monument (at The Voice of The Martyrs USA ministry office in Bartlesville, Oklahoma) are the names of many martyrs—each one representing a real person with a real story. I love to stand near this memorial and slowly read the names and brief descriptions. During a recent visit I found myself once again drawn to the monument. On this particular day there was one memorial stone that stood out to me. It simply read A Nigerian Woman.
In the Face of Evil, We Must Live Our Faith Out Loud
article August 22, 2014
Today my heart is heavy after being assaulted by the evil depicted across the internet of the American journalist being beheaded.
Of an Unnamed Nigerian Woman
article August 15, 2014
Displayed on the Martyrs Monument (at The Voice of The Martyrs USA ministry office in Bartlesville, Oklahoma) are the names of many martyrs—each one representing a real person with a real story.
Beauty from Ashes
article November 18, 2013
Never underestimate the potential of a seed buried deep within the ashes.
Remember Us and Pray for Us: the Persecuted Church
article October 12, 2012
My introduction to The Voice of The Martyrs came through a newsletter handed to me in 2003. The stories in this publication disturbed me greatly, yet I was compelled to learn more.