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Now the Menya know the end of the story!

Now the Menya know the end of the story!

The Menya people knew that only God could change their corrupted nature. Now they know how!
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Deadly Chicken Soup

Deadly Chicken Soup

The villagers watched as the unsuspecting Sophie ate the soup laced with the most potent poison known in the jungle.
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The time of mourning for the Menya people is over.

The time of mourning for the Menya people is over.

Wes grew his dreadlocks as a sign of mourning. Now the time of mourning is over, and Bible teaching has begun!
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 Passing the Baton of Discipleship

Passing the Baton of Discipleship

He watched as his parents and grandparents discipled the ones with whom they worked.
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The Disciples Become the Disciplers

The Disciples Become the Disciplers

Imagine Mark and Joyce Cain’s joy at seeing those they discipled becoming the disciplers.
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Discipleship Done Well

Discipleship Done Well

Plan A should have worked. But getting chased out by guerrillas can put a damper on your aspirations. That’s how it felt as the missionaries watched Plan A evaporate, not knowing when they would see their precious Guahibo brothers and sisters in Christ again.
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The Importance of the Book

The Importance of the Book

Vital — as in life-giving — is a great word for the importance of God’s Word in a church. Two years ago, when I made my first visit to Africa...
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Connect with... Erica Dorsey

Connect with... Erica Dorsey

From early on Erica was familiar with “the frontline evangelistic side of missions” because her parents were friends of missionaries. But she “had never thought about the logistics side of it and the necessary support staff.”
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Connect with... The Suttle Family

Connect with... The Suttle Family

After over 15 years of youth ministry and part-time missions, Joe and Erin wanted to be involved in full-time missionary service. But they weren’t sure where to begin or with whom to serve.
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