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The Story Behind Afghanistan Rescue

The Story Behind Afghanistan Rescue

Twenty years ago this month, Americans watched helplessly as the events of September 11 unfolded before our eyes. There was confusion, uncertainty, and grief. Those in government made the best decisions they could with the limited information they had. For the next 20-years, that event and many that followed would impact our daily lives and…

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URGENT: Afghanistan Rescue

URGENT: Afghanistan Rescue

As the world watches the events unfold in Afghanistan, at Biblical Ministries Worldwide, we have been working around the clock through the tireless team at our Compassion Medical division, to evacuate people from this unthinkable situation. At the time of the sending of this communication, our evacuation efforts have rescued more than 50 people from…

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I Cannot Believe

I Cannot Believe

“I cannot believe on Jesus Christ,” the salesman told me as we stood inside the mobile phone shop. We were waiting for his coworker to retrieve my new phone from their stock. I had turned the conversation from how I could speak the local dialect to why I was fluent—to share the gospel. “My mother…

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She Heard the Message of Jesus

She Heard the Message of Jesus

Two years ago, Mona was saved from a false religion. She recounted her conversion at our recent Bible study. She had heard numerous times from missionaries that Jesus was the only way. She had sat through several Bible studies and church services. It was not until she heard the message of Jesus “in her mother…

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A Life Spared

A Life Spared

Tini was born and raised in an isolated village* in West Africa. One day Tini and some other kids were returning to the village after having been out in the bush to collect fruit. When they reached a chest deep stream, everyone crossed over and ran ahead, leaving Tini behind. The stream was narrow enough…

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Would There be Time?

Would There be Time?

Time was running out. With the number of pandemic cases rising and an inevitable shutdown looming in our Asian city, I scheduled the baptismal service with only a week and a half of lead time. My inner planner cringed at the spontaneity demanded by 2020. Then we prayed and waited to see if we would…

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Paving the Path to a Brighter Future

Paving the Path to a Brighter Future

Blog post from CompassionMedical.org: Jun 25, 2020 We are super cool gals with the desire to BE the hands of Jesus in our commitment to missions through medical work by following the example He left for us. Our past experiences have brought us to a place that we see a need for Christ-centered medical missions…

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Peace in the Storm

Peace in the Storm

On December 17, 2020, Cyclone Yasa ripped through the southeastern side of Vanua Levu, Fiji. Yasa was the fourth largest cyclone ever reported in the south pacific basin and it was heading right for Rita and her family. Rita’s home is situated between two rivers. The only access to her home is by boat. Rita…

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A Gift of Lasting Value

A Gift of Lasting Value

Daring Devotion: A 31-Day Journey with those who Lived God’s Promises One of our missionaries, M. R. Conrad, has recently written a missions devotional published by Church Works Media. If you are looking for a last-minute Christmas gift or a fresh spark for the New Year, consider this devotional. For thirty-one days, step back in…

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An Insufficient Sacrifice

An Insufficient Sacrifice

As Mammadou listened to God’s Word and contemplated “God’s great secret” of how He would reconcile man to Himself, he couldn’t sleep. So, he would often get up at night and walk around. But if he walked around the village, people would think he was doing sorcery. So, he would go out into the bush….

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