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Update from Mexico

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Posted by MJ Suriano on

The following is an update from MJ Suriano, serving with Youth With A Mission's medical ships ministry. Our ministry here in Mexico is basically meant to support the work of the YWAM base that serves the community long-term. This has led us to get involved in an incredibly large variety of ...

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Tags: mexico, missions, prayer, ywam

Memorize Philippians

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Posted by Brett Toney on

We're a few weeks into 2017 and hopefully you're still going strong in your Bible reading plan. (If you've fallen off the wagon, there's grace. Pick up where you left off.) But we're kicking off our Bible memory plan for the year this Sunday. In previous years, our "Hidden Treasure" Bible memory ...

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Tags: bible memory, missions, philippians

The Dawn of a New Endeavor

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Posted by Becky Houston on

About three weeks has passed since the one year mark of being home from the World Race. In that time I have started, and quickly erased, blogs—desiring to commemorate the year of growth and change; but always with the lingering uncertainty of the right words to use. It was actually the ...

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Tags: adventure, dawn, glory, missions

Spiritual Superhero or Ordinarily Dependent?

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Posted by The R Family on

The following is the update one of our missionaries shared at our last monthly women's gathering. Consider how you can help care for our missionaries that we might send them in a manner worthy of God (3 John 6). Names and places have been edited out for security reasons. People usually hear ...

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Tags: missionary care, missions

Theological Famine Relief Update

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Posted by Brett Toney on

In 2014, we set up a fund for designated giving that would be used for helping bring relief to the theological famine of the Global South—approximately 85% of the 2.2 million evangelical churches in the world are led by pastors who lack sufficient training. Organizations like the ...

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Tags: books, missions, theological famine relief

Upcoming Trip to Kenya

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Posted by Ben Gingell on

With the Africa trip being a little over a month away, I was asked to share my feelings about the trip so far. I would say I'm a little nervous about all the unknowns and things that could go wrong, but mainly I am excited. I'm excited to help lead games for all the kids from the different ...

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Tags: great commission, missions, orphan

Trip to Kisumu

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Posted by Evelyn Van Sloten on

A team of thirteen people will be travelling to Kenya in April to minister to orphans and their communities. There are five care points we will be visiting—there are fifty orphans ministered to on a weekly basis at each one—and we will spend two days at each location. We will have an ...

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Tags: aids, missions, orphan

Blinded by our Castle Walls

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Posted by Bethany McMahon on

After 31 days in Asia I climbed into my ridiculously comfortable bed, closed my eyes and immediately started to cry. My mind flashed back to images of the little boy curled up on the pavement sleeping with garbage piled around him, the sex menus on the streets of Bangkok being shoved in my face, ...

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Tags: action, asia, gospel, missions, trafficking

Theological Famine Relief

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Posted by Brett Toney on

The Famine This past summer I had the opportunity to travel to Cameroon again to teach at a seminary. I walked away with an increased burden to see pastors better equipped to faithfully teach and preach the Word. That’s the main reason I feel compelled to have an ongoing partnership with ...

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Tags: missions, giving, theological famine relief

Missions Team Update

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Posted by Debby Schmitt on

I'm often asked about the life of missions here, especially mission conferences.  "Do we have them any more?" "When is our opportunity to meet our missionaries?"  I'm happy to report that the answer is yes and no!  Under the guidance of the elders, we ...

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Tags: missions