Category Archives: missions

football

We should all look for Jesus in our God-given passions. Andre Dobson, the son of missionaries, grew up in Calcutta, India and Cairo, Egypt. After his family moved back to the States, football became his favorite sport. He played running … Continue reading

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compassion

Our friends with Mission India run Bible Clubs throughout a struggling nation. Children are welcomed into safe, loving environments where they receive help with schoolwork and learn about Jesus. Such gatherings are havens of life in poor rural areas and … Continue reading

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smuggler

Our Dutch friend Harry has a friend and fellow countryman named Anne van de Bijl who is also known as Brother Andrew. John and Elizabeth Sherrill, who told Corrie ten Boom’s story in ‘The Hiding Place’, published ‘God’s Smuggler’ in … Continue reading

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Iran (& invitation)

Susan and I recently listened to a book on tape called ARGO, the story of six Americans who escaped Iran in 1980 while 53 fellow Americans were held hostage in the U.S. Embassy. The attack on the American Embassy took … Continue reading

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fruit

Despite the majestic basilicas, impressive cathedrals, and rich history of the nation, less than 1% of the 47.5 million people of Spain claim to have a true relationship with Christ. Young people do, however, find Jesus in the 25 Christian … Continue reading

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