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Down a muddy road and back

Down a muddy road and back

It was impossible to take a trip to a tribe's Bible conference and not have something stick with you.
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A broken shell; a melted heart

A broken shell; a melted heart

Gundo resisted the Gospel but hearing God’s Word changed her life.
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Embarrassed by my Bible

Embarrassed by my Bible

Many weeks I sit in the village church in the Philippines listening to the Banwaon Bible teachers expound the Scriptures that they do have translated, and because I am not yet fluent in the language here, I would love to bring my own English-language Bible...
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Frying chicken for Jesus

Frying chicken for Jesus

By her own honest admission, Betty Draper, a missionary in Papua New Guinea, can’t do a lot of things. But like the women of Exodus 35, Betty doesn’t focus on what she can’t do, but on what she can.
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Boubakar's house

Boubakar's house

Why does Boubakar labor alone to build a new house, when all the other Bainouks build homes together?
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Second Generation of Tears

Second Generation of Tears

Come along as the Maco Christians from a Maco village share God's Word in another village.
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Banwaon Thanksgiving

Banwaon Thanksgiving

Banwaon believers in the Philippines, who formerly made thank offerings to the spirits, now have a Thanksgiving celebration to the one true God.
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Climate change

Climate change

Missionaries make disciples, who make disciples, and so on ...
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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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