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First impressions

First impressions

Taking a deep breath of sticky air, Judy puts on her gloves. She and her husband Trevor enter the house and begin hauling rubbish out the door. The clinging heat of the Philippine jungle is even worse inside
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Kiss of Life

Kiss of Life

"I thought I would die," Carmalita told NTM missionary Vicky Martin. "I was in labor night and day." But tiny Noralyn cried loudly at birth and had no breathing problems.
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Death of a friend

Death of a friend

Distraught, missionary Dubby Rodda put his head in his hands. Feeling sick and discouraged, he asked himself, "Have I failed?"
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Breaking down walls

Breaking down walls

The air is sticky in the open-walled meeting house. Scraggly dogs wander in and out and a chicken pecks at the crumbs between the bark slat “pews.” But nothing distracts the Piapoco tribal people from listening
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A crying need

A crying need

The sound of wailing woke Jason Knapp at 6 a.m. Just as you know the sound of your alarm clock means it's time to get up, Jason knew what the wailing meant. Someone had died.
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Only one bullet

Only one bullet

Sambu Sisaxo stood in the open doorway in his tattered robe. He spoke calmly, but his words startled us from our leisurely conversation with Paul and Carol Cheshire, our co-workers.
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Bao obeys

Bao obeys

In a reckless mood, their faces painted black, the young men and older boys advance toward each other... marching, chanting, marching, chanting.
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More than just a sense of purpose

More than just a sense of purpose

It is midnight as the Hart family begins their ascent through thick jungle along slippery trails. By morning they want to reach the road where a vehicle will take the seven of them to the main coastal town.
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Maadi's victory

Maadi's victory

Learning to read opens new opportunities for tribal people.
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