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Woman of Courage-Grace

Grace is from a country where she has to be careful about revealing who she is or discussing her faith…

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Running for Chickens: How a Simple Idea Can Fund a Microbusiness and Touch Lives Here and Overseas

“These knees are 54 years old—I’m going to end up in the ER. I am not a runner.” Non-runner Doreen…

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Sergeja: A Woman of Courage

Several years ago, I meet Sergeja.  She was visiting the US and stayed in my home for several days.  We…

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Witnessing the Middle East Refugee Crisis, American Christians Choose to Be Neighbors

As the Middle East refugee crisis continues, your help enables local Christians to meet needs—both physical and spiritual. Fadi* lived with…

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Miriam: A Woman of Courage

The older I become, the more I realize how relentless God is in His pursuit of us; how much He…

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Bless the Lord and See What Happens

Psalm 103 speaks to me a lot: “Bless the Lord, my soul, and forget not all his benefits.” There are…

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Vanja: A Woman of Courage

Vanja was born and raised in Croatia, on the border with Bosnia. She came to faith in Christ through her…

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Urgency: The Difference Three Months Can Make

  T. L. Angam Haokip’s team of missionaries arrived in the remote mountain village after nine hours of walking. They…

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Carmen: A Woman of Courage

My name is Carmen Linder. I was born in the country of Honduras and raised as a Catholic. For as…

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A Truck, a Chinese Phone, and an Ant Hill: an episode from the field in Kenya

  “I have a Chinese phone that has very good coverage, even in the rural areas. It’s very heavy.” Timothy…

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