The Lafon Family

Lafon Family

Robert, Edith, Kara, Katie, and Kelly Lafon

Assemblies of God Missionaries Through Technology to the World

3320 South Meadowlark, Springfield, MO 65807
Tel/Fax: (417)823-0869, Email: Robert.Lafon@agmd.org

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What is life all about? With all the war, pain and trouble in the world, some people think life is not worth living. For some of us, just getting out of bed in the morning is a major struggle. But, it doesn't have to be this way. Life can be very worthwhile.

Last Revised: 02/03/2013

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