Month: April 2014

Apr 30

Fishing Of Men With 21st Century ‘Nets’

“While walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon (who is called Peter) and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen. And he said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.”Immediately they left their nets and followed him…” Matthew 4: 18-20 […]

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Apr 28

World Watch List Challenge – #16 Central African Republic

An Open Doors co-worker shared about a moving experience during a recent trip to CAR: On Sunday, I was invited to preach at the Evangelical Church of the Cooperation in Mbanza-Hoto neighborhood. When we arrived at the church, we were welcomed by the lay-pastor who is also a medical doctor. He treats women who have […]

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Apr 21

World Watch List Challenge – #15 Uzbekistan

The authorities in Uzbekistan have tried to intimidate and discourage Christians from meeting together. Christians are fined for holding “illegal” church services. In order to hold a church service, it is necessary to have permission from the government. Many churches have been waiting for years for a permit, but in the last ten years, no […]

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Apr 18

Core Value: Being There

Have you ever wondered why the immeasurable things in life are the very things that mean the most to you? The special moments that fill the years. The friend showing up and listening during the hard times. The love shared between two souls. These are all things that we cannot measure with inches, miles or […]

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Apr 16

What Happened In Egypt After 200 Christian Buildings Were Destroyed…

Last August, many of you partnered with us to support Egyptian Christians who had their homes, churches and other buildings destroyed in a series of anti-Christian attacks. Because of your help, we were able to help many of these Christians rebuild their lives. But there is even more good news! Egyptian Christians are seeing thousands […]

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