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An Insurmountable Challenge

An Insurmountable Challenge

A large city, with no professing believers, and a community who doesn’t trust outsiders sounds like an insurmountable challenge. For our missionary team, this is the reality they live in every day. When the need for God’s gospel is immense and the people are segregated, how can a missionary engage the culture? By using their…

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An Unexpected Answer

An Unexpected Answer

“Kwun Yum, the goddess of mercy!” That is not usually the answer you expect when you ask a five-year-old, “Who lives in heaven?” But that is the answer I got in front of all the children and parents who attended our outreach. I had booked a park with a basketball court nearby the church, and…

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The Power of the Spirit

The Power of the Spirit

Have you felt the power? There is an electric feeling as you share Christ with someone who you know has never heard it before. It is the knowledge that the Spirit is opening your mouth to declare truth. You feel the gospel as the power of God being poured through you to them. One of…

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When God Opens the Door

When God Opens the Door

How does a teacher in a staunchly secular public school system, find herself giving the gospel to the whole school at one time? Simple. She waits until asked by the principal. This unlikely scenario played out recently in an overseas school where a BMW missionary works. The God who holds all things in his hands,…

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Shedding Misunderstanding

Shedding Misunderstanding

There it stood, a simple, common 2×5 garden shed, perched vexingly in the wrong spot. I had drawn a rectangle in the dirt exactly where I wanted the shed, stopping to repeat in clear, slow English, “please move the shed here.” Most Zulu speakers have some fluency in English. Yet, my Zulu friend, Senzo, had…

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Does God Speak Luxembourgish?

Does God Speak Luxembourgish?

Fifty years ago you wouldn’t have thought so. The country used French and German for just about everything written or broadcast. No one could agree how to write the local national language, and it was hard to find modern literature in Luxembourgish. When Bible-believing Christians wanted to communicate the gospel among local people, foreign languages…

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She Named Him Emmanuel

She Named Him Emmanuel

In most of Africa, people leave their rural homes to go and work in the cities, living in temporary shacks. They travel home maybe once a month, or if they are fortunate, once a week. For this reason, Christmas is a favorite time of year. The cities empty out, the trains are clogged with people…

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Tech Savvy Missions

Tech Savvy Missions

Ephesians 4 is a beautiful picture of a church functioning for the glory of God and the good of God’s people. It’s a picture of God’s equipping the church body using individual gifts, attaining unity of faith and love. In the northern corridor of Argentina sits one of only four churches to reach 1.3 million…

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An Unlikely Conversion

An Unlikely Conversion

For decades, an elderly Asian man had resisted the Gospel. His wife, a devout believer, spent the last ten years of her life bedridden; this man and his son held this against her God. After she passed away, only his young grandson believed on Christ. Years passed, and God brought his daughter-in-law to know Christ…

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Haunting Questions

Haunting Questions

Every Christian needs a good theology of suffering. Why do bad things happen to people? Why is there hunger, poverty, and war? Moving overseas can bring these questions into stark focus. The guy who sells coconut snacks looked at me the other day and said, “This is all I do. I have no future. Can…

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