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South India Trip Summary - May 2014

Posted June 2, 2014  by: Kris P. |0 Comments

South India Trip_5-2014_0.JPGI recently returned from my second trip to South India this year, and our team is very thankful for everyone who lifted us up in prayer during this trip. There were many trials that we faced with cancelled flights, lost luggage, stomach illness, and lack of sleep, but the Lord showed Himself to be abundan... Keep Reading

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An update provided by HeartCry missionary Rema S*... Local Church Over the last three months our local church has been learning from the books of Haggai and Ephesians on Sundays. Our weekly Bible study, where we are working through Romans, was on a break for the winter, but resumed in March. In the weeks leading up to Good Friday and Easter we had meetings in the houses of people who attend our church. We hope that the seed planted during this time will bring fruit in the days to come. Traini... Keep Reading

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Mesak's Death

Posted May 21, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |1 Comments

“Come now, you who say, 'Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit' — yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes” (James 4:13-14). image2Mesak loved music. When I told the story o... Keep Reading

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Wahyu's Baptism & Witness

Posted May 12, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |4 Comments

“And what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2 image1A Growing Seed Becomes VisibleWahyu Tah-Mo is a quiet and contemplative young man. It is easy for him to escape notice at first. Imagine a garden owned by a harried farmer struggl... Keep Reading

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Prayer Request for South India Trip - May 2014

Posted May 12, 2014  by: Kris P. |0 Comments

I am going to be traveling to South India again this month, and I would greatly covet your prayers for this trip. I will be traveling with two close friends (Justin and Jeff), and we are planning to hold a 3-day pastors conference for approximately 80 pastors. The theme for our conference is "The Attributes of God in the Gospel," and we are each planning to preach 4 times. Here are the topics we're planning to cover (speaker in parentheses): The Holiness of God (Jeff)The Sovereignty of God (Jus... Keep Reading

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Seminar in Cambodia

Posted May 12, 2014  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

DSC_0109.JPGLast week I traveled to Cambodia to take part in a seminar with Shalom Mission to Cambodia, HeartCry's partner in the small Southeast Asia nation. For three days we studied the topic, "Union with Christ." It was a great opportunity to look at some of the most basic Gospel truths and blessings and see how all these are true ab... Keep Reading

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Samuel B_Apr 2014_2.PNG“Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12) Dear Friends in Christ, We bring greetings in the name of our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. It's been a couple of months since we wrote a news letter, so we t... Keep Reading

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Photo Gallery of North India

Posted April 18, 2014 |0 Comments

The below photos were taken on a recent trip to North India. India—especially in the north—is one of the greatest missionary challenges in the world due to its vast population, diverse peoples, and small number of evangelicals. Delete North India, Feb 2014  ... Keep Reading

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Spiritual Conflict in Nando's Village

Posted April 16, 2014  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

Paman_lengser_2.JPGA couple weeks ago, I was able to eat lunch with Pak Nando and his wife. As we were eating, they told me a story of something that had happened in their village. The people in the village, although formally professing Islam as their religion, are more animistic than Islamic. They live in fear of evil spirits and... Keep Reading

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Update from Japan

Posted April 13, 2014  by: Matt G. |3 Comments

profile_luis_rDear brothers and Sisters, Praise the Lord for commanding Moses and Israel to build the tabernacle so people could learn visually about His holiness and glory. Now we do not have that tabernacle and its ceremonies, but praise God because today our bodies are the temple of God and we have the privilege to let God disp... Keep Reading

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