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Our God Is Greater

by: Kristi TenClay

We serve a God who is greater than the worst this world has to offer and can wipe away the most jagged of scars. . . a God who left the glory of heaven to walk among us and experience the suffering and loss of this world . . . a God who IS and CAN DO ‘immeasureably more than all we ask or imagine.’ (Eph 3:20) As we enter into this season of Thanksgiving and approach Advent, take a couple minutes to think about that.

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A World of Acronyms

by: Calvin & Susanne Hohn

The world of missions is full of acronyms and Cameroon is certainly no different.

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Fall Ministry Opportunities

by: Yuri Nakano

It has been an eventful and good season here in Japan.

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Counting Every Blessing

by: Nick & Iris

Recently, we observed that a certain lady named Vivian attends most fellowships and events. We are thankful that I got an opportunity to get to know her.

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Saving Lives in the Midst of Unrest

by: Dennis & Nancy Palmer

We are committed to keeping Mbingo functioning at as high a level as possible during this time of crisis.

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New Seasons at Camp Falcon Rock

by: Vern and Gloria Wagner

The first ever youth camp began on July 8 at Camp Falcon Rock. Nineteen youth came to experience camp life and dig into the theme of Live Life with God.

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Fall Ministry in Japan

by: Shan Reed

The ministry at Komyo Christian Church continues to grow and be strengthened by your prayers.

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Count Your Blessings

by: Paul and Melissa Ewing

Life is busy, but the blessings are there.

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Planning for Brazil

by: Brandon & Marci Jones

We very quickly started making plans to leave for Brazil. We are packing what we can take on the plane and putting the rest into a storage container for home assignments.

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A Most Excellent Adventure

by: Jeff & Sonya Kilmartin

We have been out of the country for the past 5 weeks, in a F*lbe community in Nigeria, getting to know the rhythms of life in a small village (very early mornings, I can tell you).

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