Life

Passing of the Torch

by Richard Gammill on 06/01/2018Dr. Jim Radcliffe served 33 years as a surgeon at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG). When he spoke in churches during his home assignment tours in the United...

The Hug that Changed a Life

by Kiran Thomas on 05/07/2018After completing her BA and martial arts training in 2015, Ranjita began to give martial arts classes for the girls in nearby hostels and schools. Life was settled in routines, until one day...

Maniram's Story

by Pastor Rajiv on 04/11/2018In a small village in central India, Maniram spent every day learning how to earn a living as a witch doctor.  One day he and his wife, Babita, visited Mithun, the son of a witch doctor, in the...

Mission Briefing: Comity or Collaboration?

by Howard Culbertson on 04/10/2018 In the 1800s, several Protestant denominations entered into comity agreements with each other regarding global missionary efforts. These agreements called for each denomination to confine its...
Religious materials for discipleship and pastoral education can be difficult to come by in parts of Africa. This is particularly true in areas where Christianity is not a major religion. When even owning a page of the Bible is illegal — punishable by prison time — finding a commentary is nearly impossible.

The Librarian

by By Rev. LMA on 04/09/2018Religious materials for discipleship and pastoral education can be difficult to come by in parts of Africa. This is particularly true in areas where Christianity is not a major religion. When even...

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