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What an amazing month! Since our last letter, the Lord has provided $121,060 more toward the purchase of the land for the Center for World Evangelism. $105,000 of that was given through a special Share-a-thon at the start of May. We now have $506,061 of the $640,000 we need to raise by July 31st. Thank you so...
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For the past several years, a small number of states of Cameroon have been waging a civil war against their government. Christian Post recently reported that the government admitted that Cameroonian soldiers killed multiple innocent women and children in a raid against the rebels. More than 3,000 people have already been killed in this conflict,...
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According to an article by breitbart.com prisoners in Indonesia are being released early because of the coronavirus. The article mentions that adult prisoners that have served 2/3 of their term are eligible to be released early. Indonesia’s jails have regularly been filled to more than double their capacity. Now with fear that the coronavirus could...
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Guayaquil is a southern coastal city in Ecuador. It has a population of about 3 million people and has been hit especially hard by the Coronavirus. I know that this virus has and is causing many problems around the world, but I would like to share with you about the especially needed city of Guayaquil...
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Nigeria Referred to as the “Giant of Africa,” Nigeria is located in western Africa and is the most populous country in Africa with 186,000,000 people. This country is growing at an outrageous speed and is expected to more than double its population in the next 34 years. By 2050, Nigeria is projected to have a...
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  (Pgs. 152-154) January 1, 1861 The first of January 1861 was a New Year’s Day ever to be remembered.  Mr. And Mrs. Johnston, Abraham and I, had spent nearly the whole time in a kind of solemn, yet happy festival.  Anew in a holy covenant before God, we unitedly consecrated our lives and our...
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On this day in 1832, Melville Cox, the first missionary sent out by the American methodist, set sail for Liberia aboard the Jupiter. For seven years, the money to send a missionary to Liberia lay unused. The mission committee could find no one willing to take the risk.  They could find no one, that is, until Melville...
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