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Grace Draws Near

Concrete Jungle Claustrophobic  streets, tall buildings, chaotic noises from all directions, the concrete jungle is a cold place. Cars juxtaposition for coveted parking spots, statues stand proclaiming yesteryear. Cultural art claims the center square, the concrete jungle is full of lights, merchants and life. The homeless roam, violence brews and...

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Evangelism and Visitation

Two Pillars Two major pillars in church planting are visitation and evangelism. While they are effective in receiving and retaining new visitors, they are met with intense opposition from our own self life and the other kingdom. Do you go to church? On Saturdays we take half of our Bible...

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Good News from Argentina

Thank you for your prayers and support and encouraging believers to consider church-planting work in Rosario, Argentina. Visits along with conferences have been extremely beneficial to the Body here, as well as to our evangelistic and preaching and teaching efforts. Our team member Teodor from Budapest is a great help...

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News from Iganga, Uganda

Church Planting The church team goes to villages and towns with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It has resulted in over 15 church plants both in Uganda and Kenya. Bible Training Bible College training is a very necessary preparation for the work of the ministry. Unless a pastor is trained, he cannot be a...

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Reaching the Unreached in Odisha India

“And he took them the same hour of  the night, and washed their stripes; and was baptized, he and all his, straightway”(Act 16:33) Reaching the Unreached It’s a great joy and privilege to give a testimony from Odisha mission field. This  year we have had wonderful Gospel preaching outreaches near the...

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Adopted to His Family

Adopted Tim and Myriah’s adoption is official!  She is the cutest and happiest baby I have ever met. She laughs and claps all the time! (when I’m around). Tim and Myriah told me that according to Hungarian law, on her birth certificate they are listed as the birth parents and...

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Feeling Free

Rhythm School is in full swing. I have finally gotten in a rhythm as far as my schedule and preparation for classes go. Dreading I kind of dreaded coming back this year, actually. There were going to be so many changes, so many new staff members, so many new things I...

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Youth Summer Harvest to Romania

Miracle This summer I had the amazing opportunity to travel with Pastor Love and the youth group to Romania. It was a miracle that I got to go because I had no money and no way to get it, but through lots of prayer and donations, God provided what I needed. As...

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Glad to Be a Teacher

Preaching and Teaching This morning I attended a meeting for pastors serving in the Greater Seoul area. It was hosted by Pastor Mike Miller of the Uijeongbu Community Church. One gentleman, a retired colonel in the Korean army, shared about his ministry to soldiers which has an international impact. Another Korean pastor spoke about...

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