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Home assignment

God has given Boris and Valentina with Benaja, Phil Noah and Zea great memories as they prepare for home assignment in Germany. There are some uncertainties but they rest in […]

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Back to work

Darcy Berglund has been back at full time ministry for two months. The focus of her first month back at work was finishing the Asia-Pacific translation of the literacy software. […]

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Commentaries at the printers

Paul and Marina Briggs have been working away, in Northern Ireland, on Bible commentaries in the Loron language for the books of Galatians and Ephesians. They hope to get the […]

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A solid plan

There are still a lot of unknowns regarding Covid-19 and quarantine, so it is very difficult for Jonathan and Heidi Bamford who serve in the Philippines, to come up with […]

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If the Lord wills

For Richard and Carmen Gappmayr who serve with their family in the Philippines, the current pandemic has meant they have been in lockdown now for thirteen weeks. All their teaching, […]

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Redeeming the time

Facing yet another change of plan Andrew and Joanna McCready with Manoah and Chloe were challenged about how they should best redeem the time that God has given them. Andrew […]

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Rescued Twice

As Lori Luse sat next to her husband Aaron in the Patpatar mountain village in Papua New Guinea, observing those gathered to hear the teaching on the book of Acts, […]

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School year ended

Classes continued as distance learning at the missionary training centre in Asia-Pacific where Jonathan and Dian Langhardt serve. This “new” way of studying was a huge challenge not only for […]

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Acts grammar edit

After finishing editing the book of Acts, Ragnar and Elizabeth Niclasen, who serve among the Kankanaey in the Philippines needed to do a grammar/word order/spelling check on each lesson. Ragnar […]

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Looking Up

Dennis and Valerie Easton with Lael, Aria, Quinn, Cambree and Theo Easton have been looking up a lot lately – literally and figuratively. It has been 13 weeks since they […]

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