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Spring Newsletter 2022 Tag

Great things have been entrusted to me

You can help John Jumbe Kayange train and encourage Bible teachers in rural Tanzania.   I was born in Mbeya, Tanzania, but went to school in Malawi. When I finished secondary school in 1996, I returned home to Tanzania. I crossed Lake Malawi by ferry. On the...

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Just as I am

You can help prepare leaders like Joseph Abosi to reach young people with the good news.   When I was a teenager, responding to altar calls became routine. Time and time again, after giving my life to Christ I found myself falling back into sin. This was...

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God is making me one of his people

You can give secondary students like Jamaly Ignas Kazimoto a lasting gift.   My name is Jamaly Ignas Kazimoto. I am a student at Muyenzi Secondary School. My parents always advised me to be God-fearing, but I did not listen to them. When a person disturbed me...

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Kindle the love you had at first

Sheung Un is nurturing a culture of lifelong learning among seminary graduates in China.   This year we will provide graduates with a copy of Love as We First Met by Dr Benjamin Wat and Dr Rachel Wat-Lai. “In our ministry journey, we meet brothers and sisters with...

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One sows, another waters

I was born in 1999 in Ormoc City, Leyte. I am the youngest of two children. We were raised by God-fearing parents. We were Roman Catholic and each night we prayed the rosary and recited the Angelus. From my father, I learned to trust God in...

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