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A major earthquake measuring 7 magnitude on the Richter scale hit Haiti Tuesday evening at 5:53 EST. The initial quake lasted about a minute, followed by strong 5.9 and 5.5 aftershocks. The epicenter of Haiti’s earthquake was six miles west of Carrefour, just outside the capital city of Port-au-Prince.

Clean the WorldAcquiring soap and sanitary water was already a daily struggle for many of the 9 million Haitians living on an average of less than $2 a day in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

At a church planting conference in Argentina called Each One Win One, a preacher asked the crowd, "Who is ready to commit their lives to Jesus? Who is ready to say 'Yes' and obey God's call?"

Susana Irigoitia went to the altar saying, "Lord, I render my life to you.  I want to serve you."

http://old.engagemagazine.com/MissionMagazine/files/77/772e54ad-56e5-4451-afd6-631f357e93ff_380_247.jpg?height=247Each fall, hundreds of thousands of university students converge on campuses all around us.  Many of these universities open their arms to students from around the world.  The same is true for at the University of Oklahoma. 

Love LinkDuring Sara Powell’s senior year of high school, her district youth camp visited an inner-city church. As the teens shared a worship service with the church members, she heard God’s call.

Delaware, U.S. -- For her 9th birthday in October, Briana Taylor did something radically different than most U.S. kids would even consider on a day that is traditionally celebrated with birthday cake and gifts.

When the Greve Frikirke Church of the Nazarene, located in Greve, Denmark, sought to restart their youth group, they also examined their overall mindset of youth ministry. They saw great potential for a community home in a building that is lovingly referred to as, ‘The White House’, because, well, the house is painted white.

Puerto Maldonado, Peru -- There we stood, a group of Americans and Peruvians, hot and sweaty after a hike through the middle of the Amazon jungle, coming face to face with a group of men holding machetes.


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