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By Nepal Communications Team on Oct 1 2014

Pastor Rajendra, of western Nepal, spends a lot of time walking. He walks three to four hours to reach his local church every week. And he walks 11 hours one way to his Bible college classes, to further prepare him for leading his church.

By Howard Culbertson on Sep 25 2014

The enormity of what God has called His people to do can paralyze us into inaction or else send us running “in all directions at once.” It requires thinking and acting strategically.

By Dorli Gschwandtner on Sep 24 2014

The elderly people at a home in Etropole, Bulgaria, look forward to the weekly visits of Zhaneta Georgieva, a church planter, who assists the lone caregiver on shift while sharing Christ's love.

By Alexander Zelenskiy and Gina Pottenger on Sep 19 2014

Vladimir Kovalev was called from alcoholism to sobriety and a joyful belief in Christ Jesus. Eventually, God led the district to send him as their own missionary to a small town.

By Gina Grate Pottenger on Sep 17 2014

En Montana, la cuna del comunismo en Bulgaria, en el hogar del primer alcalde comunista del país, se reúne una iglesia nazarena. Ellos compraron el edificio con fondos de alabrastro, y es desde allí que ministran a la comunidad.

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