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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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A HeartCry conference was recently held in Nepal with the theme, "The One True God." The conference used Paul Washer's workbook The One True God (in Nepali) as a basis and covered about ten different attributes of God. A right understanding of the God of the Bible is essential to the Christian faith. The recordings from this conference are now available online. Below is the list of messages given. The One True God: Introduction The Trinity, Part 1: Overview The Trinity, Part ... Keep Reading

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A HeartCry conference was recently held in North India with the theme, "The Life and Doctrine of the Apostle Paul." Many times in Scripture the Apostle Paul exhorted believers in ways such as, "Be imitators of me, just as I also am of Christ" (1 Corinthians 11:1). Consider some of the following passages: I do not write these things to shame you, but to admonish you as my beloved children. For if you were to have countless tutors in Christ, yet you would not have many fathers, for in Christ Je... Keep Reading

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Samuel B Jan 2014_3“..that you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.” (Colossians 1:10) We thank our Lord Jesus Christ for the manifold opportunities He gave us in the previous year to serve Him. As we’ve already entered into the New Y... Keep Reading

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Tags: South India

Pulong Banop: A Tribal Child Rescued from Death

Posted February 17, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |11 Comments

image3When we first meet Baby Pulong from the Banop clan, her body is limp and feverish. She suffers from both vivax and falciparum malaria. She will later test at a +4 for both according to laboratory tests arranged on the coast. Many die from lesser cases. Malnourished, anemic, and stricken by trichuriasis (Whipworm), her rectum is prola... Keep Reading

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Tags: Perin Weyato, Korowai

Clarifying the Gospel Conference in South India

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

Clarify_1-2014_1I recently traveled to South India with another brother associated with HeartCry to do a pastors conference and to meet with some of our missionary leaders. The theme of the pastors conference was "Clarifying the Gospel," and we preached on the following topics:     1) The Primacy of the Gospel in the Minister's L... Keep Reading

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Learning from William Carey

Posted January 27, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |1 Comments

william-carey-at-workWilliam Carey, the “Father of Modern Missions,” has influenced me greatly. As a Particular Baptist in the same theological line as Carey, and as a missionary, I have learned much from his life and writings. I desire below to concisely list some of these lessons learned from William Carey concerning worl... Keep Reading

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Interview with Two Papuan Evangelists

Posted January 27, 2014  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

JIMI PERIN WEDDING.JPGThe following is a brief interview with Jimi and Perin Weyato that was recorded in January 2013. Jimi and Perin are married and have been serving among the Northern Korowai in Papua for several years, now.   ... Keep Reading

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