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Good, Kind, Sincere…Lost

Good, Kind, Sincere…Lost

The elderly gentleman sitting outside the flower stall smiled kindly and we struck up a conversation. When I asked whether he and the owners of the shop were related, he replied, “We’re all relatives—relatives through Adam!” Fantastic! I thought. A person who talks openly about spiritual things. As if I needed more prompting, the gentleman…

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Don’t Believe Everything You Hear

There is a very intelligent people group where I live in Africa. When there is conflict between two parties a third party will often sit down with them, listen to both sides, and draw a conclusion as to who is right and wrong in the matter. They know that both parties can’t be telling the…

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Prayer + Fasting = God’s Answer

Prayer + Fasting = God’s Answer

For the past month our church has done a 30-Day Prayer Challenge which included times of prayer, group prayer, and fasting. This challenge was designed to increase our prayer for deacons, land, the nation of Palau, youth and families. It has truly been exciting to see God answer prayers in specific ways. The first week…

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Blessed by Sign Language, Technology, and Freedom

Blessed by Sign Language, Technology, and Freedom

It was exciting to have a sign language interpreter with us as David did the gospel rope illustration. What was even more of a blessing is that there was a deaf gentleman in the crowd! He was so excited that he dialed a deaf friend and showed them the presentation as it was happening. We…

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Daily Interactions Having Eternal Impact

Daily Interactions Having Eternal Impact

With the mindset of making an impact for Christ in every opportunity, I hired a university student from our church to wash our cars. I soon discovered that because he doesn’t like to read, he never reads the Bible. Fast forward 3 days – he and another friend from church came over to help us…

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From Village School Girl to Bible Translator: Unlikely Grace

From Village School Girl to Bible Translator: Unlikely Grace

Her eyes sparkle as she recounts the improbable events that led her to Christ. Brought up in a mountain village where going to church is just another way to keep evil spirits at bay, Grace knew nothing of the true Jesus, the One who calls people to come drink freely of the water of life….

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Works of Our Faith

Works of Our Faith

We recently helped one of the families in the church move to another village. Events like this have had an incredible impact on us all. The testimony to outsiders has been evident as they witness the unity and love of our church family working together. Our hearts are truly blessed as we watch this small…

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Risky Business

If confessing Christ as your Savior meant that your husband would beat you, would you be a follower of Christ? If you were told that you could meet with others for worship ONLY after you’d finished all your work in the fields, would you still drag your weary body there, too late to catch the…

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Ministry Opening in Utah

Ministry Opening in Utah

North Salt Lake, Utah – a beautiful land where many lost souls dwell. There is a small church plant in North Salt Lake whose pastor had to leave for medical reasons. They are looking for someone who already has full financial support or is willing to be bi-vocational to pastor this church. Maybe your heart’s…

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Who’s Going to Fill Their Shoes?

Who’s Going to Fill Their Shoes?

Who’s going to fill their shoes? The Joshua Project reports there are 6,738 unreached people groups. In conjunction with the unfinished work with the ‘reached’ groups, the Great Commission seems daunting. Burdened by our responsibility to the Lord’s command we must concern ourselves with raising up the next generation of missionaries. Our plan was to go…

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