Mission Stories & News

The Labors of Mrs. Langhu

The people of northeast India had given me more with their simple kindnesses than I could ever have given them as a volunteer schoolteacher.
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What Does it Take?

Being willing and adjusting – are the two most desirable qualities in a volunteer. Those who develop these qualities make wonderful, successful volunteers. I am often asked what it takes to serve as a volunteer and this is my typical answer – be willing and flexible.
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Christianity Brings Sanity

When a Muslim converts to Christianity, the family totally rejects that person; in fact, the person is usually declared to be dead. Therefore, any one who kills the person who has converted to Christianity is acclaimed by other Muslims.
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Global Mission Organizer Dies

Charles Taylor, one of the earlier organizers of Global Mission, dies at 92-years old in Tennessee.
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First Impressions

Maxwell is a bit of a ways away from Nairobi. It used to be a game park. Some time ago, it was possible to feed giraffes at maybe the same place that my room is located now.
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Life is a Ministry

Have you ever felt like you are exactly where God wants you to be? That is how I feel right now. I wake up each day with that blessed assurance. It is amazing how everything in life is a ministry.
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Christ's Method in Manhattan

To connect with people in Manhattan, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has established a center of influence called Life Hope Center Bryant Park.

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Global Mission After 20 Years

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