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Bangladesh: Church Planting Principles

During this festive season of celebrating the arrival of our Savior to this world, it adds to our joy to know that Jesus, having arrived as a Baby in a manger, is today the Lord of church planting!

Having once walked this earth for three years discipling 12 chosen Hebrews, He now disciples all who are called by His name.  Church planters, with whom Christ shares His vision, often enjoy special direction and provision from Him.

Pastor Modhu of Bangladesh is one church planter who attests to this.

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10,000 Refugee Children Missing in Europe – Minus One

Ion, age 17 lived in a small town close to Donetsk, Ukraine. One day he began to walk. And didn’t stop.

Ion had lost everything. He was forced into hiding after a group of separatists killed his mother. He kept to the shadows, aided solely by a stranger who secretly brought him food from time to time. After a few months, Ion decided to make a run for it.

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Harsha & Betty: From Desperation to Hope

How does God take someone from a state of hopelessness and cause them to become a vibrant Christian witness to their world? Harsha, from Sri Lanka, is one who experienced God’s miraculous power of transformation.

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A Bed of Dignity

Misha could not remember the last time she felt comfortable falling asleep. Every night, she was in a new location. And she never slept well in a new place.

A bed. It’s supposed to be a safe haven. A place of rest.
But how can it be when it’s never your own?

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In the Face of the Storm, God’s Love Never Fails

Ronald Buenafe is a fisherman, 31 years old and lives in the Philippines. He is married to Jennybell, and they have two children, Khean Joy, eight, and Jamilla Rich, five.

When a powerful typhoon hit their village, Ronald and his family were engulfed by a raging storm.

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How I Connected With a Refugee When I Couldn’t Speak Her Language

As I boarded a plane recently, I scanned the seats ahead and saw my future seatmate.

A colorful scarf wrapped her head and shoulders, revealing only her beautiful face. She looked nearly my age and cradled a darling baby in her arms.

When I reached my seat I introduced myself; she smiled and shook her head – “No English.”

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The Source of Life – film project

The Shengzha Nosu Yi of Sichuan, China, were once vicious warriors and slave owners, the last people group to come under Chinese rule in 1956. They have their own religion known as Bimoism. Very few Nosu believe in Jesus, and there is no contextualized evangelistic media in their language and culture.

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The first Indigenous Gospel Film for the Kutchi People

Our practical project goal of the fifth Frontier Filmmaking Seminar was an evangelistic film for the Kutchi people of Gujarat, India. Leading the project was Steve, a film director from Create International’s 2020 Vision team based in the USA.

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A Life Changed by Scripture

Allan was overcome by grief and anger, but God radically redirected his life through translated Scripture.

Read the full story from Wycliffe HERE


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How a Christian Coder gets others talking about God

Pablo soon developed a desire to bring his skills and his passions together in one endeavor. “My church has people with a variety of technical skills, but I am the only software developer.”

“I wondered how I could bring us all together for one purpose.”

Read the fully story from cru HERE


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