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Wilderness fertilizer fields

Wilderness fertilizer fields In a war-torn, evangelical-sensitive region of Central Asia, many men were killed because they were involved in the war, leaving orphaned widows, who were living alone and hard. Caring for children, having no job to do, and lack of material, make their daily lives very difficult. Our brave missionary partners, at this […]

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From monks to preachers

From monks to preachers Pictured on the right is a thin Yi brother, a former monk, who spends his time in the village, without evil. Can be said to see people afraid, people see people hate. Later he was passed on to Fuin, who had sinned in. Not only that, but also keen to preach […]

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Branches grow to sea.

Branches grow to sea. Thanks to God for his wonderful leadership. Tonight I was in Southern California for a gathering of shepherds and elders who had invested in cross -cultural preaching. God brought us together, communicated with each other regularly, supported each other, prayed for each other, and I believed that something more wonderful would […]

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Keep going in the tough times (III)

Keep going in the tough times (III) One of the difficult situations of The Haitian Gospel Work, just look at this video. The fifth school in Haiti, All Arise Shine, is in the village of La Belle Onde. The new school will open on September 9th. Villagers and the evangelical team rushed to make enough […]

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Pave the way for them.

Pave the way for them. A few years ago, one night at a prayer meeting, a shepherd prayed for me and said, One day I would build roads for them in the mission workshop ahead. At that time, I was very puzzled, i thought how possible? Isn't it the government's business to build roads? Just […]

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Seemingly the smallest but the most precious

Seemingly the smallest but the most precious A lame, lone-man in a remote village in Haiti, usually lives in a "shack" made of leaves that can't shelter from the wind and rain. Our fellow workers in Haiti visited the village one day, seeing the old man's living conditions, although limited resources, and no budget, but […]

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The model is in front of us.

The model is in front of us. See how others serve God, let me, who is also serving God, know vigilance, know that they are still inadequate, but also learn to be more humble. The picture above in this composite picture, taken in a small living room. Looks like a family, but not quite. If […]

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Moving on in the Tough (II)

Moving on in the Tough (II) The first line of gospel work is not easy. Myanmar has Myanmar's difficulties, And Haiti has Haiti's challenge. Haiti is not as war- as Myanmar, but the country has been in turmoil and turmoil for nearly a year. Originally a very poor country, people's lives have been difficult enough, […]

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Myanmar refugees need supplies

Myanmar refugees need supplies The war continued in northern Myanmar, where several cars had been set on fire in the past two days, and gunfire could be heard at night in the largest northern city of Raqqa, where residents felt a sense of soldiers coming to the city. Where is the safe place, the line […]