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Kevin & Beth White, missionaries to Bolivia

In August, the Bolivian government finally lifted many social restrictions and curfews, allowing churches to hold services in person. Kevin & Beth White have seen growth in all 3 of

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Kidnappings in Haiti

Haiti has recently been mired in political instability, widespread gang violence, a presidential assassination, and an increase in kidnappings. Last weekend, 17 American and Canadian children and missionaries with Christian

Europe

EU’s Disapproval of Poland

In a recent Polish constitutional court case, it was ruled that the country’s constitutional law superseded the law of the European Union’s Court of Justice in certain cases. This decision

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Honduras on Fire

Recently, a massive fire burned for 14 hours on Guanaja Island in Honduras. Thankfully, no lives were lost, though over 100 people were injured, 90 homes were destroyed, and nearly half

Europe

Population Decrease in Finland

Finland’s birth rates have been declining over the past few years resulting in statisticians reporting that by 2034, the population will begin to decline. A Covid-19 baby boom recently occurred,

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Worst Gang-Related Violence in Ecuador

Ecuador is dealing with its worst case of gang-related violence in history. In the last week of September, fighting broke out among the inmates in prison in Guayaquil. It took

Europe

Cultural Changes Highlight Gospel Need

In the end of September, citizens of Switzerland voted to legalize same-sex marriage. While still illegal in most of eastern Europe, Switzerland was one of the last western European countries

Latin America

Venezuela’s Repressive Judiciary System

A United Nations fact-finding mission recently concluded that Venezuela’s justice system repressed opponents of the government. The judiciary lacked independence & impartiality, frequently received orders from the Maduro government on

Europe

Spiritual Growth > Physical Growth

According to Dutch statisticians who have conducted recent studies, the men and women of the Netherlands remain the tallest in the world. The Dutch have held that distinction for the

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Tracy Paver, missionary to Chile

Tracy Paver is waiting for Chile’s borders to open up so that she can submit the necessary paperwork to apply for a residency visa. Provided there is no spike in

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Uncertainty in Chilean Elections

In 2 months, Chile will hold presidential elections. Currently, 3 candidates are leading the pack, with the leftist presidential hopeful slightly edging out the rest. However, over 50% of Chileans

Europe

Will Environmental Reform Save Spain?

On September 1, the residents of the town of Alcanar, Spain, survived intensive flash flooding that swept cars away and tossed quite a few of them into the Mediterranean surf.

Latin America

Josh & Allie Miller, missionaries to Peru

Josh & Allie Miller have over 80% of their needed support and will leave for Peru in 3.5 months! They just welcomed their third child, Corban, on August 13. He and

Latin America

Nicaragua Orders Arrests

Since June, President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua has detained and placed presidential hopefuls, union leaders, and newspaper editors under house arrest. He has recently called for the arrest of an

Europe

Moldova in Need of Spiritual Freedom

On August 27, 1991, Moldova declared its independence from the Soviet Union. On the anniversary, the citizens celebrated thirty years of freedom in the capital of Chisinau. Moldovan president, Maia

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Mitch & Jacqulyn McCormack, missionaries to Peru

Mitch and Jacqulyn McCormack are over halfway done with language school! They are in Book 3 and continuing to plod along faithfully. Mitch has also been able to work with several young

Europe

Latvia’s Need: More than Medical Freedom

In the Latvian capital of Riga, thousands of citizens have protested the issue of mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations. The government intends to make vaccinations mandatory for many professionals, and is strongly

Latin America

The Loan from the Virgin of Urkupiña

By Courtney Mathos, missionary to Bolivia & Tracy Paver, missionary to Chile During the third week of August, Bolivians celebrate the Festival of the Virgin of Urkupiña. Like most Bolivian

Europe

Who Will Go To The 1.9 Million of Kosovo?

In the heart of the Balkans in southeast Europe is a small place called Kosovo. Most people around the world know of Kosovo because of the 1998-1999 Kosov War when

Latin America

Courtney Mathos, missionary to Bolivia

Courtney Mathos is almost at 50% of her needed support and is planning to leave for Bolivia in the Spring of 2022! Much of her meetings have been in the South

Latin America

God Is Sending Afghans To Us

On August 15, Colombia and over 100 US-allied nations signed a statement expressing their willingness to help the Afghan people. To that end, the U.S. is finalizing an agreement that

Latin America

Chestley Howell, missionary to Colombia

Chestley Howell has purchased tickets to leave for Medellin, Colombia, on December 14, 2021!! The Lord has blessed and provided him with over 50% of his support. Please pray that Chestley

Europe

Greek Wildfire Tragedy

The summer of 2021 has brought a severe heatwave to Greece unlike any seen in 30 years. Temperatures reached a blazing 113°F (45°C), causing wildfires to erupt all over the

Latin America

Patrick & Leslie Henry, missionaries to Argentina

After almost 17 months of lockdowns and restrictions, Argentina is slowly returning to normal. On June 27th, missionaries Patrick and Leslie Henry were able to hold in-person services again at Victory

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