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Determined Not to Be Late

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by Christine JeskeEthiopia [posted 07-2012]             One night Yonathan had a vivid dream. A man with tattered clothing entered his home and sat at his couch. “There’s work left in this world,” this person told him in the dream. When he asked what that meant, the person told him to pray. Yonathan asked two moreRead the rest of this page »


God’s Word of Hope in Iraq and Syria

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Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq [posted 05-2015]             Christians in Iraq and Syria are facing terrible persecution. They are being kidnapped, driven from their villages and killed. The Assyrians live in northern Iraq and in north eastern Syria along the Khabour River. They are an ancient Christian people, one of the oldest Christian communities in theRead the rest of this page »


Finishing the Race; Keeping the Faith

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by Craig CombsKenya [posted 09-2015] The chapel on the edge of the Nairobi University campus is buzzing with more than 200 excited university students gathered for a mid-week evening service. A special guest is introduced – Paul Machira of Bible Translation and Literacy (BTL). He has come to encourage the students to participate in a large annual fundraising event calledRead the rest of this page »


Appointed for God’s Purpose

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by Jes­sica WhitmoreDe­mo­c­ra­tic Re­pub­lic of the Congo [posted 11-2014] Marie Yale­moto lis­tened, ter­ri­fied, to the noise of gun­fire in the thick rain­for­est around her vil­lage. At each shot, she won­dered if that one had killed her hus­band, Gas­pard. It had been the same for many nights. Civil war had gripped the De­mo­c­ra­tic Re­pub­lic of the Congo (DRC)*, and the vi­o­lenceRead the rest of this page »


Hope and Healing in the turmoil of the Middle East

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          A Middle Eastern woman reflects by the sea. My name is Rajiya. It means ’hope’. I live in the Middle East, and I am a Christian, a Chaldean Christian. My people have been living in this region for many, many generations, and we are known to some as Assyrian Christians. Our Church holds to aRead the rest of this page »


<p style="text-align: center;color:#fb6441">"Every Christians should know about their faith by reading the Bible in the language they can understand well"</p><p style="text-align: right;color:#fb6441"> - John Wycliffe</p>