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COOPERATION COMES FROM VARIOUS PLACES

COOPERATION COMES FROM VARIOUS PLACES

In recent posts, we reported that Lee University adopted the Church of God Phebe Grey Orphanage in Liberia as its project for missions efforts. The main thrust of the emphasis brought new items for the school via books for the library, school supplies, a new science lab, and so forth. A young lady by the name of Lindsey Slaughter, who is a home missionary through Indian Ministries of North America... »

AN ABDUCTED PASTOR

AN ABDUCTED PASTOR

Part Two The following morning, the general’s brother lost his courage. He contacted the general and explained what he had seen in the vision. The general said, “I know this pastor. He is a man of prayer, and I know there are people praying for him. Ask him to pay $600 instead and I will release him—$600. Not a penny more, not a penny less.” The Church treasury had only $200, which was being prepa... »

AN OPEN COUNTRY

AN OPEN COUNTRY

Because of restrictions in some regions to share the gospel, we often mistakenly believe nothing of any significance is happening. Nothing can be further from the truth. World Missions recently learned the UAE is an open country. The United Arab Emirates is the only country in the world where the government has given FREE land for 13 international churches at Sharjah, two of which are for Church o... »

MISSIONARIES MUST FACE LOSS …

MISSIONARIES MUST FACE LOSS …

Like the rest of us, missionaries must face the loss of a loved one. On Thanksgiving Day, Steven and Candace Day received the news his grandmother had passed away. They were faced with the decision to attempt to change their … Continue reading → »