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Praying for Gospel Waves in the Pacific

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Sometimes praying for the gospel to advance means praying for the gospel to re-advance. The Word is preached, the church grows. Satan assaults and sin deceives. “And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light” (2 Cor. 11:14, ESV). But there is a larger perspective. As the church historian, Kenneth Scott Latourette once observed, when view...

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Jesus' Joy

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Perhaps you’ve heard of the phrase “Gross Domestic Product” or GDP. It’s the marker economists use to measure the health of the economy–how many dollars worth of goods and services did the country produce over the span of a year? More dollars, higher GDP, healthier economy. But how about GNH, “Gross National Happiness?” How do you...

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Why Pray For People I’ll Never See?

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“URGENT PRAYER REQUEST!” How many emails have you received with that kind of subject line? The request might genuinely be urgent…but equally as often it’s not. And in a digital, 24-7 headlines, always-connected world the number of “urgent prayer requests” can multiply at a soul-numbing rate. Is it possible to process, let alone meaningf...

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Every Tribe, Tongue and Nation: The Yazidi People

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Headlines matter. They orient us to events taking place around us, and we rightly give attention to them. But there’s a problem with headlines. They can give information…and hide people. Real, thinking, breathing, lie-awake-at-night, kiss-their-kids-good-morning people. Even when headlines and journalists try to take us beyond the facts to meet the people, the...

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Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation: The Kinnaura People

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Winter comes early at 20,000 feet above sea level. Spring, summer, and fall jostle one another to fit into a cramped six-month span, but for the remaining half of the year, October through May, ice and snow are lord in the Himalayas. Welcome to the Kinnaur district of northern India: population 66,000, average snowfall 12 feet per year. Ecotourists and adventurers visit t...

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Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation: The Isaan Thai

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In Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation, a new monthly series, we meet one unreached people group from somewhere around the world. Unreached people groups have no access to the gospel, people who live in a culture with less than 2% of the population confessing Christ as Lord and Savior. Yet Jesus will be worshipped by people from every tribe, tongue, and nation (Rev. 5:9). This...

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